KARACHI: The Pak Rupee eased slightly against US dollar in early day trading on Wednesday despite demand for import and corporate payments.
The dollar is being traded at Rs139.40 in interbank foreign exchange market. The foreign currency market was ended at Rs139.39 a day earlier.
Currency experts said that the local currency was under pressure for the last few days due to the government affirmation for new loan negotiation with the IMF.
The experts said that value of the local unit might rebound with the inflows of financial assistance from friendly countries.