Pakistan Rupee Slides to Record Low as Khan Faces Custody Ruling – Bloomberg

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Pakistan’s rupee slumped to a record low as clashes broke out in the country following a court order to extend former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s detention to more than a week.
The rupee slid 1.9% to close at an all-time low of 290.22 a dollar on Wednesday, according to State Bank of Pakistan data. Dollar bonds due 2031 fell to the lowest since November on Thursday and were indicated at 33.10 cents on the dollar.


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