Pakistan's rupee had its most exceedingly terrible month starting around 1989 in the midst of a dollar lack and worry over a defer in an International Monetary Fund bailout program.

The cash fell over 14% against the dollar in July, finishing Friday's exchanging at 239 for every greenback, the greatest month to month slide since Bloomberg began aggregating information in 1989. It's among the most awful money decliners worldwide for the month.


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