Pakistani rupee bounces back against US dollar after hitting record low.

KARACHI -- After hitting a record low a day earlier, the Pakistani rupee bounced back against the US dollar in the interbank market, registering a gain of nearly Rs14 during the early hours of intra-day trading on Friday, media reported.

The Pakistan rupee was being traded at 285.75, registering an increase of Rs13.18.

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