The rupee had closed at 92.14/19 on Monday, a record low at the time.—File Photo

KARACHI: The Pakistani rupee on Tuesday closed at a record low of 92.90/95, with sustained pressure on the currency because of increased import payments, especially for oil. The rupee had closed at 92.14/19 on Monday, a record low at the time.

Overnight rates in the interbank market rose to 11.50 per cent, from 10.75 per cent on Monday, because of decreased liquidity.

Updated May 29, 2012 01:30pm

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