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Google glitch depicts incorrect Pakistani rupee value against US dollar

KARACHI: During an undetected technical glitch for few hours, the “Google” currency converter on Wednesday depicted an extraordinary appreciation of Pakistani rupee against the US dollar and other world currencies.

The fault was highlighted when people began posting screenshots of the google glitch which displayed the Pakistani currency conversion rate to one US dollar to be Rs 76 instead of Rs 139. Dollar rupee currency google

The Google converter also displayed the price of one Euro equal to Rs 87.02 and price of one British Pound equal to Rs 98.15 whereas the current price of one pound is Rs 180 and one euro is Rs 160.50.

However, the glitch was fixed by the online giant search engine after the news went viral.

It is pertinent to note that the Google disclaimer states that, “Google cannot guarantee the accuracy of the exchange rates displayed. You should confirm current rates before making any transactions that could be affected by changes in the exchange rates.”

People took to social media to express surprise and inquire reasons pertaining to the currency surge overnight.

The correct value of Pak rupee against dollar was later restored on the converter.



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