Google’s online exchange rate converter experienced glitches Tuesday night as it showed incorrect values of various currencies against the Pakistani rupee.
Google’s online currency converter on Tuesday (Jan 15) showed miscalculations citing incorrect values of various currencies including US dollar, euro, the United Arab Emirates (UAE/Emirati) dirham, and the Saudi riyal, against the Pakistani rupees. However, the data was proved incorrect by Bloomberg, which, on its portal, indicated that the values of the US dollar, euro, and the Emirati dirham in terms of the Pakistani rupee were Rs139.38, Rs159.04, Rs37.95, and Rs37.16, respectively. The glitch has since been fixed.
Not only the dollar, it showed that the Pakistani rupee has remarkably appreciated against pound, euro, riyal and other currencies with one Euro equal to Rs 87.02, British Pound equal to Rs 98.15 and Saudi Riyal equal to Rs 20.33.
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17 November, 2019