KARACHI: The Pakistani rupee bounced back on Friday to gain Rs3.18 against the US dollar in intra-day trading after Supreme Court declared the NA deputy speaker ruling unconstitutional and restored National Assembly. According to foreign currency dealers, the US dollar is trading at Rs185 after depreciating Rs3.18 against the local currency in early trade. In the open market, the dollar is trading at over Rs186. The rupee had closed at Rs188.18 against the dollar in the interbank market on Thursday. Total liquid foreign #reserves held by the country stood at US$ 17.48 billion as of April 01, 2022. For details: https://t.co/WpSgomnd3v pic.twitter.com/qzwGVJOsLE — SBP (@StateBank_Pak) April 7, 2022 On the other hand, the benchmark KSE-100 index of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Friday reversed its bearish trend soon after its opening and surpassed the 44,000 mark, a day after the Supreme Court of Pakistan nullified the deputy speaker’s ruling against the no-confidence motion. The benchmark KSE-100 index gained 411 points as trading continued at 44, 198 in the PSX. The stock market is being under pressure since Monday when it fell like a house of cards and lost over 900 points amid the country’s current political crisis that erupted with the National Assembly deputy speaker deeming the no-confidence resolution against Prime Minister Imran Khan “unconstitutional”.