KARACHI (Reuters) - The Pakistani rupee was traded at a record low on Tuesday because of high demand for dollars to pay for imports, especially oil, and dealer said they expected the currency to remain under pressure. The rupee was quoted closing at 84.65/70 to the dollar compared with Mondays close of 84.55/59. The highest trade for the rupee was made at 84.70, said a currency dealer in Karachi. That compared with the previous record low of 84.56 during trade on Monday. Dealers said they expected the rupee to ease to more than 85 to the dollar in coming days. Dealers said they expected pressure on the rupee to remain because international oil prices were hovering around $82 a barrel. In the money market, short-term money rates ended flat and dealers said they expected rates to hover around current levels as there were no scheduled inflows or outflows in coming days. Overnight call rates ended at 11.50 percent, unchanged from Mondays close. Dealers said there was an outflow of 15.7 billion rupees after the central bank conducted an open market operation and sold treasury bills at 11 percent in 4-day repo contracts. The next inflow is scheduled for Jan. 14 of 53b rupees and the next outflow is scheduled for Saturday of 120b rupees.