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Pakistan sees a slight fall in imports

Pakistan sees a slight fall in imports

The Ministry of Finance statistics showed that Pakistan’s imports are mostly concentrated in a few markets. The country’s imports from states like China, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Indonesia constitutes greater than 50 percent of the total imports. During fiscal year …

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Market Indicators

Market Indicators

Market indicators are a series of technical indicators used by traders to predict the direction of the major financial indexes. Most market indicators are created by analyzing the number of companies that have reached new highs relative to the number …

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Capital market achievements in five years

Capital market achievements in five years

The Ministry of Finance Government of Pakistan mentioned in a statement that in past few years government has recorded significant developments and reforms for capital market and corporate sector of the country. The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), …

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PSX: Sectoral analysis

PSX: Sectoral analysis

The economists have recorded that Pakistan has entered a new era of equity trading; however, performance of Pakistan’s capital market will depend on local and global economic scenario in the future. During FY 2018, the performance of stock markets showed …

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Market Indicators

Market Indicators

Market indicators are a series of technical indicators used by traders to predict the direction of the major financial indexes. Most market indicators are created by analyzing the number of companies that have reached new highs relative to the number …

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Review of renewable and nuclear energy

Review of renewable and nuclear energy

Internationally, major share of energy demand is contributed by the emerging economies, which are rising at a high rate and undergoing drastic demographic alters. The Finance Ministry of Pakistan recorded that in the developed states, the rise in power demand …

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