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This Week

Forex

Forex Weekly Updates

GBP/USD WEEKLY OVERVIEW Pound surged up on Tuesday due to strong unexpected UK manufacturing data erupted as a result Pound rose against Dollar to a 3 year peak in April. It traded up 0.3% at $ 1.2922, less than a …

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World Stock Markets

World Stock Markets updates

US STOCKS DECLINE AS APRIL RETAIL SALES MISS EXPECTATIONS Wall Street stocks dipped in early trade Friday following disappointing US retail sales data for April and weak earnings from leading department store chains. US retail sales rose 0.4 percent last …

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Stock market at a glance

Stock market at a glance

MARKET REVIEW The week started off on a bullish note with the index gaining 2.2% on the first trading session of the week as MSCI euphoria started building up. However, the excitement subsided a little and the index closed the …

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Stock Watch

Stock Watch

MSCI EUPHORIA TOSSES INDEX ON A RECORD BREAKING STREAK SUMMARY During the week the stock market remained bullish throughout the all five sessions of the week and continued taking new high with each day gathering 1,899.78 points to close the …

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Stock Review

Stock Review

PSX BENCHMARK KSE-100 MAKES HISTORY; RALLY IN OIL PRICES TRIGGERS OIL BASED STOCKS KSE 100 Index which made a history by rising above 51,700 points level at the end of the week is well poised to achieve new highs in …

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Leadership & Business Wisdom

Leadership & Business Wisdom

MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IT CAN BE SAID THAT THERE ARE NO “UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES.” THERE ARE ONLY “UNDER MANAGED” ONES. Management creates economic and social development. Economic and social development is the result of management. It can be said, without …

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Consumer financing in Bangladesh and India

BANGLADESH Limits to credit-card and personal loans under consumer financing almost doubled to match rises in people’s purchasing power. Bangladesh Bank (BB), country’s central bank, revised the limits after 13 years considering per-capita income. The consumer-product market in Bangladesh has …

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