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PSX on the road of supremacy

PSX’s Narrow Market Syndrome

Pakistan entered into a new era of equity trading from time to time development in its stock exchange, which is getting succession, ideally. Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) has been ranked 5th best-performing stock exchange with 43.05 percent gain last year …

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Forex

Forex Weekly Updates

PAKISTANI RUPEE MOVEMENT: Pak Rupees weakened during the week in inter-bank market as it opened on Monday at Rs.104.60/80 while it closed last Friday at Rs.104.85/105.00. This Friday it closed at Rs.104.60/80 In the open market, Pak Rupee was Rs.104.30/104.60 …

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World Stock Markets

World Stock Markets updates

DOW JONES STAYS ABOVE 20,000 US stocks were little changed on Thursday as investors paused following a two-day rally that pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average above the 20,000 mark, while the latest wave of earnings rolled in. Qualcomm weighed …

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Stock market at a glance

Stock market at a glance

MARKET REVIEW Index started the week on a positive note and crossed 50,000pts on several occasions, however it could not retain this level as profit taking pushed the index down to close the week below 50,000pts. KSE-100 closed the week …

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Stock Watch

Stock Watch

KSE-100 CREATES HISTORY BY CROSSING 50,000 PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIER SUMMARY The week ended saw two record breaking landmarks for PSX: 1) KSE-100 Index broke the psychological of 50,000 on Thursday to close at 50,192.36 and 2) The paid up capital of …

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Stock Review

Stock Review

CHINESE INVESTMENT TRIGGERS SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH IN PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET Chinese consortium to appoint its directors at the board of PSX soon The bench mark KSE-100 Index managed to post a new high and closed well above 50,000. The current formation …

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Growing commercialism in health and education

Growing commercialism in health and education

Truly speaking, schools and hospitals have now turned somewhat into firms and companies, which all the time remain engaged in improving their financial profile. What is actually missing is the ‘welfare’ from these welfare institutions. The growing commercialized trends in …

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