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Market Indicator

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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World Stock Markets

World Stock Markets updates

US stocks rise; S&P, Nasdaq post best weeks in 7 years Wall Street rose on Friday as investors hoped for progress on trade in a critical US-China meeting over the weekend, and the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq posted their …

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Stock market at a glance

Stock market at a glance

Market Review During the outgoing roll-over week, the benchmark index witnessed multiple negative sessions and closed in red at 40,496pts, a decline of 0.9%WoW. We accredit today’s negative session to another round of currency depreciation where PKR made an intraday …

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Stock Watch

Stock Watch

Lack of economic plans in 100 days of new govt keep stocks bearish Summary The KSE-100 Index failed to move up as the new PTI government completes its 100 days in office this week. The PTI government came into power …

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Stock Review

Stock Review

Bears rule and market will be range-bound on ambiguity of external funding The benchmark index of Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) lost another 373 points during the week ended 30th November 2018 to close at 40,496, down 0.91%WoW. Lack of clarity …

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Leadership & Business Wisdom

Leadership & Business Wisdom

Unrealized Business Potential “Opportunity is where you find it,” not where it finds you. Luck, chance and catastrophe affect business as they do all human endeavors. But luck never built a business. Prosperity and growth come only to the business …

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Ever looming balance of payment crisis in Pakistan

Ever looming balance of payment crisis in Pakistan

Faced with an immediate balance of payment (BoP) crisis, the incumbent government headed by Imran Khan is working on a multi-pronged strategy, simultaneously approaching both friendly countries and International Monetary Fund (IMF) for BoP support. While initially sparking a wave …

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