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This Week

World Stock Markets

World Stock Markets updates

KSE-100 powers past 41,000 with rise of 528 points In a positive turn of events, bullish sentiment prevailed at the stock market on Thursday as the index gained over 600 points in intra-day trading and ended the day in the …

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Stock market at a glance

Stock market at a glance

Market Review The benchmark index witnessed a volatile week where KSE100 decreased to 41,050pts, posting a marginal decline of 0.5%WoW. The market remained bearish on account of pending decisions regarding the gas and power tariff hikes. However, impressive recovery was …

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Stock Watch

Stock Watch

Stocks on see-saw trading, close week on bearish note Summary The economic decisions that kept on pouring throughout the week by the new government had impact on the stock exchange trading as investors were keenly looking for it: ECC urea …

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Stock Review

Stock Review

Market range-bound in hope of economic events; blue-chips in spotlight The benchmark index of Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) closed almost flat during the week ended 14th September 2018. Market remained range-bound in anticipation of the key economic measures to be …

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A game of hearts and minds

A game of hearts and minds

As a result of General Elections 2018, Imran Khan has become the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan. Following the polling verdicts, Khan appeared before the nation in his victory speech and then subsequently after his oath taking, addressed the nation …

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Multi-pronged strategy required to meet objectives

Multi-pronged strategy required to meet objectives

The newly installed government in Pakistan faces a number of mammoth tasks like foreign policy issues, weakening currency, booming population, maintaining momentum of GDP growth targets and continuous struggle with energy policy. In order to counter these challenges, the government …

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Why not sign another Pakistan-China FTA?

Why not sign another Pakistan-China FTA?

The first phase of 10-year Pakistan-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA) executed in 2007 failed in achieving the desired results because the Agreement did not take into account the ground realities. Therefore, at present, the exports of Pakistan to China stands …

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