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Soaring FDI in Pakistan

Soaring FDI in Pakistan

Researchers say that the economic performance and economic growth of a country is influenced through multiple factors. For economies in general and developing economies in particular, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been believed and argued as a significant determinant, basically …

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Global Stock Exchanges

World Stock Markets updates

Pakistan stocks retreat on global tensions After a phenomenal rally in the preceding session, the KSE-100 Index finished the last trading day of the week on a negative note amid global equity sell off following uncertainty over outcome of US …

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Stock Watch

Stock Watch

New year starts on promising note as PSX index gains 3.6%wow Summary Pakistan Stock Exchange which in the last two weeks of last year December 2019 closed in depressing mode but started with a bang in year 2020 with a …

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Stock Review

Stock Review

Stocks get off to a lively start in 2020; geopolitical concerns, SBP decision may dominate Meeting the New Year on an exuberant note, with market expectations of economic stability crystallizing, the benchmark index of Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) closed at …

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Economic Review 2019

Economic Review 2019

Pakistan’s economy in 2019 faced many challenges like trade, current account and budget deficits, increase in electricity and gas prices, high inflation and political situation of the country. Trade deficit is continuously increasing; government is trying to control this as …

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Snapshots of key economic developments in fy19

Snapshots of key economic developments in fy19

The economy of Pakistan experienced adjustments during fiscal year 2019, which includes — the exchange rate was realigned with the market fundamentals; interest rates were sharply increased; Public Sector Development Expenditure was significantly curtailed and energy prices were raised. These …

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Jinnah & Rafi Butt

Jinnah & Rafi Butt

“Every Political Struggle has economic roots- Universal principles of Scarcity of Resources and struggle for Economic Interests govern the outcome of Conflicts” Adam Smith Research is creating new knowledge by seeing what everyone else has seen but deducing results and …

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