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Market Indicators

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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Govt to bring in 5G in 2019

Govt to bring in 5G in 2019

In the ongoing technological era, every state in the globe is trying to keep focusing, improving and making advancement in gaining trillions of dollars Information Technology (IT) market share. The studies believe that developed countries are now engaged in a …

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Global Stock Exchanges

World Stock Markets updates

US stocks climb US stocks surged over 2.5 percent on Friday, boosted by a robust US jobs report, plans for fresh Sino-US trade talks and as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell pledged patience and sensitivity to risks in the markets. …

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Stock market at a glance

Stock market at a glance

Market Review Benchmark index remained volatile throughout the week where the index closed at 37,547pts, exhibiting an increase of 1%WoW. This was mainly led by the activity on Tuesday where newsflow related to China’s financial package worth USD2.0bn alleviated concerns …

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Stock Watch

Stock Watch

PSX kicks off 2019 on a positive note as index gains 1% wow Summary The working of Pakistan Stock Exchange was pathetic during 2018. KSE-100 Index dropped by 8.4% or 3404 points during the year. Average trading volume declined to …

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Stock Review

Stock Review

New year triggers investors’ interest as index climbs on report of China, Saudi Arabia lending Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) started the first week of 2019 on a positive note. The benchmark 100 Index posted a gain of 481 points (up …

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Challenges of 2019

Challenges of 2019

Pakistan’s economy in 2018 faced many challenges like trade, current account and budget deficits, high inflation, depletion in foreign currency reserves, depreciation of Pakistan rupee against US dollar and political situation of the country. The trade deficit is continuously increasing; …

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