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World Stock Markets

World Stock Markets updates

Pakistan’s stocks index sheds over 400 points The KSE-100 Index continued to lose ground for the third consecutive day on Friday as political noise and dearth of positive triggers dented investor sentiments. The bourse dropped over 400 points during the …

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Stock market at a glance

Stock market at a glance

Market Review The benchmark index witnessed negative sessions throughout the week where KSE100 declined to 41,266pts posting a decrease of 1.4%WoW on the back of PM’s approval to increase gas price by 46% and deteriorating macroeconomic indicators. During the week, …

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Stock Review

Stock Review

Index keep falling; upcoming policy decisions may snare bulls With a modest recovery in the first couple of days, the benchmark Index of Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX), lost most of the gains posted recently. The week ended 7th September closed …

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Leadership & Business Wisdom

Leadership & Business Wisdom

Balancing Three Corporate Dimensions Shareholder sovereignty is bound to flounder. It is a fair-weather model. An important task for top management in the next society’s corporation will be to balance the three dimensions of the corporation: as an economic organization, …

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Reinvigorating capital market of Pakistan

Reinvigorating capital market of Pakistan

The newly installed government in Pakistan faces a mammoth task of reinvigorating capital market of the country. This should be among the top five most important items of the economic agenda. The fiscal consolidation requires some other unpopular measures that …

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PSX’s Narrow Market Syndrome

PSX’s Narrow Market Syndrome

Narrow Market Syndrome is a situation where few stocks, few intermediaries, and few Investors/Shareholders drive the major chunk of business. Evaporated Volumes, wider-spreads and vanished liquidity are the abetting conduits which deny exits and restrict entry to the very few …

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National fund for Pakistan and likely partaking

National fund for Pakistan and likely partaking

The continuing economic downturn in Pakistan with a debt servicing projections at $31.3 billion until 2022-23 calls for immediate measures. Inevitable steps are required about dwindling exports, burgeoning imports, ballooning twin deficits and exceeding debt liabilities. The Finance Minister divulged …

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