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Capital market achievements in five years

Capital market achievements in five years

The Ministry of Finance Government of Pakistan mentioned in a statement that in past few years government has recorded significant developments and reforms for capital market and corporate sector of the country. The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), …

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PSX: Sectoral analysis

PSX: Sectoral analysis

The economists have recorded that Pakistan has entered a new era of equity trading; however, performance of Pakistan’s capital market will depend on local and global economic scenario in the future. During FY 2018, the performance of stock markets showed …

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Pakistan capital market outlook

Pakistan capital market outlook

Pakistan capital market is likely to remain volatile and reactive to the news flows. Exchange rate parity will be the key driver, any bout of currency depreciation, either under the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program or otherwise, may result in …

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PSX – Knock-back at MSCI

PSX-knocks back at MSCI

MSCI downgraded and relocated four Pakistani Stocks from its Index Series. The Stocks of MLCF and HONDA CAR were removed while LUCK and UBL were DOWNGRADED by-one NOTCH. Bloomberg carried out a special report and explained the circumstances which may …

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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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