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Brief review of banking sector in Pakistan

Performance review of the banking sector

Well-organized liquidity management must be the primary focus of any state’s banking sector; however, this has gained presently more importance in Pakistani banking sector. Pakistan’s economists have predicted that further Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) …

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Banking in Pakistan (Facts & Figures)

PAGE Annual 2018 (facts & Figures)

CREDIT/LOANS CLASSIFIED BY BORROWERS *(Million Rupees) Description 15-Jun 16-May 16-Jun May-17P 1. Credit to Government Sector (A+B) 7265070.09 7885069.559 8109480.9 8882141.539 A. SBP Credit to Government Sector (Net) 1987950.397 1586876.265 1454172.5 2320920.118 B. Scheduled Banks Credit to Government Sector (Net) …

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Interest Rates

Interest Rates

An interest rate is the cost of borrowing money, or conversely, the income earned from lending money. Interest rates are expressed as percentage of the principal per period. “Reduced interest rates encourage people to spend money on home improvements”

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Interest Rates

Interest Rates

An interest rate is the cost of borrowing money, or conversely, the income earned from lending money. Interest rates are expressed as percentage of the principal per period. “Reduced interest rates encourage people to spend money on home improvements”   …

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Interest Rates

Interest Rates

An interest rate is the cost of borrowing money, or conversely, the income earned from lending money. Interest rates are expressed as percentage of the principal per period. “Reduced interest rates encourage people to spend money on home improvements”   …

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Interest Rates

Interest Rates

An interest rate is the cost of borrowing money, or conversely, the income earned from lending money. Interest rates are expressed as percentage of the principal per period. “Reduced interest rates encourage people to spend money on home improvements”   …

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