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Second mini-budget positive for capital markets growth

Second mini-budget positive for capital markets growth

The recent positivity in stock markets came after the government announced the second supplementary budget withdrawing critical taxes on capital markets, lifting the ban on purchase of vehicles by non-filers of income tax returns and facilitating industry, agriculture and small …

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Bright prospects for economy, capital market of Pakistan

Bright prospects for economy, capital market of Pakistan

Interview with Syed Farhan Karim — Vice President, Capital Market Arif Habib Limited PAGE: How would you comment on the impact of the recent mini-budget/economic package on the capital market? Syed Farhan Karim: I see the recent economic package as having …

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Pakistan’s Capital Markets (Facts & Figures)

Home Remittances / The Role of exchange companies in Pakistan economy (Facts & Figures)

Debt Capital Markets In Pakistan S.No Type of Security No. of Issues Amount(Rs billion) i. Listed TFC 1 7.00 ii. Privately Placed Term Finance Certificates 5 13.7 iii. Privately Placed Sukuk 7 23.53 iv. Privately Placed Commercial Papers 4 4.42 …

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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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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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Capital Market & Mutual Funds (facts & Figures)

Home Remittances / The Role of exchange companies in Pakistan economy (Facts & Figures)

Mutual Funds Industry Of Pakistan (May 31, 2018) Open Ended Fund PKR 571,937 million Total assets as at May 2018 7.59 % Return on Aggressive Fixed Income Highest return for the month of May 2018 PKR 138,683 million Highest assets …

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Capital Market Investors With Or Without Confidence?

CAPITAL MARKET INVESTORS WITH OR WITHOUT CONFIDENCE-1

It may or may not be true that the sentiments are the reasons for the performance of Pakistan Stock Exchange. Well, markets need to be driven by fundamentals not by sentiments. A poor or hasty decision about a certain sector …

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Budget’s view at Capital Markets

Budget’s view at Capital Markets

Over a thousand points decline in KSE-100 index suggests that the Budget has failed to fetch the interest of Investor in the Capital Market. While political uncertainly and gruesome turmoil is keeping Investors away from the Market, the Shareholder of …

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