Friday, May 26, 2017

Bourse in red ahead of Fed. Budget: KSE-100 lost 0.01 percent

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: Due to trepidation vis-à-vis the federal Budget, scheduled to be announced tomorrow, the stock exchange remained inactive today. Bench mark KSE-100 index lost 0.01 percent (7.45

Home grown industries to help lift Pakistan’s economy by 2019: Dar

ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said that the size of the country’s economy would surpass that of Canada, Italy, and South Korea by 2050. He was addressing a ceremony after launching the Economic

Karachi to get Rs25b in the upcoming budget

KARACHI: In order to complete the ongoing development projects, the federal government has proposed roughly Rs 25billion for the metropolis in the next budget. According to a report, the amount will

KSE-100 index gains 729.49 points on the second last day of a bullish week!

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI:  The bourse remained in the green on the second last day of trading week as Benchmark KSE-100 index gained 729.49 points today.   Of the companies that traded, stocks of 17

CPEC may create more tension between India and Pakistan: UN report

NEW YORK: A report has suggested that that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) may further ignite India-Pakistan tensions. The report titled ‘The Belt and Road Initiative and the Role of Escap’

Bulls roamed in the Pakistan Stock Exchange

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: Bulls roamed unbridled all over the Stock Exchange that gained 1.51 % on the second day of the week. With an increase of 773.46 points bourse closed at 52,146. Out of 415 companies,

Trump’s budget proposals to affect Pakistan adversely?

M. M. ALAM WASHINGTON: Trump’s budget could affect Pakistan, Colombia, Lebanon, Philippines, Tunisia, Ukraine and Vietnam adversely. In the next budget, Trump administration would convert military

Bourse closes in the green with over 51,373 points

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: With focus on stocks of commercial banking the bulls raged over the bourse on Monday (22nd of May) : KSE-100 index appreciated 1.24% and session ended at 51,373.51 points. Rs.

KP Govt and FWO sign $ 11b CPEC-related mega projects

SANA MAHMOOD PESHAWAR: Chief Minister of KP, addressing a Presser here today, has informed that the Provincial Govt. has signed $11 billion worth of agreements with FWO on four CPEC-related mega projects. CM

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