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  • Stocks recover in a roller-coaster week

    KARACHI: Pakistan stock market took investors on a roller coaster ride in the outgoing week and after dramatic twists and turns, the KSE-100 index finally closed the week almost flat with a slight drop of 41 points but above the 41,000 levels at 41,064 points...

    Average daily traded volumes for the outgoing week receded by 12...

  • Stocks end flat after a roller-coaster ride

    The index took investors on a roller-coaster ride making intraday high by 102 points and low of 183 points...

    For the third day in a row, K-Electric grabbed the spotlight with trading in 26m shares which accounted for a quarter of the entire day’s turnover of 106m shares...

  • Markets on roller-coaster ride after China rate cut

    2pc on new US data showing that orders for durable goods rose a solid 2pc in July...

    ‘Market roller coaster continues’China’s central bank on Tuesday reduced interest rates and slashed the amount of money banks need to hold in reserve — its second such tandem move in two months — in a bid to stoke growth...

  • Stocks ride a roller coaster on political uncertainty

    KARACHI: Stocks staged another roller-coaster session on the last trading day of the week, with the benchmark KSE-100 index taking a deep plunge of 449 points within the first 15 minutes of the opening bell as nervous investors started to jettison shares across the board...

    Major contribution to the downside in today’s session came from Pakistan Pet­roleum (PPL) which fell 1...

  • Pakistan raises issue of F-16 sale with visiting US commander

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday raised the unresolved issue of F-16 sale to Pakistan and expressed concern with the visiting commander of US Central Command (Centcom) General Joseph Votel...

    Secretary Defence Gen (r) Alam Khattak reiterated Pakistan’s need for the F-16 jets, and impressed upon the visiting Centcom commander the jet’s utility in the war against terror...

  • PPP to resist sale of Pakistan Steel Mills land

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peo­ples Party Senator Taj Haider on Friday said that he will resist the sale of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) land under the garb of clearing its liabilities...

    “I will set up a protest camp there and not allow the sale of land this way,” he said during a meeting of Senate Standing Com­m­ittee on Industries which was discussing issues related to PSM including nonpayment of gratuity and provident fund to 3,500...

  • Pakistan Steel for sale again

    PAKISTAN Steel Mills, the country’s largest industrial complex, is again on the priority list for privatisation, with the transaction scheduled to be finalised by the end of December...

    The previous attempt to sell Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) by then-Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz to a Saudi-led consortium for Rs21...

  • Pakistan to start ‘soft-marketing’ state airline sale in June

    LONDON: The government will begin the marketing process next month to sell a 49 per cent stake in Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and plans to list shares in several power utility firms this year, privatisation minister Mohammad Zubair said on Monday...

    “We have to understand the market, and what the market is looking for,” he added...

  • 'Disappointed' India summons US ambassador over sale of F-16s to Pakistan

    NEW DELHI: A 'disappointed' India summoned on Saturday United States envoy in New Delhi, Richard Verma, over Obama administration's decision to sell eight Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, along with training, radar and other equipment, a deal worth $699 million...

    "We are disappointed at the decision of the Obama Administration to notify the sale of F-16 aircraft to Pakistan," Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesman...

  • Pakistan 'surprised' over Indian reaction to US F-16 sale

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Sunday expressed 'surprise' at the Indian government's disappointment over the United States' decision to sell eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan...

    A 'disappointed' India on Saturday summoned the US envoy in New Delhi, Richard Verma, to 'convey its displeasure' regarding the Obama administration's decision to notify the sale of the aircraft to Pakistan...

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