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  • Money Market: SBP injects Rs90bn into market

    LAST week, the State Bank of Pakistan conducted two open market operations and pumped a cumulative Rs90bn into the banking system...

    According to the weekly Statement of Affairs of the State Bank of Pakistan for the week ended Jan 29, 2016, currency notes in circulation decreased to Rs3,093...

  • Five things that ail the Pakistan stock market

    The celebrations of the best performing market in Asia are long since over for the Pakistan equity market which has been down in the dumps since May this year...

    After providing mouth-watering returns of 46 per cent in 2016, the market continued to rally until the KSE-100 index hit an intra-day high of 53,124 points on May 25...

  • Pakistan Stock Exchange becomes first self-listed stock market in South Asia

    The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Friday announced that it had became the first self-listed capital market in South Asia...

    Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Chairman Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq Hijazi in a statement read out over video link said he was proud of the PSX for acquiring the status of the first self-listed stock market in the region...

  • Pakistan losing yarn market to Vietnam

    After surrendering a significantly big part of international textile clothing market to its regional rivals, especially Bangladesh, since the abolition of quotas, Pakistan is now fast losing its cotton spun yarn markets to the much cheaper Vietnam...

    Pakistan’s cotton yarn exports, on the other hand, have been on the decline for the last couple of years owing to surging cost of production on account of sharp spikes in energy prices...

  • Plan unveiled to rebrand Pakistan in export market

    ISLAMABAD: Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan announced on Wednesday his ministry’s plans to launch a branding and marketing campaign to re-launch Pakistan in the export world with new and improved credentials...

    The minister invited representatives of the textile sector to provide their input in the campaign, which will use traditional and new media to attract investors and importers to Pakistan...

  • Pakistan for more preferential access to Chinese market

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has urged China to revive preferential treatment to ‘Made in Pakistan’ under the second phase of the free trade agreement (FTA), a senior official told Dawn on Saturday...

    Pakistan and China have held several rounds to revise the FTA which was implemented in July 2007...

  • Pakistan an emerging market economy: IMF

    WASHINGTON: In its latest World Economic Outlook report, the International Monetary Fund has included Pakistan in emerging market economies...

    An emerging market economy is the one that is progressing toward a more advanced stage, usually by means of rapid growth and industrialization...

  • Accessing the Iranian market: Is Pakistan interested?

    Pakistan claims to be eagerly waiting for tangible progress in, and to benefit from, the process kick-started by the landmark deal in Vienna to lift sanctions and reintegrate Iran into the global economy...

    Pakistan has also been looking at widening and deepening the scope of the 2006 preferential trade agreement with the long-suppressed economy that is set to bounce back...

  • Pakistan seeks preferential market access to US

    ISLAMABAD: United States is one of the largest trading partners of Pakistan and it will be in the interest of both countries to enhance the bilateral trade volume which has been hovering around $5 billion for the last five years, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday...

    In a meeting with Ambassador Michael Froman, US Trade Representative to Pakistan, the prime minister said Pakistan would like to further enhance that partnership...

  • Pakistan aims to hold UK market access post-Brexit

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has evolved a comprehensive plan to convince the United Kingdom to continue letting Pakistani goods have preferential market access in the wake of Brexit...

    A statement released by the Ministry of Commerce said Mr Ranjha expressed Pakistan’s desire to maintain with the UK a Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP) Plus-like arrangement in the short term...

  • Investment inflows spur Pakistan's corporate sukuk market

    Growth of sharia-compliant investment funds in Pakistan is helping fuel demand for sukuk, or Islamic bonds, giving local firms new funding options while strengthening the case for Islamic pensions in other majority-Muslim countries...

    Pakistan's Islamic banks lag their conventional peers, holding around 13 per cent of total deposits, while Islamic mutual funds and private pensions have a far greater market share...

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