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FRONTIER ISSUERS BRING POLITICAL RISK TO BOND WORLD – IFR

FRONTIER ISSUERS BRING POLITICAL RISK TO BOND WORLD - IFR SINGAPORE, April 9 (IFR) - Investors desperate for higher-yielding securities are snapping up bonds from speculative-rated countries, potentially ignoring their...

PAKISTAN’S PROMISES TO IMF IN DOUBT AS PROTESTS SAP ECONOMY – RTRS

PAKISTAN'S PROMISES TO IMF IN DOUBT AS PROTESTS SAP ECONOMY - RTRS ISLAMABAD, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Anti-government protests that have gripped Islamabad since mid-August could throw off course economic...

Karachi Electric (KESC) to Spend $500 Million to Improve Efficiency

Karachi Electric (KESC) to Spend $500 Million to Improve Efficiency   By IFM – Web Desk June 13 -Chairman Tabish Gauhar says in interview in Karachi yesterday. * Co. to spend $100m to...

India’s 10-Year Bonds Decline as RBI Policy Seen More Hawkish

India’s 10-Year Bonds Decline as RBI Policy Seen More Hawkish India’s 10-year sovereign bonds fell the most in a week after central bank Governor Raghuram Rajan left interest rates unchanged and pledged...

SBP to announce next Monetary policy on Sept.13

SBP to announce next Monetary policy on Sept.13 KARACHI, Aug 24 (APP): State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)  will announce its next Monetary Policy on September 13. A press release of...
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Govt. to rescue Pakistan’s MSCI Emerging Market Status

Govt. to rescue Pakistan’s MSCI Emerging Market Status A dedicated fund is under deliberation to support investor confidence MSCI Downgrade will be a dent...

Tracking change in consensus earnings estimate reveals 7% downgrade – Majid Munir

Tracking change in consensus earnings estimate reveals 7% downgrade in FY19 estimates, over the course of the past one year, for 37 of the...

Has the economic slowdown been factored into KSE100 – Majid Munir

The combination of CAD, fiscal deficit, depreciating PKR, rising inflation, and high interest rates will lead to demand contraction, margin compression due to higher...