Latest data shows that bilateral trade volume plunged in the first half of this fiscal year.
The latest T-bills auction held on Jan 15 yielded $537.9 million — the highest amount for a single auction.
The prevailing high interest rate of 13.25pc has created serious problems for domestic investors.
Remittances edge up 3.3 per cent during the first half of 2019-20 as compared to $11.03bn in the same period last year.
Bank Alfalah also won the Best Consumer Franchise Award for 2019.
Bank estimates that the current account deficit will remain low during the ongoing fiscal year.
Borrowings in single week of December witnessed a jump of 55pc.
The biggest appreciation seen in the British pound which gained over 15 per cent.
Inflows in local debt papers support, to some extent, the government’s claim that investment environment has improved.
SBP data shows private sector borrowed Rs88.1bn during July-Nov FY20 compared to Rs394.8bn last fiscal year.
Posts 73pc drop from same month last year.
SBP data shows the country received $850 million in FDI during the July-November period.
FATF grey listing has been one of the most important concerns for the country. says SBP governor.
Inflows inched up by only 0.18pc during 5MFY20.
Currency dealers foresee rupee to rise further in coming months.
The dealers say the grey market has already taken more than 50 per cent of their business.
SBP data shows total profit and dividend outflow rose to $548 million compared to $497m in the same period last year.
The latest data issued by SBP shows the country received $1.097bn investment in T-bills from July 1 to November 19.
State Bank warns inflation could rise beyond the target set for the current fiscal year.
Four years of deficits end in October.