Customers, window-shoppers swarm markets in Lahore, Quetta, Multan and Karachi.
Equities were hammered in the first two sessions in the outgoing week as domestic politics took centre stage.
Exporters fail to avail subsidy schemes for non-textile value-added sectors.
The incumbent, Dr Mohammad Irshad, is going to retire on June 30.
Manufacturers feel pinch of onslaught as country aims to generate more business activity under CPEC.
Says weak distribution system is one reason behind unscheduled load-shedding.
Some traders said sales are slightly better than last year’s while others claimed a fall in revenues due to many reasons
Although the amount has been increasing annually, demand for new notes continues to surpass their supply.
Application of proper criteria to majority shareholders, providing a code of conduct for the board of directors included
TurkStream will deliver Russian gas to Turkey and is eventually intended to serve the European Union.
- For oil, the era of seller’s market is gone
- Cotton price steady
- Indian state to waive $5.27bn in farm debts
- China tells banks to push forward with reform
- Uber just learned what it takes to grow up
- Traders offer divergent views on Eid sales
- Regulator notifies rules for futures exchanges
- SBP issues fresh notes of Rs342bn
- Major US banks would withstand recession: Fed
- Nepra faults K-Electric for power outages, initiates legal proceedings
- Opec has few escape routes from another bear market in oil
- LCCI urges govt not to disband EDB
- Forget euro zone break-up, sterling now deemed riskier
- China regulator inspects loans to major firms
- Cotton price flat
- Palm oil declines