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Pakistan’s economic snapshot, February – March 2014

Stock Market The KSE showed a disappointing performance during the month of February. The dismal trends in the stock market can be attributed to the...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, January – February 2014

The first trading session of 2014 ended on a positive note with the index volume increasing by more than double at the start of...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, December 2013 – January 2014

The ruling party’s first six months in office have fallen short of expectations- it has been a sobering experience for the masses after the...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, November – December 2013

Pakistan’s total liquid foreign exchange reserves stood at $8.8 billion on November 22, 2013: SBP held $3.46 billion and commercial banks held $5.33 billion...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, October – November 2013

Pakistan’s total liquid foreign exchange reserves stood at $8.8 billion on November 22, 2013: SBP held $3.46 billion and commercial banks held $5.33 billion...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, August – September 2013

The KSE-100 index has been one of the best performing stock markets in Asia (yielded a return of 31% or 22% in dollar terms)...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, July – August 2013

The negotiations with the IMF remained the focus for the month of July and successfully convincing the donor agency for a bailout package served...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, June – July 2013

In a swift move, the PML (N) went ahead to announce the budget for FY2013-14 just 5 days after being sworn in. While this...

Pakistan’s economic snapshot, May – June 2013

Last month’s elections have gone down as a milestone in Pakistan’s economic history. The political parties devoted a sufficient amount of time and money...

Economic Snapshot April – May 2013 (Elections 2013 Special)

With the country just days away from its much-hyped and long-awaited elections on May 11, the economic conditions are far from being decent. The...