The regulator needs to check whether institutions and HNWI profit at the cost of small investors.
A flagship restaurant would be set up in Lahore while two others would be set up in Karachi and a smaller town.
Proceeds from Sukuk issue would help refinance company’s debts with approx Rs18bn payable to IFC, ADB and others.
KARACHI: The strike price of Rs95 for the share of Rs10 worked out under the book-building of Al Shaheer Corporation...
The reaction of the market and the corporate sponsors has yet to be seen on the amendment on compulsory dividend payout.
KARACHI: The saga of the sale of DH Fertilisers Ltd (DHFL) to Pakarab Fertilisers by Dawood Hercules Corporation Ltd...
Al Shaheer’s export sales constitute 77pc of its total sales, with the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt, Oman, Kuwait and
KARACHI: The announcement of Market Classification review 2015 by the Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI)...
The hike in the capital gains tax and the withholding tax on dividends in the budget have dampened investors’ hopes.
Their worst fear of increase in Capital Gains Tax (CGT) materialised with the imposition of higher slabs.
The Karachi Stock Exchange has asked the government to reduce the corporate tax rate for listed companies ...
Ghandhara Nissan imports almost 80pc of its inputs from Japan, which is why the fall in the yen’s value against the...
The company is said to serve 15 industries, while its clients include various leading companies in the energy.
Out of 562 listed companies, 246 paid dividends to shareholders while 114 did not despite earning profit: KSE report.
Hascol Petroleum secures its trade debt from commercial sales to IPPs and other debt-burdened institutions through.
Shares at the stock market came crashing down, with the KSE-100 index posting a massive loss of 1,023.94 points.
At least four new listings this year show that corporates are looking yet again at the capital market to raise money.
The company is diversifying into other areas as its core fertiliser business suffers from curtailed supply of gas.
SECP decides to take stern action against the directors of ACE Securities (Pvt) Limited for defrauding its clients.
According to market sources, ACE Securities CEO Haroon Iqbal appears to have fled the country with investors’ Rs350mn.