Opec at its last meeting in Vienna in June kept its output levels despite a supply glut.
IOSCO Assessment Committee observed that Pakistan’s regulatory framework has undergone significant improvements.
IMF can only support a financial rescue programme “that is comprehensive”, IMF senior official said.
Volume rose by 21pc to 428m shares with trading value increasing by 4pc to Rs14.4 billion.
The bank is seeking comments from banking industry, academia, economists and other stakeholders before implementation.
Govt should take measures to reduce tax burden on businesses, the traders said.
The price of wheat on the world market fell from $269 per tonne in December 2014 to $209 in June 2015.
Aptma will observe a countrywide strike against what they called 'unjustified' surcharges on electricity and gas bills.
China’s second largest importer of iron ore shows interest in revamping Pakistan Steel Mills.