For the time being, continuing with an accommodative monetary policy seems to be the only choice.
Part of the money withdrawn from banks ahead of Eid gets lost in the vortex of transaction outside the banking system.
Unless the government puts its fiscal house in order and unless competition laws and best ...
A decline in non-bank borrowing through NSS often makes the government panicky
Banks find it easier to lend huge amounts of money to big players in almost every category of private-sector businesses.
If Indonesia and Vietnam can attract $19bn and $16bn in FDI respectively,...
The SBP’s earnings might be affected if low interest rates persist
The external debt financing requirement for 2021-22 will be higher than it was in the current fiscal year
A 5pc growth can be elusive if the SBP opts for monetary tightening.
Higher bank borrowing by the government at low interest rates has ..
Covid-19 was one key factor behind last year’s economic slump.
Banks begin witnessing Eid-related drawdowns on deposits at least two weeks before the start of Ramazan
Poor development of engineering industries keeps export-oriented sectors dependent on machinery imports
NPCs intoxicating returns is reason number one for the meteoric rise in forex inflows through Roshan Digital Accounts.
Within the NSS regime, inflation-protected certificates of investment can initially be introduced for certain segments...
The launch of a digital rupee that is freely exchangeable with the digital yuan may ...
Honest and serious joint efforts can work wonders for the economy.
The decline in the current account deficit is the biggest reason for the rupee’s gains.
It is naïve to hope the SBP will maintain its low policy rate of 7pc July onwards
Future monetary policies will exclusively aim at achieving yearly inflation targets in a manner that does not deviate from ...