Over $1.9bn of foreign investment in domestic bonds and equity flew out within the span of a month.
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Slight gain of 59 paisas in the local currency, compared to the opening value of Rs166.13.
Regulatory criteria for restructuring and rescheduling loans have been temporarily relaxed till Mar 31, 2021.
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Inflows shrink 9.06pc to $1.907bn in January from December 2019.
Consumer financing increased by just Rs23 million which pushed the total amount to Rs555.8m in December 2019.
"If the foreign inflows continue in T-bills, the government will not issue Eurobond this fiscal year," sources say.
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SBP data shows foreign investors have increased their investment in the country’s treasury bills.
Dr Reza Baqir says the country will have to continue making progress in this direction.
With the exchange rate largely stable of late, the attraction of dollar business in the country has drastically fallen.
Latest data shows that bilateral trade volume plunged in the first half of this fiscal year.
The latest T-bills auction held on Jan 15 yielded $537.9 million — the highest amount for a single auction.
The prevailing high interest rate of 13.25pc has created serious problems for domestic investors.
Remittances edge up 3.3 per cent during the first half of 2019-20 as compared to $11.03bn in the same period last year.
Bank Alfalah also won the Best Consumer Franchise Award for 2019.
Bank estimates that the current account deficit will remain low during the ongoing fiscal year.
Borrowings in single week of December witnessed a jump of 55pc.