Nasir Jamal

At a difficult juncture post-Taliban

At a difficult juncture post-Taliban

Many analysts believe rupee’s value has been falling because of expansive growth policies being followed by financial advisers. Updated 25 Oct, 2021 09:46am
Walking on the same ole muddled paths

Walking on the same ole muddled paths

Reemergence of imbalances in the macroeconomic framework is forcing policymakers to retract their steps and knock at IMF's doors. Updated 18 Oct, 2021 08:28am
A missing key ingredient

A missing key ingredient

The scale of Pakistan’s adoption of rooftop solar in the future will be determined mainly by banks’ lending practices Published 11 Oct, 2021 08:01am
Staying ahead of the curve

Staying ahead of the curve

ECP chief attributes success to the global commodity price cycle, the addition of new capacity,... Published 04 Oct, 2021 06:56am
Working on reviving confidence

Working on reviving confidence

Past experience shows progress on CPEC will remain tentative with diminished chances of Chinese investments in mega projects. Updated 20 Sep, 2021 08:53am
A bubble of fragile optimism

A bubble of fragile optimism

What happens in the coming months will largely hinge on how gradually the SBP shifts to a tighter monetary policy stance. Updated 30 Aug, 2021 08:10am
A mixed picture

A mixed picture

The surge in the bond yields immediately after Kabul’s capture indicates that global investors are feeling jittery. Updated 23 Aug, 2021 08:43am
A stitch in time

A stitch in time

Critics say it makes sense for investors to take risk in Pakistan’s economy if they are getting high enough yield on their money. Updated 26 Jul, 2021 08:50am
The sordid saga of IPPs

The sordid saga of IPPs

The govt will be setting yet another bad precedent for investors instead of dealing with the real issue. Updated 20 Jul, 2021 10:48am