The chemicals sector dominated the day's trading with 22.8m shares traded.
Prices of wheat, sugar, vegetables, fruits, cosmetics, electronics and cars will go up.
Emissions of coal-fired power plants are stored and out of them different chemicals are produced through technology.
Conflict would hit oil exports from Iraqi Kurdistan, currently estimated at around 650,000 barrels per day.
Proposals to reshape Nafta to help shrink US trade deficits have clouded the talks to modernise the 23-year pact.
Bulls were driven away only after a day of rampage on the stock market.
No decision about a purchase was believed to have been made in the tender.
Beijing will open its markets further, reassure foreign companies.
“They’re using time pressure to see if they can get more money out of us — it’s obvious to anybody.”
PTBA feels lack of method to serve notices will cause revenue loss.
- Fresh duties to cut import bill by up to $2bn
- Disputed penalty on LNG terminal goes to arbitration
- Borrowing for budgetary support goes up 27pc
- ‘Gwadar to become world’s most modern city’
- US firm offers ‘coal to chemicals’ technology
- Stocks turn red as support fund euphoria fizzles
- Britain and EU clash over Brexit ‘time pressure’ claim
- Corporate Watch
- Oil market nervous on Iraq-Kurdistan crisis
- Law lacks mode of service of tax notices
- 40,000 bales change hands on cotton market
- Gold falls
- Palm oil prices fall
- Mexico, Canada poised to push back over US Nafta demands
- China tries to reassure foreign companies, promises openness
- Pakistan offers lowest bid for Iraq’s rice tender
- No need for IMF at the moment: Dar
- WB lowers Pakistan’s external financing needs
- ‘Better infrastructure to boost trade with Kabul’
- Government plans to curb urban migration
- Unjustified levies discouraging taxpayers: LCCI
- Bailout expectations lead to stock market rally
- Financing framework for dealing with climate change unveiled
- corporate watch