Investors appear to hope British PM Theresa May's pending resignation could unblock the political stalemate over Brexit.
Revenue plan shared with IMF shows steep, escalating targets for next three budgets.
Budget to be announced on June 11; Sindh protests dropping of ongoing schemes under next PSDP.
Crown Motorcycle, manufacturer of bikes and loaders, raised prices by Rs2,000-5,000 on Thursday.
IMF directly refutes Trump’s claim that tariffs are paid by China and provide a windfall for the US treasury.
Investors rushed for anticipatory buying before the launch of proposed government guaranteed market support.
The commerce minister assured full cooperation and support to the investor.
Mohammad Younus Dagha, who was appointed to the role in March, has been removed.
The benchmark BSE index, which reached an all-time high of 40,124.96, ended 0.76pc lower for the day at 38,811.
This is the crux of the budget preparations ahead of APCC meeting being held on Thursday.
- Rs1.837tr development outlay set for 2019-20
- Bike makers raise prices
- IMF warns US-China trade war will ‘jeopardise’ global growth
- Govt offers help to save $165m auto investment
- SBP reserves dip $788m
- Stocks gain 944 points on market fund euphoria
- Bangladesh doubles rice import duty
- Commodities: Cotton market stable
- Govt eyes 4pc growth as development budget slashed for 2019-20
- Shabbar Zaidi warns tax defaulters of utility disconnections
- Mnuchin acknowledges consumers will pay some tariff costs
- GSMA concerned at high fees for renewal of telecom licences
- Stocks stage spectacular rally of 1,195 points
- Rupee caps losses
- Commodities: Trading picks up on cotton market
- Gold steadies
- 16m euros to be injected in Dawlance
- Imports shrink, exports stagnate, FDI plummets: Current account deficit drops 27pc
- Foreign investment halves to $1.4bn
- Battery makers seek concessionary duties
- Adidas, Nike, Puma say new tariffs on China would be ‘catastrophic’
- Taxation treaty signed with Bulgaria
- Over 450 foreign firms attend N. Korea trade fair despite sanctions