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Tokyo shares rise on sustained global rallies

TOKYO: Tokyo shares rose Wednesday morning, lifted by an ongoing global rally as robust US corporate earnings brightened sentiment. Big industrial names like Caterpillar and...

Concrete efforts in hand to achieve sustainable and inclusive higher growth:...

WASHINGTON: Finance Minister Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar has said that Pakistan was fast improving ease of doing business in the country. After having achieved...

Tokyo stocks up by break on French presidential race

TOKYO: Tokyo's benchmark index rose 1.34 percent Monday morning as investors cheered news that market-friendly Emmanuel Macron is leading far-right candidate Marine Le Pen...

Govt reappoints Dr Irshad as FBR chief

ISLAMABAD: The federal government has reappointed Dr Irshad, who had retired on Friday, as a FBR chairman. In this connection, a notification has been issued...

Google ‘Smart Display Campaign’ to help advertisers increase customer reach

Google on Friday rolled out "Smart display campaigns" to all advertisers, a move that will help them reach more customers easily on the Google...

WB projects maroeconomic indicators to grow in future

ISLAMABAD: The World Bank has projected the growth of Pakistan's industrial sector at 7.7 per cent by 2019.     According to the twice-a-year South Asia...

LCCI demands shifting industrial connections to Sui gas again

LAHORE: The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) Tuesday demanded the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) to shift the industrial connections from...

Tokyo stocks up as banks, exporters rise

TOKYO: Tokyo stocks closed higher Tuesday as the yen fell in response to the US treasury secretary reportedly showing his support for a strong...

Asia traders wary but Tokyo up on weaker yen

HONG KONG: Japanese shares got a boost Tuesday from a weaker yen but some other key Asian markets drifted lower on geopolitical concerns, with...

World Bank predicts Pakistan economy to grow at 5.2% in 2017

ISLAMABAD: With growth prospects continuing to improve and inflation remaining contained, Pakistan economy would continue to grow at 5.2 percent in 2017, the World...