The Story Behind Recent Sales and Discounts in Pakistan
Leading clothing and footwear brands across the country are trying to boost their sales by offering repeated discounts, as they are seeing lower sales due to the econo...
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Mitsubishi Will Likely Cut Earnings Forecast on Rogue Oil Losses
A $320 million loss by a rogue oil trader at Mitsubishi Corp.’s Singapore unit will likely prompt the Japanese company to cut its full-year net income forecast,...
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Paranoia Written All Over S&P 500 in Struggle Back to a Record
The relentless drive into defensive stocks is a logical way to cope for investors beset all year by signs a recession is at hand. It’s also a tough way to ...
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Large Scale Manufacturing Sector’s Production Declines 3.28pct in July...
According to the data released by Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, the large-scale manufacturing (LSM) sector posted a 3.28 percent decline in production for July 2019 o...
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NEPRA irked by 'NAB’s meddling' in tariff affairs
ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has expressed serious concerns over the role of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in qu...
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Saudi Aramco has emerged from attacks ‘stronger than ever,’ CEO says
Saudi Aramco has emerged from attacks on its oil facilities “stronger than ever”, Chief Executive Amin Nasser told employees in a message.He added that full oil pr...
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Tax Cut Gives Modi Perfect Pitch to Win American Investments
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in the U.S. a day after delivering a $20 billion tax-cut stimulus for companies, which strengthens his pitch to American chief exe...
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Kabul's 'irresponsible, unwarranted' statement on Durand Line runs afoul...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has termed its Afghan counterpart's renewed refusal to recognise the international border between Afghanistan and Pakistan as "irrespon...
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'The men who plundered Europe': bankers on trial for siphoning €60bn
They have been called “the men who plundered Europe”: a group of cowboy traders, seasoned tax lawyers and mathematical whizz kids who are alleged to have cons...
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China, US had ‘constructive’ trade talks in Washington, Chinese stat...
China and the United States had “constructive” discussions on trade in Washington, state news agency Xinhua said on Saturday.The two countries agreed to keep commu...
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