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Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar has held PTI dharna (sit-in), prolonged cold weather, energy crisis, a massive decline in international commodity prices and slow growth of credit to private sector as key impediments to achieving 5 percent GDP growth in 2014-15. According to a presentation given to the federal cabinet, a copy of which is available with Business Recorder, the Finance Minister focused on what the PML-N inherited in 2013 and achievements in terms of macroeconomic indicators with an extremely ambitious targets for 2017-18.

The federal Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for 2015-16 is proposed to be 10.4 % higher than the budgeted amount for the current fiscal year with reliance on foreign assistance to the tune of 31% reflecting an 11% increase in reliance in foreign assistance for PSDP in comparison to 2014-15. Total federal PSDP is proposed at Rs 580 billion for 2015-16 with a foreign assistance component of Rs 182.7 billion while the total budgeted PSDP for the current year was Rs 525 billion with foreign assistance of Rs 102.2 billion.
Triggered by monetary easing, Monday's bull-run on the Karachi share market proved short-lived Tuesday, which equity analysts tied to the pre-budget uncertainty. The KSE-100 index, falling by 197 points to 32,510.35, showed volatility by touching the session's high and low of 32,771.12 and 32,418.61. "Stocks closed bearish amid thin activity on pre-budget uncertainty," commented Ahsan Mehanti of Arif Habib Corporation.
Triggered by monetary easing, Monday''s bull-run on the Karachi share market proved short-lived Tuesday, which equity analysts tied to the pre-budget uncertainty. The KSE-100 index, falling by 197 points to 32,510.35, showed volatility by touching the session''s high and low of 32,771.12 and 32,418.61. "Stocks closed bearish amid thin activity on pre-budget uncertainty," commented Ahsan Mehanti of Arif Habib Corporation.
Pakistan State Oil (PSO) on Tuesday organized a bidders conference in Karachi for its tender to supply LNG, using the recently commissioned Engro terminal. Well-informed sources told Business Recorder the Babar Chaurdhry GM LNG Department and his team was there along with their US and local consultants, SSGC, Engro, FOTCO and USAid representatives. Babar said answers and clarifications would be uploaded on their website within 48 hours. However the current MSPA would not be amended. Representatives of interested bidders attended the meeting. These were BP, Shell, Gunvor, Excelerate, Vitol, Trafigura, Petrochina, Engro, AOT Trading and others.
Shares at Lahore Stock Exchange on Tuesday have failed to keep going up and suffered losses amid bearish sentiments because of investors' cautious reaction. The LSE-25 index lost 44.03 points to 5459.19 against 5503.22 of Monday while transaction volume squeezed to 629,800 shares compared with the day earlier volume of 755,000 shares. The market opened on a depressed note and remained range-bound till close of trading that resulted in low trading activity.
Bears dominated the proceedings at the Islamabad Stock Exchange (ISE) where equities showed negative signs under the lead of hot favourite amid decrease in index. ISE Ten Index was down by 22.83 points as the ISE Ten Index moved from 3,692.67 to 3,669.84 points. The overall turnover amounted to 20,000 shares as compared to previous turnover of 81,600 shares. Total 129 companies participated in buying and selling activity.
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Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 18,041.54 1.04
Arrow Nasdaq 5,032.75 1.11
Arrow S&P 2,104.20 1.03
Arrow FTSE 6,948.99 1.18
Arrow DAX 11,625.13 1.61
Arrow CAC-40 5,083.54 0.66
Arrow Nikkei 20,437.48 0.12
Arrow H.Seng 28,249.86 0.92
Arrow Sensex 27,531.41 0.41





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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyApril
Trade Balance $-1.795 bln
Exports $1.995 bln
Imports $3.790 bln
WeeklyMay 26, 2015
Reserves $17.749 bln