Just in:  

You are here: Home»Market Data»Stocks & Bonds»

Stocks and Bonds


European shares fell on Thursday under pressure from concerns over Greece's debt crisis and with a rebound in the euro weighing on exporters that typically benefit from the single currency's weakness. Adding to the downward pressure, Sweden's Electrolux fell after a US legal challenge to a planned takeover.

The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has advised stock exchanges to ensure that all brokerage companies registered with the Commission maintain functional websites with minimum contents/information latest by December 31, 2015.
India's BSE index slipped on Thursday after earlier rising to its highest intraday level in nearly 2-1/2 months as software exporters fell after revenue warnings by rivals and eurozone worries led to concerns about June-quarter results. The BSE sub index for software stocks fell 0.41 percent.
China stocks fell sharply again on Thursday, fighting off fresh moves by regulators to restore confidence and raising questions about how much more firepower Beijing can bring to bear beforre a full-scale panic sets in Shanghai's benchmark share index crashed below 4,000 points for the first time since April - a key support level that analysts said had been seen as a line in the sand that Beijing had to defend, below which more conservative investors would start ejecting from their leveraged positions, widening the rout.
Hong Kong shares finished up slightly on Thursday, massively outperforming mainland markets, which continued their collapse despite new regulatory blandishments. The Hang Seng index rose 0.1 percent, to 26,282.32, while the China Enterprises Index lost 1.5 percent, to 12,784.65 points.
Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on thin volume on Thursday amid the Greek debt uncertainty, but Singapore shares retreated ahead of factory activity data and Thai key index closed below key 1,500 level due to sell-off in banking shares. Singapore's key Straits Times Index erased early gain and ended a tad 0.1 percent lower. Trading volume fell to just 70 percent of a 30-day average before June Purchasing Managers' index which is due out later in the day.
Egyptian stocks fell on Thursday because of security worries after bloody clashes with militants in Sinai. Gulf markets were mixed as the Greek debt crisis and soft oil prices were offset by the bargain hunting of local retail investors on dips. Reopening after a two-day holiday, Egypt's share market dropped 0.7 percent to 8,315 points. It has been falling for a month, heading for a test of technical support at its May low of 8,261 points.


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,730.11 0.16
Arrow Nasdaq 5,009.22 0.08
Arrow S&P 2,076.78 0.03
Arrow FTSE 6,630.47 0.33
Arrow DAX 11,099.35 0.73
Arrow CAC-40 4,835.56 0.98
Arrow Nikkei 20,522.50 0.95
Arrow H.Seng 26,282.32 0.12
Arrow Sensex 27,945.80 0.27

New 2015 adidas and Nike Soccer Cleats at Kicks Corner uk

Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.894 bln
Exports $1.953 bln
Imports $3.847 bln
WeeklyJuly 01, 2015
Reserves $18.5 bln