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National Clearing Company declares daily settlement information for local & foreign investors on Thursday (October 27, 2016).

The following transactions member to member subsequently reported on Thursday (October 27, 2016).

The following were the cross transactions between client to client & financial institutions here on Thursday (October 27, 2016).

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Wednesday refused to share tax details of offshore companies owned by Mariam Nawaz, Hassan Nawaz, Imran Khan and Jehangir Khan Tarin with National Assembly Standing Committee on Finance. The National Assembly Standing Committee on Finance, which met under the chairmanship of Qaiser Ahmed Sheikh here, decided to summon Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for briefing them on the Panama and Bahamas Leaks in next meeting.
Britain's state-rescued Lloyds Banking Group on Wednesday said it had set aside a further £1.0 billion ($1.2 billion, 1.1 billion euros) to compensate customers who were mis-sold insurance. The hit contributed towards LBG reporting a sharp drop in third-quarter net profits, to £219 million compared with a year earlier, the company said in an earnings statement.
China would provide $5.5 billion concessional loan to Pakistan for upgradation and dualization of Pakistan Railways main line track from Karachi to Torkham at a cost of $8 billion. Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal stated this during a briefing of Parliamentary Committee on his recent visit to China, along with the Railways Minister, Khawaja Saad Rafiq, where the decision was taken for up-gradation and dualization of the Pakistan Railways main line track from Karachi to Torkham, at a cost of $8 billion, of which $5.5 billion would be a concessional loan from China.
Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank will face renewed probing on Thursday, as investors pore over its third-quarter results after being hit with a multi-billion-dollar fine by the US Department of Justice. "It will be important to keep an eye on growth in provisions for legal risks," Equinet analyst Philipp Haessler told AFP. News of a $14-billion demand from the DoJ over Deutsche's role in the subprime mortgage crisis sent shares in the bank plunging to a historic low of 9.90 euros ($10.75) in late September and reawakened fears for the wider European banking sector.