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EFU Pension Growth Fund Rates

KARACHI: EFU Pension Growth Fund Rates on Wednesday
Published March 3, 2022
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KARACHI: EFU Pension Growth Fund Rates on Wednesday (March 2, 2022).

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Offer Price     382.6612
Bid Price       363.5281
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EFU Pension Growth Fund Rates

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