Forex reserve rises by $932.8 million to $393.72 billion
In the previous week, the reserves had dropped by $795 million to $392.785 billion.
Facing Trump attacks, Pakistan military seeks peace with India
Any detente with India would face deep skepticism that has endured since the British left the subcontinent in 1947. Both India and the U.S. see Pakistan as providing safe haven for terrorist groups, and often bring up the fact that the leadership of Lashkar-e-Taiba, which carried out the gruesome Mumbai attack in 2008, still live freely in Pakistan.
Sensex rallies 361 points as global markets regain footing
Adani Ports, Bajaj Auto, Infosys, Asian Paints and Hero MotoCorp were big hitters of the Sensex.
After Market: Bearish signal for 106 stocks; Tata Motors recovers
The BSE Midcap index settled 0.23 per cent up, but the smallcap index closed 0.27 per cent down.
Pakistan plans to curb central bank's power to manage currency
On Friday, the State Bank of Pakistan weakened the rupee for the fifth time this year.
Print media ad growth to accelerate in 2019
As per the report, print media ad revenues grew 5.6% in 2018 to Rs 22,121.8 crore, and it is expected to go up to Rs 22,424.3 crore in 2019.
Pakistan likely to pay back IMF before Chinese debt-US Treasury official
Pakistan is negotiating with the IMF over terms of its second bailout since 2013, a loan package valued at about $6 billion, with a deal now expected in mid-January.
ET View: G 20 outcome exceeds expectations
The Buenos Aires meet, marking the tenth anniversary of the G 20, may not have ended with a bang, but did offer some reassurance to the world and the markets.
Panic hits Pakistan rupee, currency falls to all-time low of Rs 144
"There is panic in the market and buying spree is going on but it will be addressed," an official of State Bank of Pakistan
IMF demands details of Pakistan's financial assistance deal with China: Report
The International Monetary Fund mission is in Pakistan and holding talks with officials over arranging an unspecified amount to help in addressing the balance of payment issue.
US seeks transparency on Chinese debt
According to the top Treasury official, this problem is not unique to Pakistan. "China is lending in many countries where the terms of the loans are simply not given."
War will continue so long as Ukraine government stays: Vladimir Putin
Heavy military spending and the loss of vital industries in the separatist regions have weighed heavily on Ukraine's economy.
Pepsi and Coca Cola pouring $1.4 billion into Pakistan - government
Many consumer companies see Pakistan, the world's sixth most populous country, as a hot consumer market due to its fast-growing population of 208 million people.
Forex reserve jumps by $568.9 million to $393.58 billion
In the previous week, reserves had declined by USD 121.2 million to USD 393.01 billion.
IMF says monitoring situation in India; bats for RBI's independence
There were reports of mounting tension between the Ministry of Finance and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) over the autonomy of monetary policy makers.