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PMEX daily trading report

PMEX daily trading report

KARACHI: On Thursday, at PMEX the traded value of Metals, Energy, COTS/FX and indices was recorded at PKR 17.614...
Asian markets roiled as bond rout turns 'lethal'

Asian markets roiled as bond rout turns 'lethal'

SYDNEY/MIAMI (Reuters) - Asian stocks skidded to one-month lows on Friday as a rout in global bond markets sent yields flying and spooked investors amid fears the heavy losses suffered could trigger distressed selling in other assets.
Published 26 Feb, 2021 08:05am
Gold prices slightly up

Gold prices slightly up

KARACHI: Gold prices on Monday gained some momentum on the local market, traders said. An increase of Rs 400 in...
Published 23 Feb, 2021 11:14am
Bitcoin, ether hit fresh highs

Bitcoin, ether hit fresh highs

SINGAPORE: Bitcoin hit a fresh high in Asian trading on Saturday, extending a two-month rally that saw its market...
Published 20 Feb, 2021 11:28am
Gold prices fall slightly

Gold prices fall slightly

KARACHI: Gold prices on Thursday went down slightly on the local market, traders said. After a slight decline of...
Published 19 Feb, 2021 11:08am
Copper leaps to 9-year high

Copper leaps to 9-year high

LONDON: Copper rose to its highest since April 2012 on Thursday as Chinese investors returning from a week-long...
Published 19 Feb, 2021 11:11am

Gold prices fall slightly

KARACHI: Gold prices on Thursday went down slightly on the local market, traders said. After a slight decline of...
Published 19 Feb, 2021 11:03am
Long, tense with cat photo for relief; how the GameStop hearing unfolded

Long, tense with cat photo for relief; how the GameStop hearing unfolded

WASHINGTON/BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tension, irate questions, people talking over one another, and a cat photo. Thursday’s five-plus hour U.S. congressional hearing on GameStop had all of that, as top hedge fund managers, the head of Robinhood, and Roaring Kitty himself answered a barrage of questions over who was at fault in January’s trading frenzy.
Published 19 Feb, 2021 08:16am
Undeterred by Facebook news blackout, Australia commits to content law

Undeterred by Facebook news blackout, Australia commits to content law

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison vowed on Friday to press ahead with laws to force Facebook Inc to pay news outlets for content, saying he had received support from world leaders after the social media giant blacked out all media.
Published 19 Feb, 2021 08:14am