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Import for the Month of Nov is 8.01 billion dollar, Trade Deficit: $ 5.1bn in the month Alone.

blueazure

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but sharam tum ko 1 baar bhi nahi ani dosro ko boltay waqt aur lecture detay ho economy destroy hogaye. Apney per aye tou 1 mpa ko misaal bana ke corruption karey jao.


Rahi baat mere non existing portfolio ki tou muj ko tum ko proof karney ki. zarrorat nahi. Getting good return as dividend in both markets local and international.

As i said you should ask your patwari friend despardo if he ever buy any dollar or stocks.


b.s

you dont know jack about psx or even investing in general,

i smell b.s in your posts which ALWAYS lack content , they are hollow and derogatory towards fellow members and you are always pissing here and there

to even earn a dividend in the measly psx, you need a large investment portfolio , i doubt you even have a bank account
 

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b.s

you dont know jack about psx or even investing in general,

i smell b.s in your posts which ALWAYS lack content , they are hollow and derogatory towards fellow members and you are always pissing here and there

to even earn a dividend in the measly psx, you need a large investment portfolio , i doubt you even have a bank account

I will leave you here to burn like this lol. You are really a kid and have no clue who I am neither I ever reveal nor I have any intention to do so with kids. I can post screen shots here but you are not worth it now. So carry on your crying no matter you make money or not it is and will remain in your nature.
 

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Big increase in T bill cut off yield, what’s the story there? Seems extreme.

Is it just a mix of higher inflation, higher risk environment on PAKTB, and December liquidity?
 

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Big increase in T bill cut off yield, what’s the story there? Seems extreme.

Is it just a mix of higher inflation, higher risk environment on PAKTB, and December liquidity?
Pakistan is at same place as it was in 2018,2011 or 1999,issues of Pakistani economy are structural,no amount of policy making is going to solve that,it's akin to putting lipstick on pig.Pakistani economy requires some very hard reforms at structual level of state.We must understand that everything is linked to economy and economy is linked to everything,if we desire to uplift our economy we need to bring structural reforms at state level.Current economic mess can easily be traced into structure of out state which is build defective and fallacious.
Biggest idiot is one who is comparing current and former Govt's economic performance using charts without taking into account host of other vectors.
 

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Increase in current account deficit pushes govt towards IMF: Shaukat Tarin
Published On 09 December,2021 11:28 pm
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Tarin said for economic growth rate of 5 to 6pc, revenues should be 20pc of gross domestic product
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance Shaukat Tarin said on Thursday that increase in current account deficit pushed the government towards IMF but to get rid of debts, it is necessary to increase revenue.
Addressing a ceremony in Islamabad on Thursday, he said that our priority is stable growth, not artificial growth but our savings are very low. Pakistan s economy has now just come out of the blows of coronavirus pandemic.
The adviser said that Prime Minister Imran Khan wants development for al and Pakistan needs continuous development while the growth rate in Pakistan after pandemic is 4%.
Tarin went on to say that for an economic growth rate of 5 to 6 percent, revenues should be 20 percent of gross domestic product, adding that we have to fix the power sector as the previous government created so much electricity in its desire for more power that capacity payment has to be paid.
He said the major area affecting our economy is trade gap. He said we did not pay any attention to our exports as in 2013 our exports stood at 25 billion dollars which declined during the later years.
“We are out of Covid now and last year our economy witnessed inclusive and sustained growth which is vital for overall development,” he said and added in the past we have seen growth, but it did not sustain because our savings have been low, and our economy had overheated.
The adviser further said that the major area affecting our economy is trade gap. He said we did not pay any attention to our exports as in 2013 our exports stood at 25 billion dollars which declined during the later years.
We have to reduce this import-export imbalance, he stressed, adding that the present government has adopted right approach which is bearing results as upsurge is being witnessed in our exports.
On production side, he said, it is not at the desired level and we need to focus on three areas, revenue enhancement by improving Tax to GDP ratio, agriculture sector and the industrial sector.
Tarin said: “Another area is housing sector wherein over 40 industries are linked and this sector can have a multiplier effect towards development, adding that we have decided to adopt bottom up approach and Kamyab Jawan Programme would prove a milestone towards overall betterment in the society.”
He said: “At the moment our economy is growing at over 5% but unfortunately due to global pricing issue a slowdown has been seen but it would not last long and in coming few months the situation will improve as the prices in the world market are gradually coming down.”
The adviser further said several economic indicators including increased revenues reflect that our economy is growing, adding that the PM is concerned about the predicament of lower and lower middle classes and the Ehsas Ration Programme would prove instrumental in this regard.
 

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Increase in current account deficit pushes govt towards IMF: Shaukat Tarin
Published On 09 December,2021 11:28 pm
632351_23675275.jpg

Tarin said for economic growth rate of 5 to 6pc, revenues should be 20pc of gross domestic product
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance Shaukat Tarin said on Thursday that increase in current account deficit pushed the government towards IMF but to get rid of debts, it is necessary to increase revenue.
Addressing a ceremony in Islamabad on Thursday, he said that our priority is stable growth, not artificial growth but our savings are very low. Pakistan s economy has now just come out of the blows of coronavirus pandemic.
The adviser said that Prime Minister Imran Khan wants development for al and Pakistan needs continuous development while the growth rate in Pakistan after pandemic is 4%.
Tarin went on to say that for an economic growth rate of 5 to 6 percent, revenues should be 20 percent of gross domestic product, adding that we have to fix the power sector as the previous government created so much electricity in its desire for more power that capacity payment has to be paid.
He said the major area affecting our economy is trade gap. He said we did not pay any attention to our exports as in 2013 our exports stood at 25 billion dollars which declined during the later years.
“We are out of Covid now and last year our economy witnessed inclusive and sustained growth which is vital for overall development,” he said and added in the past we have seen growth, but it did not sustain because our savings have been low, and our economy had overheated.
The adviser further said that the major area affecting our economy is trade gap. He said we did not pay any attention to our exports as in 2013 our exports stood at 25 billion dollars which declined during the later years.
We have to reduce this import-export imbalance, he stressed, adding that the present government has adopted right approach which is bearing results as upsurge is being witnessed in our exports.
On production side, he said, it is not at the desired level and we need to focus on three areas, revenue enhancement by improving Tax to GDP ratio, agriculture sector and the industrial sector.
Tarin said: “Another area is housing sector wherein over 40 industries are linked and this sector can have a multiplier effect towards development, adding that we have decided to adopt bottom up approach and Kamyab Jawan Programme would prove a milestone towards overall betterment in the society.”
He said: “At the moment our economy is growing at over 5% but unfortunately due to global pricing issue a slowdown has been seen but it would not last long and in coming few months the situation will improve as the prices in the world market are gradually coming down.”
The adviser further said several economic indicators including increased revenues reflect that our economy is growing, adding that the PM is concerned about the predicament of lower and lower middle classes and the Ehsas Ration Programme would prove instrumental in this regard.

PTI is practicing IMF shock economics aka post soviet collapse russia-imf situation., in the end, russia was almost about to sell its defence conglomerates to pay off IMF

this idiot khan is placed for this very reason .
 

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