Archive of 18 October 2019

Time has come to send “selected PM” home, says Bilawal Bhutto

PPP chairman says his party will expose Khan’s government that came into power through rigging. PPP has crossed rivers of blood during its valiant...

Pak Army maintains high degree of training and physical fitness standards: COAS

Bajwa said basic traits of soldiering are related to maintaining highest standards of physical fitness despite advancement in warfare technology. Army chief addressed troops...

US stocks dip as weak China data offsets good earnings

Wall Street stocks dipped early Friday following solid earnings from Coca-Cola. About 10 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.2...

At least 62 killed in Afghan mosque blast

At least 62 people were killed by a blast inside an Afghan mosque during Friday prayers. A Taliban spokesman called the attack a "major...

IMF warns of Asia’s darkening growth outlook as trade war bites

Asian nations face heightening risks to their economic outlooks as the US-China trade war. The IMF slashed China's growth forecast to 6.1% for this...

Oil ticks up as rising crude stocks are offset by products demand

Oil prices rose slightly on Friday as concern over an economic slowdown in China, the world's biggest oil consumer. Erasing earlier losses, global benchmark...

Copper climbs on Chinese property, infrastructure gains

Copper prices gained on Friday after positive Chinese data on property and infrastructure growth. Industrial metals prices were volatile after China's economic growth slowed...

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