LONDON: The pound has surged after an exit poll in Britain's Brexit election projected that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party likely will win
US President Donald Trump on Friday called for the World Bank to stop giving loans to China, one day after the institution adopted a lending plan to Beijing
Saudi Arabia’s energy minister told Reuters that OPEC and its allies would only ease supply curbs and pump more oil once global crude inventories fall and pricing reflects a tighter market,
DUBAI: The Pakistan Property Show (PPS) 2019, organised by Pakistan’s largest property portal Zameen.com, successfully concluded at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai.
ISLAMABAD: A study commissioned by the World Bank has identified 23 selected tourist sites across the province of Punjab to delineate the engagement of youth
ISLAMABAD: The Parliamentary Committee on Appointment of Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) and Members of the Election Commission of Pakistan will meet on Tuesday to consider the government and the opposition nominations for two ECP members
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is expected to request Qatar to reduce its liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies under a ‘take or pay’ long-term contract as its energy demand tumbles amid an economic slowdown.
The PSX dropped below the 38,000-mark, as the indices that opened positive lost their direction midway, but managed to find their way back to close the day at a positive counter.
Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Haider Zaidi on Tuesday said that Pakistan could provide a new dimension to the international maritime trade by linking Central Asia,
ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Tuesday allowed ex-Wapda Discos to transfer the burden of Rs14.780 billion
Britain is ramping up preparations for a no-deal Brexit by spending an extra $2.6 billion to make sure the country is ready to leave the European Union
ISLAMABD: The US dollar was reported to be on the rise again after a gradual decrease past week in the open market.
TEHRAN: Iran’s oil minister has accused the United States of using sanctions to “shock” the global oil supply and gain market clout for its booming shale oil production