Tuesday, 29 January 2013


 Latest News in Brief:
o   Islamabad-bound flight lands in Lahore
o   Zardari, Raja chair allies’ meeting
o   Karachi special court to hear Shahzeb murder case today
o   SC to continue hearing RPPs Implementation case today
o   Mind your own business, India tells Malik
o   Cabinet to approve Trade Policy today
o   ECP issues final code of conduct
o    US Senate panel approves Kerry as secretary of state
o   ECC approves gas management plan
o   Committee to set exit date for assemblies
WOLRD(Brief News):
o   Army says political tussle taking Egypt to brink
o   Niger gives green light to U.S. drone deployment: source
o   Japan approves $1.02 trillion budget for 2013/14, borrowing at new highs
o   Plane crash kills at least 20 in Kazakhstan
o   Syrian refugees top 700,000 as exodus swells: U.N.
o   Suicide bomber kills two near Somali presidential palace
o   French seal off Mali's Timbuktu, rebels torch library
o   Yahoo sees revenue climb this year, but long road ahead
o   Senators unveil immigration reform as Hispanic influence grows
o   Brazil detains band, club owners after deadly nightclub fire
o   Senate approves $50.5 billion in long-delayed Superstorm Sandy aid
o   Iran launches monkey into space, showing missile progress
o   Insight: Apple's grip on carriers, suppliers loosens
o   Gauge of U.S. business spending plans edges higher
o   Dutch Queen abdicates, Willem-Alexander to succeed
o   Egyptian protesters defy curfew, attack police stations
o   Brazil detains band, club owners after deadly nightclub fire
o   Senate immigration reform backers seek quick action
o   Pending home sales take a breather in December
o   Insight: Irish banks at mercy of international paymasters
o   Caterpillar sets cautious tone for year after low profit
o   Iran launches monkey into space: state news agency
o   Preserve CIA prisons as evidence, lawyers for September 11 suspects ask
o  Treasury needs exit plan for Ally Financial: watchdog
o  NTSB takes microscopes to damaged Boeing 787 battery
o  Exclusive: JPMorgan bet against itself in "Whale" trade
o  Exclusive: Thermo Fisher weighs Life Tech takeover-sources
o  Faulty F-35 fuel lines to be scanned in U.S. instead of Britain
o  Carmaker Fiat likely to miss debt target
o  Amazon shares set record after strong quarterly profit
o  US regulator asks Boeing for full battery history
o  Judge rejects Apple's patent award demands
Business News:

U.S.A              98.58
S.Arabia         26.28
U.K                 154.75
Japan              1.0837
Euro               132.61
U.A.E             26.84

Gold Tezabi (24-ct)     Rs53571
Silver Tezabi                Rs960.00

Tue, 29 Jan 2013

Oil up in Asian trade on US data, geopolitical unrest
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Attock Group, Lucky Cement let Karachi stocks down
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Rupee ends steady against greenback
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Yen weakens as ''currency war'' rhetoric heats up
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Oil prices rise in Asia after Wall Street rally
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Tokyo stocks mixed by break
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Pak-India trade to resume today after border flare-up
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Gas supply to Punjab industries to be restored from Feb 1: Asim
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APTMA postpones protests in Punjab after gas supply assurance
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Punjab CNG stations shut down again
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Oil prices down in Asia
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CNG stations open in Punjab
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Stocks close higher, rupee steady
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Yen slips after Japan posts record trade deficit
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Oil prices mixed in Asian trade
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