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  1. It is often said, and is also backed by a study or two as well, that for men, bromance matters more than romance. Turns out, male friendships are stronger and longer lasting than romantic relationships for a lot of men and we just may have found out the reason behind it. © Excel Entertainment You see, as dreamy as it is for men and women to fall in love alike, there is nothing that surpasses the bond that two friends can share, especially when they can bond over things that two lovers can possibly never can. We are talking about all the absurd, weird, hilarious and sentimental things that men can bond with their other bros over and develop bromances that go a long long way. Here are some of the things that probably all men would relate to - 1) Women via GIPHY Just like women may love to talk about men, men love to bond over women and their dating experiences with their fellow bros. From talking about a girl that they found cute, to a harmless crush on a teacher, men often engage in banter over women - be it celebrity crushes or Sharma Ji’s daughter next door. Not to forget, endless conversations about trying to figure out what women really want and failing, also ultimately bonds men. 2) Drinking © T-Series Not that women don’t or can’t bond over drinks with their girlfriends, but men do too and more often more than women. Nothing excites a guy more than a fellow bro asking him “kya peeyega” and popping open a bottle. Maybe, chai and sutta would have the same impact, but bonding over drinks is the ultimate real deal. 3) Money © iStock From recent investments to what they thought about the sensex, men love to sit down and talk about money. Especially with almost every other person roped in on crypto, conversations about money and how to save or double it, gets every man going! 4) Cars and Bikes © Excel Entertainment Once again, not denying that women would not bond over this, but men certainly do. Every new model that hits the market instantly becomes a topic of conversation between men, especially when one of them is planning to buy a car. There is perhaps just something about these shiny cars and bikes that makes men feel like young boys in love. 5) Struggles © Excel Entertainment Another underrated topic that a lot of men often forge bonds over is by talking about their bit of struggles. It may be assumed that since we live in a male-dominated society, things are relatively easier for men, but that isn’t so. Men, too, fall under a lot of pressure from society and like to open up about what they’re going through with other men who would relate without a shadow of a doubt. 6) Video Games © iStock You could be 18 or you could be 42, but if you’re one of those who ever got hooked to an XBox or a Playstation or even Counter Strike on your desktop, then chances are you’ll always be a videogame person for the rest of your life. And that means enjoying conversations about games and forming undying friendships with friends you play with. 7) Memes © iStock Possibly an unpopular opinion, but one that holds a lot of relevance in today’s day and age, nothing connects men more than sharing some epic and relatable memes with each other. After all, why wouldn’t you make a bro out of someone who manages to make you smile every single day with the best memes! 8) Failure via GIPHY Misery loves company, and turns out, makes for some of your best friends in life. More than they like to talk about their success, men like to be candid and discuss their failures. And what would bring two guys closer than sharing their deepest failures and insecurities with each other and finding comfort in being real. View the full article
  2. PIA's assets ? such as land, buildings, and ships ? will be mortgaged as collateral for these bonds, say sources
  3. Federal cabinet aims to generate $3.5 billion during current fiscal year through international bonds
  4. Lahore, Islamabad and Multan airports, M3 and Islamabad-Chakwal motorways to be pledged as guarantee to issue Islamic Sukuk bonds
  5. Ben Affleck was directing a show fin Las Vegas eaturing Jennifer Lopez's mom earlier in the week
  6. A Pakistani utility company on May 27 launched the country's first-ever US dollar-denominated green Eurobonds
  7. Bonds can be converted to premium prize bonds, special saving certificates or defence saving certificates till May 31, 2021
  8. The unregistered bonds remained attractive for investors, as the stock increased 3% to Rs739 billion by the end of October 2020
  9. PM Imran Khan's aide, Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, terms ADB's first-ever Pakistani rupee-linked 'Karakoram' bonds 'an excellent initiative'
  10. Photo: OnlineStrong sibling ties can help buffer adolescents from the stress of witnessing parents? battles and unresolved conflicts, a small study suggests.Researchers found that feelings of insecurity and other psychological problems stemming...
  11. A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, US, November 20, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files NEW YORK: US fund investors stampeded into bonds and world stocks during the latest week, ignoring warning signs about stretched prices, according to the Investment Company Institute (ICI). During the week, nearly $17 billion poured into equities ? the most in any week since June. Bonds took in even more cash ? at $19 billion, the most on records that date to 2013, according to the trade group. The rush of cash into rising markets shows the resiliency of bonds, at least in terms of demand from investors, but also highlights people's more ambivalent relationship with stocks. Equities just a week earlier recorded a $21 billion withdrawal. While they won much of that back during the most recent week, 80 percent of that money moved into products that focus on stocks abroad, not in the United States. Domestic stock funds attracted just $3.4 billion, ICI said. "Many investors decided that it made sense to take profits," Kristina Hooper ? Invesco Ltd's global market strategist ? said, referring to the prior week. "By the next week, it was almost as if investors had done a 180 and were pouring money into equities. The whole time we've seen fixed income remain popular." Demand for bonds has endured yield spikes over the last two months that pushed long-dated Treasuries' prices down sharply and led billionaire bond veteran Bill Gross of Janus Henderson Group plc to declare a bear market in bonds. The two-year Treasury yield is at its highest levels in nearly a decade, breaching the two-percent mark. The 10-year is near 2.6 percent, up from 2.1 percent in September. Investors responded to that threat by pouring $15.8 billion into taxable bonds ? the most in any week since June 2015 ? and another $3.2 billion into municipal bonds, the most on records dating to 2013, according to the ICI. The data covers mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) based in the US. "There may not be a lot of difference between stocks and Treasuries in terms of valuation," said Hooper. "We want to be very vigilant because there's vulnerability in stretched valuations."
  12. KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan has received $2.5 billion earned from the recent issuance of euro and sukuk bonds. Last week, Pakistan raised $1 billion in a five-year Sukuk and $1.5 billion in ten-year Eurobond transactions. After the receiving of payments, the foreign exchange reserves of the country have increased to $22 billion, according to an official handout. According to a Finance Ministry handout after the issuance last week, the profit rate for the Sukuk is 5.625 per cent and for the Eurobond is 6.875 per cent, respectively. The order book for Pakistan?s sovereign papers was over $8 billion but Pakistan picked up only $2.5 billion in order to ensure low final yields on the Sukuks and Eurobonds. Pakistan raises $2.5 billion through Sukuk, Eurobond The profit rate for the Sukuk is 5.625% and 6.875% for the Eurobond The 6.875 per cent rate for the 10-year Eurobond was said to be the lowest ever rate, as no 10-year bond has ever been sold at a cheaper rate by Pakistan in the international capital markets. Pakistan has never executed multiple tranche transactions worth $2.5 billion simultaneously, the ministry had stated further. About 44 per cent of the orders were placed by investors from Europe, 24 per cent from Asia, 20 per cent from North America, eight per cent from Middle East and 12 per cent from other regions. The process of issuance of Sukuk and Eurobond included roadshows in Dubai, London, Boston and New York by a team comprising Prime Minister's Special Assistant on Economic Affairs Miftah Ismail, Finance Secretary Shahid Mahmood and State Bank of Pakistan Governor Tariq Bajwa. Pakistan plans to raise $500 mn to $1 bn via sukuk or Eurobond: sources Govt said it would raise $1 billion via sukuk bond in the 2017/2018 fiscal year The approval to issue Euro and Sukuk bonds was accorded by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. The roadshows ended on November 28, 2017 and book building process closed on November 29, 2017. The subscription agreement with the joint lead managers provides that the certificates or interests therein will not be offered, sold or transferred directly or indirectly in Pakistan, to residents of Pakistan, or for the account or benefit of such persons.
  13. The University of Oxford is to issue its first ever bond in an effort to raise £250 million ($332 million, 279 million euros) on financial markets. Photo: AFP file LONDON: The University of Oxford is to issue its first ever bond in an effort to raise £250 million ($332 million, 279 million euros) on financial markets, it said on Tuesday. It is the latest British university to do so as the higher education sector comes under pressure from government cuts and seeks to benefit from very low-interest rates. Oxford ?has appointed JP Morgan to hold a series of investor meetings while it considers a possible debut offer to the bond market?, a spokesman said, confirming the amount. Other UK higher education establishments have sought to diversify their finance base with bond offerings in recent years ? the universities of Cardiff, Cambridge, Liverpool and Manchester all figured on a Bank of England list of bonds eligible for purchase in April of this year. Credit rating agency Moodys gave the University of Oxford a triple-A rating on Tuesday. The prestigious university, north of London, is attended by more than 23,000 students across 38 colleges, and is the largest employer in the Oxfordshire region, supporting around 17,000 jobs. Research grants and contracts were the University of Oxford?s main source of income in 2015-16, to the tune of £537.4 million. Its credit rating is on par with that held by the University of Cambridge, and higher than the UK government?s current Aa2 status, which was downgraded in September over concerns Brexit could hurt the country?s overall growth. ?The stable outlook on Oxford?s rating reflects our view that Oxford is less susceptible to pressures affecting the UK higher education sector than its lower-rated UK peers due to its exceptional market position, diversified revenues, and resilient balance sheet,? Moodys said in a press release on Tuesday. The Financial Times reported that Oxford?s debt obligations would have a 100-year duration.
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