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ZODIAC

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  1. Continuous depreciation prompted renewed stock selling, resultantly KSE-100 closes at 41,520.59 points
  2. Earlier, trading kicked off on a positive note, however, index soon succumbed to selling pressure in absence of positive triggers
  3. Price changes came into effect on July 28, however, booking for all cars has been put on hold by the company
  4. "In terms of the real economic fundamentals, we are fine but political uncertainty screwed us up," says Finance Minister Miftah Ismail
  5. Price rises as investors shift their focus towards safe-haven assets as they are considered a hedge against higher inflation
  6. At the close, the KSE-100 index drops by 206.23 points to settle at 46,333.36
  7. According to All Sindh Sarafa and Jeweller Association, precious commodity has gained Rs1,350 in last five sessions
  8. Gold price in the domestic market settles at Rs125,200 per tola and Rs107,338 per 10 grams
  9. Gold prices in the local bullion market settled at Rs124,000 per tola and Rs106,310 per 10 grams
  10. Bullion prices settle at Rs113,550 with an increase of Rs50 per tola on Monday
  11. Depreciation to pose short-term inflation challenges but would reduce drain on Pakistan's foreign exchange reserves in the longer run, says Moody's report Further depreciation in the Pakistani rupee against the US dollar is likely, given the likely evolution of the current account, which would raise financing costs and inflation short term, Moody?s Investors Service warns in its recently-released report. However, over the longer term, allowing the PKR to reflect currency fundamentals would reduce the drain on Pakistan's (B3 stable) foreign exchange reserves and enhance the sovereign's capacity to absorb shocks to trade and/or capital flows, the report states. The analysis is contained in Moody?s report titled ?Government of Pakistan - Further currency depreciation would raise financing costs and inflation short term, enhance competitiveness longer term?. According to the report, in the short run the country's central bank will face the difficult challenge of anchoring inflation expectations at moderate levels and the government's debt affordability will also likely weaken further. However, if inflation expectations are anchored and the government's liquidity risks do not rise sharply, currency flexibility would enhance Pakistan's price competitiveness in the longer run, given the current overvaluation of the PKR. Greater exchange rate flexibility would also improve the economy's shock absorption capacity by incentivizing the reallocation of resources between the tradable and non-tradable sectors of the economy. The PKR depreciated around 5% against the USD, with most of the weakening occurring over three trading days between 8 and 12 December 2017, Moody?s notes. The depreciation came on the back of a long period of broadly unchanged exchange rate, except for a one-day spike in July 2017. Since 12 December 2017, the PKR has remained broadly unchanged at these weaker levels. Moody's points out that around one-third of Pakistan's government debt is denominated in foreign currency, and further PKR depreciation would increase the country's debt burden, which was equivalent to 68% of GDP at the end of fiscal year 2017. This is higher than the median estimate for B-rated sovereigns of 55% of GDP for 2017.
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