Home Tags NPL

Tag: NPL

Most Recent

Weekly SPI Increases by 6.54% YoY

January 23, 2021 (MLN): The Weekly Sensitive Price Indicator (SPI) for the Combined Group increased by 0.32% during the week ended Jan 21, 2021 while the SPI increased by 6.54% compared to the corresponding period from last year.

According to data released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) the Combined Index was at 140.15 compared to 139.7 on Jan 14, 2021 while the index was recorded at 131.55 a year ago, on Jan 23, 2020

Out of the 51 monitored items, the average price of 19 items increased, 8 items decreased whereas 24 items registered no change during the week.

The weekly SPI percentage change by income groups showed that SPI increased across all quantiles ranging between 0.06% and 0.41%.

The Lowest Income Group witnessed a weekly increase of 0.06% while the highest income group recorded an increase of 0.41%.

On an yearly basis, analysis of SPI change across different income segments showed that SPI increased across all quantiles ranging between 5.69% and 7.93%.

Yearly SPI for the Lowest Income Group increased by 7.93% while the highest income group recorded an increase of 5.69%.

The average price of Sona urea stood at Rs.1725 per 50 kg bag which is 0.35% lower than last week’s price and 14.26% lower when compared to last year.

Meanwhile, average Cement price was recorded at Rs.593 per 50 kg bag, which is 0.51% higher than the previous week and 8.01% higher than prices last year.

 

Copyright Mettis Link News

DGKC revives its plan to expand cement capacity

January 22, 2021 (MLN): D.G. Khan Cement Company (DGKC), owned by Pakistan Tycoon Mian Mohammad Mansha, has revived a plan to expand its capacity to tap growth as the nation recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to Bloomberg, the cement maker, is considering increasing its daily output by 8,000 to 12,000 metric tons.

The people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg that the final decision is expected by the end of next month.

Speaking to Mettis Global News on the above development, Mr. Inayat Ullah Niaz, Chief Financial Officer of DGKC said, “ we are currently working on it and the corporate approval has been obtained, however, the size of the increase in capacity is yet to be decided.”

The company had first decided to expand its capacity by 12,000 tons a day in Nov’19 and was awaiting approval.

To highlight, the provincial government of Punjab last month approved new plants. The approvals have been granted to D.G. Khan Cement, Dandot Cement Co., Global Cement, and Cane Cement told Abdul Karim, an economic adviser at Punjab’s Industries, Commerce, and Investment Department to Bloomberg. There are more applications for cement plants under process with the provincial government, he added.

Copyright Mettis Link News

E-commerce users boomed but orders didn’t follow to the...

When the coronavirus struck and forced the physical world to shut down, it was...

PSX Closing Bell: Nervous Shakedown

January 22, 2021 (MLN): The KSE-100 index ended Friday’s session with a loss of 116 points to close at the 45,868-index level, concluding the lackluster performance down by 0.25% DoD.

Investors remained cautious ahead of the MPS announcement, however, at the end of the session, investors' sentiments revived as State Bank kept the policy rate unchanged at 7%, a closing note by Ismail Iqbal Securities highlighted.

The Index traded in a range of 422.10 points or 0.92 percent of the previous close, showing an intraday high of 46,115.10 and a low of 45,693.00.

Of the 96 traded companies in the KSE100 Index, 35 closed up 60 closed down, while 1 remained unchanged. The total volume traded for the index was 236.25 million shares.

Sector-wise, the index was let down by Oil & Gas Exploration Companies with 45 points, Fertilizer with 21 points, Oil & Gas Marketing Companies with 14 points, Power Generation & Distribution with 11 points, and Technology & Communication with 9 points.

The most points taken off the index was by TRG which stripped the index of 27 points followed by ENGRO with 14 points, MARI with 14 points, PPL with 13 points, and OGDC with 12 points.

Sectors propping up the index were Engineering with 10 points, Textile Composite with 10 points, Glass & Ceramics with 6 points, Insurance with 5 points, and Transport with 4 points.

The most points added to the index was by SYS which contributed 19 points followed by KTML with 14 points, INIL with 10 points, FFBL with 9 points, and GHGL with 6 points.

All Share Volume decreased by 175.75 Million to 430.63 Million Shares. Market Cap decreased by Rs.19.01 Billion.

Total companies traded were 391 compared to 418 from the previous session. Of the scrips traded 142 closed up, 232 closed down while 17 remained unchanged.

Total trades decreased by 21,742 to 126,287.

Value Traded decreased by 2.10 Billion to Rs.15.83 Billion

CompanyVolume

Top Ten by Volume

K-Electric54,062,500
Fauji Foods24,684,000
Invest Capital Investment Bank23,728,000
Pakistan International Bulk Terminal21,726,500
Fauji Fertilizer Bin Qasim20,997,000
TRG Pakistan16,525,000
Hum Network16,224,000
Silk bank14,639,500
Azgard Nine14,311,500
Unity Foods11,953,194

 

SectorVolume

Top Sector by Volume

Power Generation & Distribution63,401,567
Technology & Communication54,422,600
Inv. Banks / Inv. Cos. / Securities Cos.38,661,615
Commercial Banks38,113,469
Food & Personal Care Products35,328,950
Engineering23,104,382
Transport22,772,600
Fertilizer22,402,449
Textile Composite21,349,840
Chemical18,046,850

 

 

Copyright Mettis Link News

 

Gold breaks four-day long rally as rates come down...

January 22, 2021 (MLN): Gold price broke its four-day streak row in the domestic bullion market on Friday as it declined by Rs 600 to Rs 112,800 per tola against the price of Rs 113,400 per tola reported in the previous session.

According to the data provided by the All Sindh Saraf Jewellers Association, the price of 10-gram of 24k gold also declined by Rs 514 and was sold for Rs 96,708 at the closing of trade as opposed to Rs 97,222 reported yesterday.

However, silver rates remained unchanged at Rs 1,300 per tola. The price of 10 grams of silver also remained the same at Rs 1,114.54.

In the international markets, the gold prices went down by USD 25 and traded at USD 1,845 per ounce against USD 1,870 per ounce recorded yesterday, while silver was valued at USD 25.25 an ounce.

Copyright Mettis Link News

Popular Posts