Forget India, profit from ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan: Barron’s Asia

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Forget India, profit from ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan: Barron’s Asia
By APP
February 9, 2017
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ISLAMABAD: Investors should forget India and instead profit from the ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan along with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Barron’s Asia said.
In an article, America’s financial magazine advised investors where profit is to be had through stock investments.
It pitched Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh as the places to be, saying the trio is enjoying fast-paced growth, embracing reforms and look set to enjoy a demographic dividend over the long term.
“Forget India. Investors looking for the next big thing should look to its South Asia neighbors instead – Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka,” Barron’s Asia said.

Pakistan will be 16th largest economy by 2050: PwC report
According to the article, the three countries with a combined 390 million people represent what Morgan Stanley chief global strategist Ruchir Sharma calls “the quiet rise of South Asia” as opposed to India which has been “flattered by spasms of hype for years”.
“A substantially higher economic growth rate than in many other economies globally, coupled with fantastic demographics that will continue supporting growth for many years ahead,” East Capital fund manager Adrian Pop told Barron’s Asia.

Pakistan will become major destination for international companies: PM Nawaz
The article mentions that Pakistan is the flag-bearer of positive changes taking place in the South Asian nations.
Inflation is under control, the budget deficit has been reduced and, more importantly, terrorism finally appears to be on the back-foot, given more assertive action by the army.
This along with Chinese investment in the transportation and energy sectors will be crucial to higher growth.
“More power capacity is key for Pakistan to move to an even higher economic growth rate,” said Pop. In December, the Pakistan Stock Exchange sold 40 percent stake to a consortium of Chinese investors.
The Karachi stock index is up by about 50 percent since the start of last year, propelled by index compiler MSCI’s decision to bump up the country to the emerging markets status.

Fitch affirms Pakistan at ‘B’; outlook deemed stable
Bangladesh benefits from a growing working age population and rising labor costs elsewhere in Asia. Garment manufacturing for western clothing companies has increasingly moved from China to places like Bangladesh, where wages are lower.
 

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Forget India, profit from ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan: Barron’s Asia
By APP
February 9, 2017
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ISLAMABAD: Investors should forget India and instead profit from the ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan along with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Barron’s Asia said.
In an article, America’s financial magazine advised investors where profit is to be had through stock investments.
It pitched Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh as the places to be, saying the trio is enjoying fast-paced growth, embracing reforms and look set to enjoy a demographic dividend over the long term.
“Forget India. Investors looking for the next big thing should look to its South Asia neighbors instead – Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka,” Barron’s Asia said.

Pakistan will be 16th largest economy by 2050: PwC report
According to the article, the three countries with a combined 390 million people represent what Morgan Stanley chief global strategist Ruchir Sharma calls “the quiet rise of South Asia” as opposed to India which has been “flattered by spasms of hype for years”.
“A substantially higher economic growth rate than in many other economies globally, coupled with fantastic demographics that will continue supporting growth for many years ahead,” East Capital fund manager Adrian Pop told Barron’s Asia.

Pakistan will become major destination for international companies: PM Nawaz
The article mentions that Pakistan is the flag-bearer of positive changes taking place in the South Asian nations.
Inflation is under control, the budget deficit has been reduced and, more importantly, terrorism finally appears to be on the back-foot, given more assertive action by the army.
This along with Chinese investment in the transportation and energy sectors will be crucial to higher growth.
“More power capacity is key for Pakistan to move to an even higher economic growth rate,” said Pop. In December, the Pakistan Stock Exchange sold 40 percent stake to a consortium of Chinese investors.
The Karachi stock index is up by about 50 percent since the start of last year, propelled by index compiler MSCI’s decision to bump up the country to the emerging markets status.

Fitch affirms Pakistan at ‘B’; outlook deemed stable
Bangladesh benefits from a growing working age population and rising labor costs elsewhere in Asia. Garment manufacturing for western clothing companies has increasingly moved from China to places like Bangladesh, where wages are lower.
Good for you.. How many shares are you buying then ?
 

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Ok then , good for you.

India has been performing well during the last decade and is expected to do well.
 

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@Neo
Forget India move towards Pakistan, if you say so, but some facts for you.
India Pakistan
Economy $ 2.3 trillion $284 billion
Growth rate 7% 4%
Forex Reserve $367 billion $ 22 billion:rofl:
Revenues $480 billion $45 billion:hehe:
Pakistan's own media says 30-40% of national income goes towards interest payment, still Pakistan is borrowing heavily.
As for 2050, if the trend continues Pakistan will collapse completely, even a giant like USSR couldn't endure such conditions.
Friend, everyone has a right to have pipedreams, but Pakistan are definitely world leaders in self-delusion.
Well, good luck to you.:truestory:
 

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Forget India, profit from ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan: Barron’s Asia
By APP
February 9, 2017
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PHOTO:FILE

ISLAMABAD: Investors should forget India and instead profit from the ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan along with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Barron’s Asia said.
In an article, America’s financial magazine advised investors where profit is to be had through stock investments.
It pitched Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh as the places to be, saying the trio is enjoying fast-paced growth, embracing reforms and look set to enjoy a demographic dividend over the long term.
“Forget India. Investors looking for the next big thing should look to its South Asia neighbors instead – Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka,” Barron’s Asia said.

Pakistan will be 16th largest economy by 2050: PwC report
According to the article, the three countries with a combined 390 million people represent what Morgan Stanley chief global strategist Ruchir Sharma calls “the quiet rise of South Asia” as opposed to India which has been “flattered by spasms of hype for years”.
“A substantially higher economic growth rate than in many other economies globally, coupled with fantastic demographics that will continue supporting growth for many years ahead,” East Capital fund manager Adrian Pop told Barron’s Asia.

Pakistan will become major destination for international companies: PM Nawaz
The article mentions that Pakistan is the flag-bearer of positive changes taking place in the South Asian nations.
Inflation is under control, the budget deficit has been reduced and, more importantly, terrorism finally appears to be on the back-foot, given more assertive action by the army.
This along with Chinese investment in the transportation and energy sectors will be crucial to higher growth.
“More power capacity is key for Pakistan to move to an even higher economic growth rate,” said Pop. In December, the Pakistan Stock Exchange sold 40 percent stake to a consortium of Chinese investors.
The Karachi stock index is up by about 50 percent since the start of last year, propelled by index compiler MSCI’s decision to bump up the country to the emerging markets status.

Fitch affirms Pakistan at ‘B’; outlook deemed stable
Bangladesh benefits from a growing working age population and rising labor costs elsewhere in Asia. Garment manufacturing for western clothing companies has increasingly moved from China to places like Bangladesh, where wages are lower.
Bhai gaur se pad , article is written by Kuffur yindooo baniya Ruchir Sharma
He along with Darindar Modi and Ajit Devil will try to take over all the money of the greatssssst cuntry of the world ie Pakistan

Sab RAAAAW kee sajish hai , Bhai bachke
 

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Forget India, profit from ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan: Barron’s Asia
By APP
February 9, 2017
3

PHOTO:FILE

ISLAMABAD: Investors should forget India and instead profit from the ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan along with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Barron’s Asia said.
In an article, America’s financial magazine advised investors where profit is to be had through stock investments.
It pitched Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh as the places to be, saying the trio is enjoying fast-paced growth, embracing reforms and look set to enjoy a demographic dividend over the long term.
“Forget India. Investors looking for the next big thing should look to its South Asia neighbors instead – Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka,” Barron’s Asia said.

Pakistan will be 16th largest economy by 2050: PwC report
According to the article, the three countries with a combined 390 million people represent what Morgan Stanley chief global strategist Ruchir Sharma calls “the quiet rise of South Asia” as opposed to India which has been “flattered by spasms of hype for years”.
“A substantially higher economic growth rate than in many other economies globally, coupled with fantastic demographics that will continue supporting growth for many years ahead,” East Capital fund manager Adrian Pop told Barron’s Asia.

Pakistan will become major destination for international companies: PM Nawaz
The article mentions that Pakistan is the flag-bearer of positive changes taking place in the South Asian nations.
Inflation is under control, the budget deficit has been reduced and, more importantly, terrorism finally appears to be on the back-foot, given more assertive action by the army.
This along with Chinese investment in the transportation and energy sectors will be crucial to higher growth.
“More power capacity is key for Pakistan to move to an even higher economic growth rate,” said Pop. In December, the Pakistan Stock Exchange sold 40 percent stake to a consortium of Chinese investors.
The Karachi stock index is up by about 50 percent since the start of last year, propelled by index compiler MSCI’s decision to bump up the country to the emerging markets status.

Fitch affirms Pakistan at ‘B’; outlook deemed stable
Bangladesh benefits from a growing working age population and rising labor costs elsewhere in Asia. Garment manufacturing for western clothing companies has increasingly moved from China to places like Bangladesh, where wages are lower.
This stock market

http://www.dawn.com/news/1313759/psx-rocked-by-rs7bn-scam-authorities-vow-decisive-action

It was kept up by a scam:pound::pound::pound:
Typical pakistani drama.

Ye bhi FARZI nikla:hehe:

Now good look calling for investment from even domestic once forget foreign investors:hippo:

@Neo
 
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series of revelations, that as much as Rs7bn were misappropriated by stockbrokers from their clients over the past six months, have rocked the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) — which recently gained global prominence as one of the best-performing stock markets in the region.

On Thursday, while talking to Dawn.com, PSX Chairman Muneer Kamal confirmed that investors had been looted by brokers.
 

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ISLAMABAD: Investors should forget India and instead profit from the ‘quiet rise’ of Pakistan along with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Barron’s Asia said.
In an article, America’s financial magazine advised investors where profit is to be had through stock investments.
It pitched Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh as the places to be, saying the trio is enjoying fast-paced growth, embracing reforms and look set to enjoy a demographic dividend over the long term.
“Forget India. Investors looking for the next big thing should look to its South Asia neighbors instead – Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka,” Barron’s Asia said.

Pakistan will be 16th largest economy by 2050: PwC report
According to the article, the three countries with a combined 390 million people represent what Morgan Stanley chief global strategist Ruchir Sharma calls “the quiet rise of South Asia” as opposed to India which has been “flattered by spasms of hype for years”.
“A substantially higher economic growth rate than in many other economies globally, coupled with fantastic demographics that will continue supporting growth for many years ahead,” East Capital fund manager Adrian Pop told Barron’s Asia.

Pakistan will become major destination for international companies: PM Nawaz
The article mentions that Pakistan is the flag-bearer of positive changes taking place in the South Asian nations.
Inflation is under control, the budget deficit has been reduced and, more importantly, terrorism finally appears to be on the back-foot, given more assertive action by the army.
This along with Chinese investment in the transportation and energy sectors will be crucial to higher growth.
“More power capacity is key for Pakistan to move to an even higher economic growth rate,” said Pop. In December, the Pakistan Stock Exchange sold 40 percent stake to a consortium of Chinese investors.
The Karachi stock index is up by about 50 percent since the start of last year, propelled by index compiler MSCI’s decision to bump up the country to the emerging markets status.

Fitch affirms Pakistan at ‘B’; outlook deemed stable
Bangladesh benefits from a growing working age population and rising labor costs elsewhere in Asia. Garment manufacturing for western clothing companies has increasingly moved from China to places like Bangladesh, where wages are lower.
The above highlighted words are proof enough that the article is giant pile of horseshit.
 

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Makes sense, when a country like Pakistan hits rock bottom the only way to go is up. The question is has it hit rock bottom yet or is it going to continue to plummet downwards? The author is mistaken about the destructive power of Islam.
 

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Exactly the kind of reactions I expexted. :bounce:
The article is not written by Pakistani analyst, but a foreign based Indian.:scared2:

Jallo marro, I am enjoying the replies :pound:
 

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Guys chill, stock markets trends are a terrible measure of a country's GDP. Pakistan's stock exchange is very new and thus investors will be expecting to make a quick buck, I don't see how this new can be interpreted as good or bad other than for those investors. The stock market is fetishised too much.

The fact that China can buy 40% of Pakistan's stock market for under $100m says it all.
 

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Exactly the kind of reactions I expexted. :bounce:
The article is not written by Pakistani analyst, but a foreign based Indian.:scared2:

Jallo marro, I am enjoying the replies :pound:
So now you believe Indians :shock:, you guys are very innocents :hail:
Already one baniya named Jindal is looting Pakistan
Bhaijaan yindoo baniya is very clever ,he will sell Pakistan and you will love him for it
Aap zara Bach ke rehna
 

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Exactly the kind of reactions I expexted. :bounce:
The article is not written by Pakistani analyst, but a foreign based Indian.:scared2:

Jallo marro, I am enjoying the replies :pound:
Would love to see Phone Market expanding in Pakistan, specially when it's manufacturing is shifting to India!:biggrin2:

Hint: Analyzing Economy over stock markets!
Did you see Indians jumping over crash of Chinese stocks?

Good for short term investments but you are nowhere near in competitive index. Jaldi neeche jaoge, nahi toh kuchh aur karo. It's crucial for sustaining position.

Anyway, as long as Pakistani middle class is expanding, it's best dumping market.
Give us MFN and India will make sure that you save $7 billions, extra money you pay for Chinese products.

Let's see if Pakistani brain is able to trump emotions! Or not?:)
 
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Didn't China bought 40 percent of karachi stock exchange for some petty amount?

Anyways if the news is good then it's good for the porkis..
 

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That rubbish has been written by a dork named Daniel Shane! Oh yeah! But he missed out including Pakistan as the next great superpower!

Doesn't this idiot know that stocks don't reflect real growth? In the real economy there are several factors that cause disproportionate returns, which is why GDP growth and stock market returns are not an ‘exact match’.

The idea that nominal equity market returns approximate the country’s GDP growth rate is historically uninformed and intellectually dishonest. If there were any merit to the idea that equity market returns should approximate GDP growth rate, we would see this in a tight relationship between the two variables across countries. But we don’t.

 

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Makes sense, when a country like Pakistan hits rock bottom the only way to go is up. The question is has it hit rock bottom yet or is it going to continue to plummet downwards? The author is mistaken about the destructive power of Islam.
No actually what the article states is right. Pakistan do not produces anything. Now they have started importing Tomatos, Ginger and potatos from India. You can get more benefit from a country which do not produce anything. In India you will face competition.

However, one thing he forget to mention is that what will happen in case your business place is blown by bomb.
 

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here is the truth, pakistan taking secret loan.....OMG

 

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