Oil and fertilizer stocks impress amid recovery: JS Global

Pakistan’s oil and fertilizer stocks look best poised to gain from a continued rally of stock prices into next year, predicts Atif Malik, head of international sales at JS Global Capital. But the market is still waiting for the return of leverage products.

  • 30 Nov 2010

The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) looks set to continue this year’s stock rally into 2011, and oil and fertilizer companies look particularly well-placed to benefit says Atif Malik, head of international sales at JS Global Capital.

The KSE has rallied this year to reach around 75% of its 2008 ...

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