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Islamic Credit Cards: A Necessity or Luxury - 0 views

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    Islamic never encourages one to become indebted unless it is necessary. Following Ahadith show the viewpoint of Islam on debt creation, especially while it is beyond one's capacity to repay and to what extent it should be avoided and used to meet only one's necessary requirements.
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Egalitarian Objectives & Present State of Islamic Finance - 0 views

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    There are 5 full-fledged Islamic banks operating in Pakistan and 15 conventional banks with Islamic banking branches. The growth in Islamic finance industry has been consistently in double digits. The share of the industry in the banking system has risen to over 7 percent from just 0.5 percent in 2002.
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Shariah Compliance: A Human Resource Perspective - 0 views

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    Investment in stocks is permissible in Islam. However, forwards, futures, options, swaps, short selling etc in stock trade cannot be used.
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Malaysia's Alkhair says in the market for bank buy - 0 views

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    KUALA LUMPUR: Alkhair International Islamic Bank Malaysia is seeking central bank approval to start talks to acquire a Malaysian bank, its chief executive said on Thursday.
Riffat Mughal

The Future of Islamic Banking Sector - 0 views

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    Shayne Nelson, Regional CEO, MENA, Standard Chartered talks about the future of Islamic Banking sector after the great financial crisis.
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Selecting the Best Funds: Learn to use SHARPE Ratio - 0 views

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    Sharpe ratio is named after William F. Sharpe who introduced a risk-adjusted measure of return that is often used to evaluate the performance of a portfolio.
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Market Mechanism: Useful or Useless? - 0 views

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    As per Islam, this world is a place for test and this test requires some people to be privileged and some to be deprived so that people can meet their needs interdependently.
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Islamic Equity Funds: Net assets decline by 4.17pct in August - 0 views

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    KARACHI: Pakistan's key Islamic equity funds performance remained low during the month of August, 2011 as the cumulative net assets of the four major Islamic equity funds fell by 4.17 percent Month-on-Month (MoM) to Rs 5,174.501 million as at August 31, 2011 from Rs 5,399.576 million as at July, 2011.
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