Light it Up with vivo V30 5G: Now Available in Pakistan

Islamabad, Vivo has officially launched its latest smartphone innovation in Pakistan, the vivo V30 5G, at a competitive price of PKR 139,999. This new addition to the vivo V series introduces an upgraded Aura Light Portrait feature for enhanced photography, along with a premium 120Hz 3D Curved Screen design for an immersive visual experience. The smartphone is now available across the country, equipped with a suite of advanced features aimed at redefining user experience in the smartphone market.

According to ViVO, the vivo V30 5G's standout feature is its Aura Light Portrait, which offers a larger and softer light-emitting area for portraits, ensuring vivid facial details and delicate skin texture. The feature is complemented by Distance-Sensitive Lighting technology, which intelligently adjusts the brightness based on the distance from the camera, simplifying the task of capturing memorable moments. The smartphone also boasts a 50 MP AF Ultra Wide-Angle Camera, perfect for capturing group moments in stunning clarity, regardless of lighting conditions.

The device's visual appeal is enhanced by its 3D Curved Screen, boasting a 120Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 2800 nits, ensuring a clear and fluid display even in bright sunlight. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon® 7 Gen 3 platform, the vivo V30 5G strikes a balance between high performance and energy efficiency, facilitating smooth multitasking and gaming experiences. Additionally, its Extended RAM feature and a large 5000 mAh battery, supported by 80W FlashCharge, promise extended usage and rapid charging, respectively.

Available in two unique colors, Waving Aqua and Peacock Green, the vivo V30 5G embodies a fusion of technology and aesthetics. It is also accompanied by a one-year warranty, 15 days of free replacement, and a 6-month warranty for accessories. Certified by the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority, the smartphone supports all mobile networks in Pakistan, with Zong customers eligible for 12GB of free mobile internet over six months.

The vivo V30 5G stands as a testament to vivo's commitment to innovation and its legacy of pushing the boundaries of smartphone technology. It is now available for consumers across Pakistan, promising an unmatched combination of aesthetics, performance, and camera capabilities in the V series lineup.

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Next Capital Limited Faces Challenges with Negative Earnings Report

Karachi, Next Capital Limited (NEXT), an investment company listed since 2012, reported a downturn in its financial performance for the year ending February 2024. The company disclosed an earnings per share (EPS) of Rs. (1.71), indicating a challenging fiscal period. With a paid-up capital of Rs. 569.25 million, Next Capital did not announce any dividend for 2022, 2023, and 2024, reflecting its strategic focus on navigating through the fiscal difficulties. The firm’s report underscores the volatile market conditions and the impacts on investment companies during the period.

Lucky Core Industries Announces Notable Dividend Increase

Karachi, Lucky Core Industries Ltd. (LCI), a significant player in the chemical sector, has reported a notable increase in dividends for the year 2024. The company announced a 430% dividend, marking a substantial rise from the previous year's 350%. The earnings per share (EPS) for January-February 2024 were reported at 149.12, reflecting robust financial performance. LCI, with a long-standing presence since 1957, has demonstrated consistent growth, indicated by its significant EPS increase from the previous fiscal year.

JS Fund of Funds Reports Distributions, Reflecting Steady Performance

Karachi, The Pakistan Stock Exchange disclosed financial details for the JS Fund of Funds, revealing a distribution of Rs 4.00 per unit for the year ending in June. The fund, which listed in 2015, posted an offer price of 93.15 and a redemption price of 90.09. This distribution marks a consistent return for investors, underscoring the fund's steady performance amidst the dynamic market conditions.

Hoechst Pakistan Ltd Reports Mixed Financial Results

Karachi, In a recent financial disclosure, Hoechst Pakistan Ltd presented its performance figures to the Pakistan Stock Exchange, revealing a nuanced picture of its fiscal health. The company's daily weighted average rate stood at Rs. 96.45, with an EPS of Rs. 17.29 for the fiscal year ending in 2023. Despite a challenging environment, Hoechst Pakistan declared a significant 300% dividend, although it did not announce any bonus issue. Since its listing in 1977, Hoechst Pakistan has navigated various market conditions, maintaining its commitment to shareholder value.

HBL Growth Fund Announces 12% Distribution for 2024

Karachi, The HBL Growth Fund - (A) NC, listed on the Pakistan Stock Exchange under the symbol HGFA, announced a distribution of 12% for the year ending in 2024. The fund, which has been a part of the stock exchange since 1980, has shown a consistent performance with a turnover of 2,835.00 million rupees. The mutual fund, which has a paid-up capital of Rs. in millions, maintains a market lot of 500. The previous book closure was on June 7th, with an earnings per share (EPS) not applicable for this period.

Engro Fertilizers Shares Experience Minor Fluctuations in Trading Session

Karachi, The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSE) witnessed marginal movements in the share prices of Engro Fertilizers (EFERT) during Monday's closing session. The company, listed under several categories for its shares, showed slight variations in its trading performance without any significant highs or lows.

Engro Fertilizers, under the company code EFERT, opened at a price of 147.4 and closed slightly higher at 147.45. Throughout the trading day, the stock oscillated between a low of 145.5 and a high of 145.63, with a total of 392,590 shares changing hands. The closing price was recorded at 146.57.

In a special category for April, EFERT-APRB, Engro Fertilizers' shares remained steady. Both the opening and closing prices were marked at 149.1, with no fluctuations throughout the session. A total of 22,500 shares were traded, resulting in a closing price adjustment to 146.5.

Another designation for March, EFERT-MARB, saw a modest opening at 146.5, reaching up to 147. The shares hovered between 146.25 and 146.25, with 27,500 shares traded. This category concluded with a closing price of 145.5.

Interestingly, the May category, EFERT-MAY, reported no activity with opening and closing prices remaining at zero. However, the listed high of 152.57 did not correspond with any traded shares, suggesting an absence of transactions for this period.