Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has had a rough six months. He’s seen street protesters nearly oust him, some of the worst fuel shortages in recent memory and a child massacre that shocked the world.
Beyond the negative headlines, he’s also managed to start turning around the economy. Lower oil prices, higher remittances and increased consumer spending are pushing growth toward a seven-year high. Corporate earnings are soaring, stocks have surged and the currency is among the world’s top performers.

Read the Bloomberg story here: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-16/bombs-protests-and-blackouts-fail-to-cripple-pakistan-economyPakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has had a rough six months. He’s seen street protesters nearly oust him, some of the worst fuel shortages in recent memory and a child massacre that shocked the world.
Beyond the negative headlines, he’s also managed to start turning around the economy. Lower oil prices, higher remittances and increased consumer spending are pushing growth toward a seven-year high. Corporate earnings are soaring, stocks have surged and the currency is among the world’s top performers.

Read the Bloomberg story here: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-16/bombs-protests-and-blackouts-fail-to-cripple-pakistan-economy