"There was also no fresh news that's why we were flat," she added.
Except for services, majority of the sectors either managed to recover or stay safely on the green side. Mining and oil had the largest improvement, rising by 0.83 percent, or 113.49 points to 13,766.55, while property had a 0.78-percent advance, or 17.84 points to 2,300.54.
Industrial went up by 0.78 percent, or 70.94 points to 9,166.33, and financials had an additional 2.47 points, or 0.16 percent to close at 1,515.36. Holding firms slightly moved up by 0.01 percent, or 0.58 points to 5,524.80. Services, however, was the sole sector that ended in the red, losing 0.32 percent, or 6.08 points to 1,871.88.
Total value turnover also almost remained the same at
Some of the most actively traded stocks on Friday were
On Thursday, the benchmark index didn't manage to prolong its run and ended up in the red for the first time in six days. The PSEi snapped out of its six-day winning streak to fall by 0.17 percent, or 10.59 points to 6,101.72, while the broader allshares index went down by 0.12 percent, or 4.41 points to 3,698.69.
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