The benchmark KSE 100-Index declined by 0.29 percent or 82.80 points to 28,760.12 points Wednesday as compared to 28,842.92 points posted Tuesday.
The KSE All Share Index shed 0.43 percent or 92.72 points to 21, 309.68 points, the KSE 30-Index fell by 0.5 percent or 98.31 points to 19,724.26 points, whereas the KMI 30-Index skidded lower by 0.19 percent or 87.98 points to 45,731.26 points.
During Wednesday's trading session, the key index scaled an intraday high of 28,967.53 points as against an intraday low of 28, 738.04 points.
Due to confusion over capital gain tax rate in the upcoming budget, some profit-taking was seen in leading stocks.
Market volumes improved by 91.541 million shares to 225.984 million shares, capitalization dipped by
Among 365 active scrips Wednesday, prices of 199 issues plunged, 140 advanced, whereas values of 26 other companies stayed unchanged.
Rafhan Maize was the top price gainer with increment of 250.
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