The benchmark KSE 100-Index slipped further by 0.06 percent or 18.57 points to 28,741.55 points Thursday as compared to 28,760.12 points recorded Wednesday.
The KSE All Share Index inched up marginally by 0.03 percent or 6.98 points to 21,316.66 points, the KSE 30-Index dipped by 0.14 percent or 28.47 points to 19,695.79 points, and the KMI 30-Index fell by 0.19 percent or 85.21 points to 45,646.05 points.
During Thursday's trading session, the key index touched an intraday high of 28,928.25 points as against an intraday low of 28, 716.64 points.
Market remained range bound once again largely due to a decline in cements stocks, particularly
However, the banking sector is expected to outperform on account of heavy participation in long-term government paper in recently held auction of Pakistan Investment Bonds (PIBs) where
The finalization of
Market volumes decreased by 80.317 million shares to 145.666 million shares, capitalization improved by
Among 355 active scrips Thursday, prices of 186 issues declined, 143 advanced, whereas values of 26 other companies stayed unchanged.
Rafhan Maize was the top price gainer with increment of 537.
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