A continuous buying spree by foreign funds turned sentiments positive at
The benchmark KSE 100-Index gained 0.31 percent or 92.20 points to 29,776.17 points on Wednesday as against 29,683.97 points posted on Tuesday.
The KSE All Share Index swelled by 0.3 percent or 66.55 points to 21,888.97 points, the KSE 30-Index increased by 0.48 percent or 99.32 points to 20,654.4 points, whereas the KMI 30-Index ballooned by 0.25 percent or 117.88 points to 48,217.09 points.
During Wednesday's trading session, the key index hit an intraday high of 29,832.90 points as against an intraday low of 29, 655.35 points.
Due to continuous inflow of foreign funds sentiments turned positive at the local bourse as index heavyweight
Cement stocks remained in the limelight as investors took fresh positions in anticipation of healthy June results while on the other hand profit-taking was witnessed in
Market volumes improved by 4.972 million shares to 112.8 million shares, capitalization surged by
Among 342 active scrips Wednesday, prices of 178 issues declined, 132 advanced, whereas values of 32 other companies stayed unchanged.
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