KSE – 100 fell again today after closing in green yesterday; the index lost more than 323 points at day end down by 0.71 percent closing at 45478.63 points. The day started off relatively positive after gaining more than 160 points at the outset. However, foreign institution selling dragged the index downward further during the day. Reportedly, HBL -3.2 percent and OGDC -0.5 percent were hit the hardest from the foreign selling.
Volume traded at KSE – 100 index increased by 15.66 percent during the session after total volume clocked in at 85.183 million versus 73.647 million yesterday.
Commercial Banks, Oil & Gas Explo: Companies, and Cement scrips during today’s session were at the bottom after collectively taking away more than 221.7 points.
Sector-wise all share index top ten sector turnover was led by Cement (18.629 million), Chemical (15.837 million), and Commercial Banks (14.224 million) with OMCs (6.926 million) and Tech & Communication (4.846 million) stocks trailing at the bottom.
KSE – 100 Index at the day end moved a total of 323.10 points up 0.71 percent, closing in at 45478.63 points with index high – low range of 46003.96 – 45423.95.
KSE – All Share Index Volume was at 155.976 million shares, the value of shares traded for all-shares index reached PKR 8.358 billion.
KSE 100 Chart, Mettis Global
The index moved in the range of 580.01 points.
28 companies closed up, whereas 65 were down at the day end.
Gainers of the Day
J.D.W. Sugar Mills
Colgate – Palmolive Pakistan
Attock Petroleum Limited
Losers of the Day
Phillip Morris Pakistan Limited
Bank of Punjab
Fauji Cement Company
Engro Fertilizer Limited
Sui Southern Gas Company
Oil & Gas Development Company Limited
D.G. Khan Cement Company
International Steel Limited
Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Company Limited