Benchmark KSE – Index lost 659 points today continuing the streak of losing points throughout the week. The index was bearish on the ongoing Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meeting currently taking place in France. Interim Finance Minister Dr. Shamshad Akhtar also left for France to make the case for Pakistan.
Volume traded at KSE – 100 index decreased by 11.5 percent during the session after total volume clocked in at 106.435 million versus 120.329 million yesterday.
Cement, Fertilizer, E&P and OMC Companies during today’s session was at the bottom today after collectively contributing more than 420.32 points.
Sector-wise all share index top sector turnover was led by Commercial Banks (22.983 million), Chemical (14.45 million), and Power Generation and Distribution (21.532 million).
KSE – 100 Index at the day end moved a total of -659.15 points down by 1.58 percent, closing in at 40,978.23 with index high – low range of 41,843.09 – 40,900.74
KSE – All Share Index Volume was at 164.360 million shares, the value of shares traded for all-shares index reached PKR 6.943 billion.
The index moved in the range of 942.35 points.
14 companies closed up, whereas 77 were down at the day end.
Punjab Oil Mills Limited
EFU General Insurance
Attock Petroleum Limited
Bank Of Punjab
Fauji Cement Company Limited
Sui Southern Gas Company Limited
Pak Int Bulk Terminal Limited
Habib Metro Bank Limited
Sui Northern Gas pipelines
DG Khan Cement