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PMEX registers trading contracts worth Rs51bn

PMEX: Trading activity increases by 13.63% DoD
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April 15, 2024 (MLN): The Pakistan Mercantile Exchange (PMEX) on Friday registered traded contracts worth around Rs51 billion, marking a significant surge of 63% DoD compared to the previous close of Rs31.2bn. 

At the same time, with an increase of 48% DoD in the number of lots traded, 35,147 lots changed hands, compared to 23,476 during the previous session. While, the commodity exchange closed at 10,421, up by 0.26% DoD.

Gold continued to stay in the spotlight, contributing significantly to the trading volume with transactions worth Rs36.15 billion. Following closely behind, NSDQ 100 recorded trading valued at Rs4.12bn.

Currencies through COTS also made a prominent spot, clocking in at Rs2.36bn. In addition, Platinum, Crude Oil, and Silver attracted substantial attention from investors as well and their transactions stood at Rs1.85bn, Rs1.45bn, and Rs3.45bn, respectively.

Moreover, transactions of Natural Gas transactions reached Rs183.8 million, DJ at Rs543.8m, Copper at Rs280.28m, SP 500 at Rs274.5m, and Brent at Rs48.7m.

In the agricultural commodities segment, Cotton saw active trading, with 21 lots amounting to Rs24.17m changing hands.

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Posted on: 2024-04-15T12:18:37+05:00