The Pakistan Inventory Trade has ended the week on a unfavorable word, with the benchmark KSE-one hundred index dropping 214.fifty seven factors, or -zero.forty two per cent, by the shut of the buying and selling session to succeed in 50,742.03.
Volumes have been primarily led by business banking and textile spinning firm shares because the benchmark index continued experiencing the submit-MSCI improve promoting streak.
seventy six.four million shares modified arms by the top of the session, with a complete value of almost Rs7.ninety seven billion.
Shares of 404 corporations have been traded, of which 243 gained in worth, 153 declined and eight remained unchanged.
Volumes have been led by:
Silk Financial institution Ltd: 24.3m shares traded [+2.14pc];
Summit Financial institution: 21.5m shares traded [+4.57pc];
Kohinoor Spining: sixteen.24m shares traded [+11.76pc];
Dewan Salman: thirteen.68m shares traded [+7.16pc]; and,
WorldCall Telecom: eleven.42m shares traded [+2.07pc].
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