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29 Nov, 2015

KSE-Pakistan Stock Exchange - KSE drops 0.8% as foreign investors continue to sell. The stock market consolidated its position around 34,000 points and fell a meagre 0.84% in the week ended November 20, though foreign investors continued to offload their holdings and crude oil prices dropped 2.3% in the international market. Towards the end of the week, many investors held off making major movements before announcement of the monetary policy statement by the State Bank of Pakistan on Saturday. The central bank kept the benchmark policy rate unchanged at 6% for the next two months and its impact on the bourse will emerge in trading next week. provides KSE 100 index live details and experts’ opinion on this page. Moreover, many KSE stock investors are submit their valuable tips and stock research reports as well. The following page shows KSE market highlights of all current data of KSE such as ; KSE 100 Index, KSE All Shares, KSE 30 Index, KMI 30 Index respectively. This page is just facilitates to all new and old visitors regarding KSE market trend. Any shareholders can get real time stock market position with all details. KSE market summary shows each company’s shares on this platform for the convenience of share holders. All the KSE market data are taken from Karachi stock exchange. Read more

Nov 27, 2015 19:35
Status: Closed Volume: 122,326,360 Value : 6,265,735,588.00 Trades: 49,197
Symbols KSE100 Index AllShare Index KSE 30 Index KMI 30 Index All Share Islamic Index
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KSE 100 Index Share Price - The Karachi Stocks extended gains on Thursday with the index crossing psychological barrier of 35000 ended at highest ever level on the second consecutive day of newly started fiscal year over the investors’ continued euphoria in cement and fertiliser stocks. KSE-100 index gained 342.95 points to close at 35186.56 points as compared to 34843.61 of the previous session. The KSE-30 Index added 220.52 points and closed at 22122.68 points against 21902.16 points of the last closing. As on January 4th, 2015 there are 579 companies listed in KSE and the total market capitalization is Rs. 7,439.095 billions. The listing is done on the basis of strict rules and regulations laid out by Securities Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) & Karachi Stock Exchange (Guarantee) Limited. All the listed companies are categorized in various main business sectors. There are total 36 sectors listed on Karachi Stock Exchange. Out of these, 33 sectors contribute towards the market capitalization and all the listed companies (excluding their future contracts) are divided among these. Rests of the 3 sectors are allocated for indexes, futures bonds etc.
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The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) recorded on Friday the third straight day of bearish trade as investors resorted to sell profits amid lack of triggers which forced the main index to close below 33,900 points. During the week that ended on November 20, the benchmark KSE-100 Index sank by 287.78 points as four out of five trading sessions ended in red zone. The main index declined by 0.15 percent by 51.44 points to 33.857 points on Friday when compared with 33,908.44 points reported on Thursday. The KSE All Share Index slipped by 0.16 percent or 37.23 points to 23,714.27 points, the KSE 30-Index dipped by 0.27 percent or 54.94 points to 20,000.79 points, the KMI 30-Index fell by 0.51 percent or 291.42 points to 56,380.27 points, whereas the newly launched Islamic All Share Index reduced by 0.23 percent or 36.92 points to 15,715.49 points. During Friday’s trading session, the key index travelled in a narrow range of 172.35 points as it touched an intraday high of 34,008.23 points as against an intraday low of 33,835.88 points. Market capitalisation decreased by 0.15 percent or 10.876 billion rupees (106.635 million U.S. dollars) to 7.175 trillion rupees (70.349 billion dollars) while trade value slumped by 2.99 percent or 183.183 million rupees (1.795 million dollars) to 5.933 billion rupees (58.174 million dollars). Among 361 active scrips on Friday,the prices of 189 issues depleted, 154 advanced, whereas values of 18 other companies stayed unchanged.
Usama Fri 20 Nov, 2015

Activity on the local bourse remained range-bound on Thursday due to lack of triggers. The KSE-100 index marginally dropped by 40.82 points to close near the day’s low at 33,908.44. Investors were also worried over the huge selling by foreigners a day ago. “Extraordinary activity was seen in Silk Bank with traded volume of 44.9 million shares due likely to buying by High Net-Worth Individuals (HNWI),” said analysts at Topline Securities. Other volume leaders were also small-cap stocks like Byco Petroleum and First Capital Securities with traded volume of 9m and 7.8m shares. Foreign funds bought stocks worth $1.25m. Volumes stood higher at 189.8m shares from 184.4m, while traded value fell 24 per cent to Rs6.1 billion from Rs8bn a day ago, due to investor interest in low-cap stocks. Fertiliser stocks remained under pressure on reports of urea price cut by local manufacturers and expectation among investors that gas tariff might again be raised in January 2016.
Jameel Fri 20 Nov, 2015

KSE 100 Index ends negative despite foreign buying. The index saw another day of lacklustre trading with interest restricted to across small-caps. Lack of meaningful triggers and select sectors under pressure meant the index remained range-bound.
Shafeeq Fri 20 Nov, 2015

Islamic Index launched at KSE. Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said that those who were forecasting bankruptcy of Pakistan have been buried with their grim prophesies. Ishaq Dar was speaking at the launching of All Shares Islamic Index at Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) on Wednesday. Ishaq Dar said that the government is focusing on promotion of Islamic Banking in the country. The Finance Minister said that Islamic Index would have positive impact on the stock market. He said 225 companies have been listed in the Islamic Index. Now the business of shares can be carried out according to the principles of Sharia. Finance minister said that the introduction of Islamic bonds in the stock market will attract more investment. He said there are numerous opportunities of investment in Islamic Banking in Pakistan. Dar said that foreign investors are taking interest in investing in Pakistan due to prudent policies being pursued by the government.
Mahboob Wed 18 Nov, 2015

KSE up in line with regional markets. Following global markets recovery, the KSE’s benchmark 100-share index Tuesday rose by 119.46 points to close at 34,065.87 points level. Traded volumes improved by 45% to 190m shares, while traded value increased by 26% to Rs.7.2b/$68m. Analyst Ovais Ahsan said the market moved up following a bounce back in regional markets. Major index movers were Habib Bank (up 1.55%) and Pakistan State Oil (up 1.15%). The rally in Mari Petroleum (up 4.64%) continued as investors speculated that the government could allow them to price new discoveries at higher prices under Petroleum Policy 2012. The cement sector also rallied buoyed by optimism over the CPEC as a government minister was quoted in the press saying that the western route of CPEC would be completed by December 2016. Major gainers in the sector were DGKC (up 1.02%), LUCK (0.39%) and KOHC (2.49%), observed analysts. Major activity was seen in PACE, SSGC and DCH with volumes of 30m, 13m and 13.6m shares respectively.
Aleem Tue 17 Nov, 2015

KSE rallies by 330 points after bevy of positive news. The stock market bounced back strongly on Thursday after Moody’s lifted outlook of Pakistan banking system to stable and World Bank reported 4.5pc projected growth outlook for 2015-6. The KSE 100-index rallied by 330.52 points or 0.97% and settled at 34264.56 points. The market welcomed a bevy of positive news flow including a World Bank report forecasting 4.5% GDP growth for the current fiscal year and the government handing over 280 hectares of land to China Overseas Port Holding for the development of Gwadar port, observed analyst Ovais Ahsan at JS Global. HBL went up by 1.07% and UBL rose 0.94%. ENGRO, up 3.29%, was the main index mover while SNGP, which appreciated 0.94%, was the volume leader of the day. Cement companies, which will be key beneficiaries of demand arising from China Pakistan Economic Corridor, rallied. The Managing Director KSE’s comment that Pakistan will join MSCI Emerging markets index in June 2016 also encouraged the bulls, the analyst added. Dealers at Topline Securities said Moody’s upgrade of Pakistani banking sector outlook from negative to stable sent some positive vibes to the market which helped benchmark index to close up by 0.96%. Stable outlook on banks also helped banking stocks like, BAFL, NBP, HBL and UBL to gain 1.08-1.98%. Analyst Ahsan Mehanti said pressure remained in oil stocks on falling global crude prices. Upbeat data on auto sales for Oct’15 and investor interest in leverage stocks amid speculations ahead of SBP policy rate announcements next week played a catalyst role in bullish sentiments. Traded volume improved by10% to 167m shares, while traded value increased by 29% to Rs.8.7b/$83m. Major activity was seen in SNGP, SSGC and JSCL with volumes of 10m, 9.9mnand 9.6m shares respectively.
Hassan Ali Fri 13 Nov, 2015

KSE-100 INDEX SLIGHTLY DOWN WITH 24 POINTS. Karachi—KSE-100 Index as indicated in the previous report traded on sidelines amid yet another lackluster trading session witnessing a slight decline of 24 points to close in red at 33,934 levels here Wednesday. According to market analysts, the current closing level could which may drag the index as some key stocks are also showing weakness at the current level. However, market experts were expecting a cut in policy rate in the forthcoming Monetary Policy Review of the State Bank of Pakistan in the middle of the current month of November likely help trigger market sentiment and the confidence of the investors. In today’s trading session where market volume was around 152 million shares, PACE Pakistan was the volume leader of the day with a trade of over 12 million shares while SSGC and TRG Pakistan were the second and third volume leaders with trade of 11.24 million and 10.30 million shares respectively.
Riyazr Wed 11 Nov, 2015

On Tuesday, until mid day, KSE-100 Index was at 34273.30 with a negative change of -63.17 and volume of 47,515,750 shares. High and Low were 34359.05 and 34168.35 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 81,272,650 shares with 247 total traded companies out of which 105 were up, 128 were down and 14 were unchanged. OIL & GAS MARKETING COMPANIES was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 20,310,500 shares. It was followed by POWER GENERATION & DISTRIBUTION with a total traded volume of 10,000,000 shares. The three top traded companies were TRG Pak Ltd with a volume of 5,013,500 and price per share of 41.75 (0.03), Pak Refinery with a volume 3,827,000 of price per share of 48.32 (1.05), Pace (Pak) Ltd. with a volume 3,760,500 of price per share of 8.33 (0.05). The top three advancers were Exide (PAK) with price per share 997.00 (24.05), Packages Ltd. with price per share of 592.50 (20.08) and Ghandhara Ind.XD share of 246.84 (11.75). The top three decliners were Indus Motor Co SPOT with price per share of 1140.00 (-16.72), MithchellsFruit with price per share of 415.25 (-15.21) and Pakistan Cables per share of 154.85 (-8.15).
Ibrahim Tue 10 Nov, 2015

Karachi—KSE-100 Index upheld its declining trend with a loss of 90 points to close in red at 34,336 levels amid a lackluster trading session here on opening trading session of the week on Monday. In fact, the index traded sideways which could slide down from current levels as not only the last candle’s formation is bearish but some key stocks are also showing weakness at current levels, which could drag the index down. However amid a market volume of 219 million shares traded today, Sui Southern was volume leader of the day with a trade of 30.75 million shares traded to their credit while K Electric and Descon Oxychem were the second and third volume leaders with 26.55 million and 22.78 million shares trade respectively. However 207 losers and 101 gainers gave a dismal picture today’s session. Meanwhile the international oil prices fell to US$44.10/bbl on Friday as the US Dollar hit a 7-month high after US Jobs data came in better than expected.
Nazeer Tue 10 Nov, 2015

Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) administration on Thursday has directed officials to limit businesses to shares trading and do not conduct currency exchange activities. The administration has stated that members are only allowed to open brokerage houses and carry on share-related businesses. The KSE authorities have warned of stern action against persons who do not follow the order. No member is allowed to indulge in currency exchange business. The administration has also warned of revoking of violators’ licenses. Separately, KSE stocks are rising owing to oil and cement
Sabir Thu 05 Nov, 2015

Karachi—KSE-100 contrary to the expectations of a bullish run dipped to close in red with a drop of 70 points at 34,261.60 levels on the last trading session of the week as well as of the month on the back of selling pressures and consolidating of the positions by the investors, Although the index at one point of time touched as high as 34, 464 levels and was likely to cross the 34,500 levels yet the bulls could resist the bearish sentiments in a lacklustre trading session with dull market volumes as well. However positive macro indicators as well as flow of strong corporate results the market could pick up at any moment despite depressed performance of the regional bourses. The International oil prices were slightly lower as US GDP came in just below expectations. However, the market is on course to post gains of nearly 3% this week. Volumes also remained low today as most participants await Chinese manufacturing data on Monday morning next week.
Raja Sat 31 Oct, 2015

Al-Shaheer Corporation: A Interim Cash Dividend for the Quarter Ended Sep 2015 at Rs Nil per share i.e NIL %.This is in addition interim Dividend(s) already paid at Rs Nil per share i.e NIL %. It has been recommended by the board of directors to issue Bonus share in the proportion of 35 Share(s) for every 100 Share(s) held i.e 35%. This is in addition to the interim Bonus Shares already issue @NIL %.
Basit Zohaib Sat 31 Oct, 2015

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mma Fri 30 Oct, 2015

KSE-100 CONTINUES BULLISH RUN WITH 269 POINTS GAIN. The KSE-100 index added 269 points to close in green at 34.330.84 levels indicating the bullish momentum to take the index towards its critical resistance level of 35,000 levels in the comings sessions. In the present scenario the oil & gas sector looked strong at current levels on the back of stability seems to have return to international oil prices which were increased by 6% on Wednesday despite a stronger US dollar. The market moved north after inventory data showed an increase of 3.4mnbbl. However, Gasoline and distillate inventories fell, suggesting a pickup in demand. It is important to note that short covering also contributed to the rally. In a little bit improved market volume at 192.39 million shares K Electric was the top volume leader with a trade of 18.43 million shares while PACE Pakistan and Pak Electron with a trade of 1516 million and 7.20 million shares respectively. Out of the total market activity 191 scrips were gainers, 156 losers and 10 remained unchanged.
Ahsan Mobarak Fri 30 Oct, 2015

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hira Thu 29 Oct, 2015

KSE stock market market on the back of better than expected results in the fertilizer, cements and banking sectors. FFC up 2.5pc announced its result today declaring an EPS of Rs10.14. After the announcement of the result the sector rallied closing EFERT, FFBL and Engro up 0.22pc, 1.53pc and rose 0.40pc respectively. A rally was seen in PSO up 5.0pc as it announced an EPS of Rs11.97, resultantly a rally was triggered and shortly the scrip hit its upper limit, commented analyst Ahmed Saeed Khan. After better than expected results announced by the banking sector today, rally was seen in the sector where the big five banks closed comfortably in the green zone, while top performers in the sector today were ABL up 2.73pc, FABL by 2.69pc and NBP up 1.35pc respectively.
Shaheena Ameen Thu 29 Oct, 2015

Bulls finally return to the market on Wednesday led by banking and cement scrips on healthy corporate earning announcements at KSE. The KSE-100 Index posted a gain of 217.59 points or 0.64pc to settle at 34,061.42 points level. After closing negatively in the last five sessions, Pakistan’s benchmark index took a breather, driven by better than anticipated result and smooth roll-over, observed analysts at Topline brokerage. PSO announced outstanding 1QFY16 result, which pushed the stock to close at its upper limit. Moreover, DGKC and NBP also announced better than expected Sept quarter results, enabling the socks to close up by 1.7pc and 1.3pc respectively. Traded volume today increased by 29pc to 163m shares while traded value increased by 16pc to Rs.9.3b/ $88m. Uncertainty in global commodities invited late session profit-taking in oil, fertilizers and textile stocks. Trade remained in leverage stocks amid falling borrowing costs and hopes for upbeat CPI Inflation data for Oct'15 played a catalyst role in positive close, stated analyst Ahsan Mehanti.
Adeel Mahmood Thu 29 Oct, 2015

Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) held a general meeting of its shareholders to consider and adopt a special resolution for approving the schemes of integration of KSE with Lahore Stock Exchange (LSE) and Islamabad Stock Exchange (ISE), respectively, and change of name of KSE to "Pakistan Stock Exchange Limited". The chairman emphasised that with cessation of licenses of LSE and ISE to function as stock exchanges, Pakistan Stock Exchange would emerge as the single national stock exchange of the country, serving investors in a seamless and efficient manner.
Shahzaib Shamim Wed 28 Oct, 2015

Why KSE 100 index in under pressure? Please give me some reasons, as far as, current scenario, i think due to earthquake incident, low international oil prices, foreign investors selling pressure and mostly local investors are not participating with full fledged.
Maira Khan Tue 27 Oct, 2015

KSE close of day 26 October, 2015. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index closed lower on Monday having 33860.64 points with a negative of 84.68 and volume of 82,664,640 shares. High and Low were 34090.16 and 33848.36 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 146,725,040 shares with 345 total traded companies out of which 138 were up 186 were down and 21 were unchanged. COMMERCIAL BANKS was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 23,857,100 shares. It was followed by MISCELLANEOUS with a total traded volume of 15,765,900 shares. The three top traded companies were Pace (Pak) Ltd. with a volume of 14,483,500 and price per share of 7.44 (0.09), NIB Bank Limited with a volume 4,191,000 of price per share of 1.95 (0.03), Inter.Steel Ltd with a volume 3,940,500 of price per share of 27.26 (0.72). The top three advancers were Bata (Pak) with price per share 2934.00 (139.00), Murree BreweryXD with price per share of 1144.50 (54.50) and Hinopak Motor per share of 1150.83 (46.77).
Veqar Shah Mon 26 Oct, 2015

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