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30 Jul, 2015 KSE Live - Karachi Stock Exchange - KSE 100 index bullish trend continued and KSE crossed psychological barrier of 35000 which is highest ever level of KSE. After federal budget and fiscal year bulls entered the market and dominated the index as CPI numbers clocked in below market expectations, currently cement and fertilizers sector lead KSE-100 above record-high 35,000. Pakbiz.com 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

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KSE 100 Index Live - 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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Junaid Saleem Tue 28 Jul, 2015

Shares on Monday nose-dived at the Lahore Stock Exchange amid bearish sentiments as the LSE-25 index plunged by 170.93 points to 6159.38 against 6330.31 of last Friday. The transaction volume restricted to 7.401 million shares compared with the day previous volume of 15.122 million shares. The market resumed trading on a depressed note and remained under pressure till close of trading. The investors preferred offloaded at available rates to secure their positions. The bluechips and ready board shares like Maple Leaf Cement, Adamjee Insurance, the Fauji Fertiliser and the Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim, Pakistan Refinery, OGDC, Attock Refinery, Byco Petroleum, Glaxo Smith Kline, Askari Bank, Silk Bank, NIB Bank, Bank of Punjab, Summit Bank, PIA, Pervez Ahmed Securities, Southern Electric Power and Dewan Salman Fibre remained under selling pressure. Only a single company registered gain, 36 stayed in negative zone while 46 companies remained unchanged at their last week closing. The MCB Bank gained 98-paisa whereas the Maple Leaf Cement lost Rs 3.88, Adamjee Insurance declined by Rs 2.73, Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim shed Rs 2.42 while the Fauji Fertiliser and Pakistan Refinery were down by Rs 2.10 and Rs 1.90, respectively. The Silk Bank with trading of 5.278 million shares topped the volume leaders followed by NIB Bank with 598,000 shares.
Tanveer Tariq Tue 28 Jul, 2015

Karachi equity market remained mixed in three days’ post Eid holiday week while investors keeping an eye on Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) opted profit taking that pushed index marginally down in outgoing week. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE)-100 index closed at 35,815.20 points, shedding 72.46 points or 0.20 percent as compared to previous week’s closing at 35,887.66 points. JS Research’s analyst Raheel Ashraf said KSE depicted mixed sentiments as long-awaited Judicial Commission report declared 2013 general elections fair. Trading activity also picked up sharply in first week post Ramazan, as average volumes clocked in 38 percent Week on Week (WoW) higher at 660 million shares per day. However, activity was once again skewed towards second and third tier stocks. Banking stocks too attracted investor interest on expectations of status quo in the upcoming monetary policy. That said, foreigners returned net sellers worth $7.8 million during the week. Elixir Securities’ analyst said an unexpected outcome of MPS might set direction for the market in coming week, where consensus suggested a status quo. Also with earnings season set to begin with full force next week, interest should shift back to large caps from small caps, while foreign flows along with fluctuation in oil prices is likely to guide investors interest. Market remained directionless amidst heightened volatility during short week post-Eid as banks partially countered continual decline in oil stocks.
Rahat Ali Mon 27 Jul, 2015

The stock market witnessed high volatility ahead of the monetary policy announcement, which was due on Saturday, with investors booking profits at high levels, resulting in the benchmark KSE-100 index closing slightly lower by 72 points (0.2%) during the week ended July 24. The decline came on the back of weakening global crude oil prices that pulled down the heavyweight oil and gas sector, but was offset by a strong performance by banking stocks. Volumes picked up sharply following the return to normal trading hours after Ramazan. The week was curtailed to only three trading days after the extended holidays announced for Eid. The market kicked off on a solid note and closed above the 36,000-point barrier for the first time in history on Wednesday. The euphoria was, however, short-lived as investors chose to book profits in the remaining two sessions which saw the KSE-100 index close at 35,815.2 points at end of trading on Friday.
Shahid Mustaqim Mon 27 Jul, 2015

KSE Mid Day Report; On Thursday, until mid day, KSE-100 Index was at 35984.77 with a negative change of -71.91 and volume of 119,033,240 shares. High and Low were 36115.84 and 35934.25 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 298,345,340 shares with 330 total traded companies out of which 164 were up, 155 were down and 11 were unchanged. COMMERCIAL BANKS was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 51,940,300 shares. It was followed by CEMENT with a total traded volume of 39,567,500 shares. The three top traded companies were Dewan Cement with a volume of 20,413,500 and price per share of 15.65 (0.63), B.O.Punjab with a volume 19,039,000 of price per share of 10.16 (0.21), Pervez Ahmed with a volume 17,161,000 of price per share of 3.66 (0.33). The top three advancers were Hinopak MotorXD with price per share 921.29 (43.87), Sanofi-Aventis with price per share of 649.00 (22.03) and Khyber Tobacco share of 323.40 (15.40). The top three decliners were Nestle Pak with price per share of 10000.00 (-245.00), Bata (Pak) with price per share of 3375.00 (-175.00) and Murree Brewery per share of 960.00 (-40.00).
Zahid Kanani Fri 24 Jul, 2015

The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) has suspended all the trading terminals of Aziz Fida Husein and Company, a Karachi-based brokerage, with immediate effect. KSE Chief Compliance Officer Abbas Mirza suspended the operations of the brokerage house on Thursday after it failed to comply with KSE regulations related to the segregation of clients’ assets. Under the prevailing rules, brokers must ensure that the assets belonging to their clients are kept separated from the assets of their own. Each broker is required to maintain a separate bank account for all the fund deposits of its clients along with record/breakdown of clients’ balances. The order will make house and sub-accounts inaccessible to Aziz Fida Husein and Company for the next 14 days. It will be followed by the suspension of the trading right entitlement certificate for the brokerage house by the KSE in case it fails to come clean in the next two weeks. Speaking to The Express Tribune, a source privy to the development said the amount of unauthorised use of clients’ assets by Aziz Fida Husein and Company was around Rs125 million as on June 30. The number of clients of Aziz Fida Husein and Company is estimated to be in access of 2,000. In a separate development on Thursday, the KSE Chief Compliance Officer put three brokerage houses under regulatory restriction. Azee Securities, Darson Securities and Live Securities will not be able to open new accounts until further notice. The recent wave of orders against brokers by the compliance wing of the KSE has alarmed the brokerage fraternity, as they believe their ‘victimisation’ can drive investors away from the stock market. The brokerage houses put under restrictions were found to be in regulatory non-compliance when the KSE inspected their operations recently.
Tayyab Javaid Thu 23 Jul, 2015

Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index closed higher on Wednesday having 36056.68 points with a positive change of 169.02 and volume of 245,422,450 shares. High and Low were 36110.76 and 35887.66 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 621,473,240 shares with 390 total traded companies out of which 237 were up 136 were down and 17 were unchanged. COMMERCIAL BANKS was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 109,205,400 shares. It was followed by TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATION with a total traded volume of 95,459,500 shares. The three top traded companies were Lotte Chemical with a volume of 44,783,000 and price per share of 8.51 (0.54), K-Electric Ltd. with a volume 38,235,000 of price per share of 8.47 (0.16), B.O.Punjab with a volume 28,222,500 of price per share of 9.95 (0.60). The top three advancers were Sapphire Tex. with price per share 670.22 (30.22), Sapphire Fiber with price per share of 601.68 (26.68) and Hinopak MotorXD share of 877.42 (18.78). The top three decliners were Shezan Inter. with price per share of 905.00 (-45.00), Sanofi-Aventis with price per share of 626.97 (-32.99) and Exide (PAK) share of 1050.01 (-22.99).
Ubaid Javed Wed 22 Jul, 2015

I expect market to rally in upcoming days with direction to be dictated by results anticipation.
Nisar Noor Tue 14 Jul, 2015

Although the KSE-100 index lost 1% WoW to close at 35,112 points in the last trading session yet all estimates of a prolong correction was set aside by the bullish trend that bounced back right from the beginning to close in green with a gain of 384 points. The Index maintained its 35,000 level despite corrective move and was at 35,496 level at the close with an impressive market volume of 345.54 million shares amid brisk trading activity. The foreign investors who had pulled out US$23mn last week returning to business after making profit this week. Today’s top volume leader was PACE PAKISTAN with 46.99 million shares traded to their credit while Azgard-adeel nine and Jahangir Siddiqui were on second and third positins with 26.38 million and 19.59 million shares respectively.
Khawar Rasheed Tue 14 Jul, 2015

how we trade if i buy any share on 2.30 plz help i m new how cam earn profit
Tanveer Tani Mon 13 Jul, 2015

byco sell or hold
shahid Mon 13 Jul, 2015

KSE turns bearish; The Karachi equities turned bearish Wednesday with KSE-100 index plunging by 209 points to 35,328.83 from Tuesday's 35,537.69 points. The trading turnover stood lower at 406 million shares compared to the previous 442 million. The traded stocks' value also declined to Rs 17 billion against Rs 19.7 billion of last trading session. Of the 364 scrips traded, only 138 could appreciate while a majority, 208, lost their worth. The rates of 18 scrips stayed unchanged. The market capitalisation accumulated to Rs 7.603 trillion compared to Rs 7.631 trillion a day earlier. The foreign investors remained risk-averse and sold out net portfolios worth $6.67 million. With Jahangir Siddiqui Company leading volumes with 37 million shares trading each closing in value at Rs 31.02. The futures trade slid to 33.6 million contracts from 39.3 million. "Stocks closed bearish on institutional profit taking in overbought market," said Ahsan Mehanti of Arif Habib Corp. The analyst said falling global crude prices, rising political noise and concerns for ongoing protests against new tax levies on banking transactions of non-filers played a catalyst role in the bearish activity at KSE. "After seven consecutive sessions of upward trajectory... (the) market closed in a negative zone as profit taking was seen in cement and chemical stocks," viewed Mohammad Rizwan of Topline Securities. Moreover, he said, turmoil in China's key share indexes drove major sell-off in Asian markets. As a result, fear of foreign selling affected trading activity of local investors, said Rizwan. Index heavy-weighted stocks like ENGRO, PPL, DGKC, FCCL, LUCK and PSO witnessed some major selling that dragged down the overall market. Major activity was seen in BYCO, JSCL and DCL with volumes of 28mn shares, 21mn shares and 21mn shares respectively. The index remained under pressure today, said Mohammad Mobeen of JS Research. Profit taking, he said, was witnessed as investors got uncertain after NAB submitting a report to Supreme Court pertaining to a list of 150 mega corruption cases of three categories - financial, land grabbing and misutilisation of powers. Moving forward, the market is expected to remain rangebound.
Fahim Abdullah Thu 09 Jul, 2015

KSE-100 consolidates highest levels despite volatility. Global uncertainty over oil prices kept trading volatile at local bourse on Tuesday; however, investors’ steady interest in cement and banking scrips helped the benchmark to consolidate recent highs. KSE-100 index gained 35.41 points to close at 35537.69 points as compared to 35502.28 of the previous session. The KSE-30 Index shed 49.50 points and closed at 22237.20 points against 22286.70 points of the last closing. Sibtain Mustafa said of Elixir Securities said equities consolidated recent highs after local Energy companies traded lower on international oil prices that reacted over potential fallout of Greece from Eurozone and possibility of successful US-Iran nuclear deal.
Malik Faysal Wed 08 Jul, 2015

ogdc future?
shahid Wed 08 Jul, 2015

Dear All, Who have HUMNL hold it for a month it will be go up gradually bcoz of contract with B4u.
Rizean Shake Mon 06 Jul, 2015

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. Elixir Securities’ analyst Faisal Bilwani said Pakistan equities ended Thursday at record high above 35,000 for the first time as lower than expected inflation reading brought positives on macros in limelight while deferral of gas price hike rumour continued to fuel excitement. Fresh buying in new fiscal year both from local and foreign institutions was well supported by retail and prop book activity as turnover crossed $125 million mark.
Faisal Bilwani Fri 03 Jul, 2015

BRIndex30 opened at 21,482.51 points and remained positive throughout the trading session. It touched an intraday high of 21,902.39 points and an intraday low of 21,668.13 points and closed at 21,858.96 points which was 376.45 points or 1.75 percent higher than previous close. Total volume was 228,416,000, which was 56.28 percent of KSE All share volume and 132.78 percent of KSE 100 volume. The KSE All Share volume was 405,858,790 and KSE 100 volume was 172,031,570. BR Commercial Banks Index closed at 7,212.00 with a net positive change of 29.97 points or a percentage change of 0.42 and a total turnover of 56,200,000 shares. BR Cement Index closed at 5,362.02 points with a net positive change of 140.38 points or a percentage change of 2.69 and a total turnover of 75,975,100 shares. BR Oil and Gas Index closed at 3,603.34 points with a net positive change of 7.99 points or a percentage change of 0.22 and a total turnover of 10,664,300 shares. BR Tech & Comm Index closed at 1,248.34 points with a net positive change of 18.65 points or a percentage change of 1.52 and a total turnover of 54,500,500 shares. BR Power Generation and Distribution Index closed at 6,831.67 points with a net positive change of 56.43 points or a percentage change of 0.83 and a total turnover of 37,199,000 shares.
Viqas Gondal Fri 03 Jul, 2015

Bulls entered the market on Wednesday, tossing the KSE-100 index up by 444.75 points or 1.29 per cent to close 34,843.61 points. Bulls dominated the index as CPI numbers clocked in below market expectations at 3.16pc. Consequently, strong investor interest was witnessed in cement sector with DGKC, FCCL and MLCF all ending 1.5pc, 3.2pc and 2.2pc higher. Leveraged scrips across in the index saw positivity through the day’s trade. With expectations in the market of government imposing gas tariff hikes, SNGP and SSGC remained strong with particular investor interest, ending 4.9pc and 4.8pc higher. Possible delay in implementation of GIDC translated into a positive impact amongst fertilizer scripts as Engro, FFBL and EFERT all ended 3.8pc, 4.2pc and 1.4pc higher. BYCO continued its rally ending at Rs23.60. The market continued its recent trend with sideboards remaining in the limelight as JPGL, PTC, PIBTL and TELE all ending 8.7pc, 1.7pc, 2.0pc and 0.9pc higher, commented analyst Umair Hasan at JS Global. Volume increased by 8pc to 376m shares worth of Rs.12.9b/ $126m. Samar Iqbal at Topline Securities stated index heavy weight MCB, Engro, HUBC and OGDC contributed 210 points to the index gain of 1.3pc. HUBC rallied by 2.6pc after Supreme Court dismissed petition filed by FBR, and maintained its decision in favour of HUBC. SSGC and SNGP closed at 5pc upper limit amid rumours of change in UFG (Unaccounted for Gas) formula. Ahsan Mehanti said bullish sentiments remained at KSE amid record close led by second and third tier stocks on strong valuations. Speculations ahead of year end results led the institutional interest in selected oil, banking and fertilizer stocks. FBR withdrawals on regulatory duties on POL products, recovery in global stocks and commodities on hopes for Greek deal and higher banking spreads played a catalyst role in bullish activity at KSE
Sagheer Sandooqwala Fri 03 Jul, 2015

Why KSE continued to up grade rhythm, Bullish spree continued on Tuesday at local bourse where index at the benchmark remained on upward trajectory witnessing significant volumes traded. The Karachi stocks opened negative on Monday over foreign selling fears, however last moments institutional buying helped the market to recover early losses as the index closed in green zone reclaiming 34000 level. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index gained 305.31 points to close at 34398.86 points as compared to 34093.55 of the previous session. The KSE-30 Index added 230.33 points and closed at 21573.42 points against 21343.09 points of last closing. Despite prevailing bearish sentiments in international markets, local stocks attracted investors retailer investors were active where majority of the volumes were restricted in penny stocks, said Habib Metropolitan Financial Services’ analyst Kumail Chevelwalla. “We see index to remain volatile with relatively high inflation numbers expected today due to Ramadan which may result in temporary selling”, said Chevelwalla. The KSE-100 Index continued its bullish momentum while an overnight decline in the global oil prices kept oil sector under pressure, said JS Research’s analyst Arhum Ghous. “After Consumer Price Index number we expect a rally in banking sector”, said Ms Ghous. The market volume increased to 347.150 million shares as compared to 293.698 million shares traded in previous session. The overall market capitalisation rose to Rs 7.421 trillion as compared to Rs 7.357 trillion of previous session. Trading value at local bourse swelled to Rs 12.577 billion against Rs 8.051 billion of previous session. Out of 352 scrips, 205 scrips advanced, 116 scrips declined while the value of 31 scrips remained unchanged. The KMI-30 index jacked up by 440.30 points to close at 57271.34 points as compared to 56831.04 points of the previous session. The KSE all-share index went 209.87 points up to close at 24036.72 points as compared to 23826.85 points of the previous session. K-Electric Limited was the volume leader in the market with 30.433 million shares as it closed at Rs 8.42 followed by Byco Petroleum with trading of 30.288 million shares and closed at Rs 23.14. Pace (pak) Limited traded 28.006 million shares and closed at Rs 7.29.
Inayat Shaikh Wed 01 Jul, 2015

The Karachi stocks opened negative on Monday over foreign selling fears, however last moments institutional buying helped the market to recover early losses as the index closed in green zone reclaiming 34000 level. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index gained 208.42 points to close at 34093.55 points as compared to 33885.13 of the previous session. The KSE-30 Index added 137.19 points and closed at 21343.09 points against 21205.90 points of last closing. The market behaved erratically during the trading day with no clear direction before closing after a sudden interest in the last half an hour, said Habib Metropolitan Financial Services’ analyst Saba Mahmood. K-Electric swayed like a pendulum in the intraday as speculation was rife over the future of the company following the furore in the wake of Karachi heat wave. After the announcement of Pak Elektron conversion of National Bank of Pakistan loan into shares, scrip was in the lime light as it gained some lost ground, she added. “We continue to advise investors to stay on the sidelines and wait out the current political uncertainty”, said Ms Mahmood. Pakistan equities ended first day of the week positive on gains in index heavy banks and materials. Stocks traded volatile and tested a low of 33,800 in early trade, tracking regional markets as investors feared trickle down selling from foreigners however institutional buying and end of the fiscal year window dressing helped cover early losses, said Elixir Securities’ analyst Faisal Bilwani. “We see domestic politics to remain a dampener while institutional buying will keep interest in wider market alive with benchmark trading in a range of 300-500 points”, said Bilwani. The market volume decreased to 293.698 million shares as compared to 400.887 million shares traded in previous session. The overall market capitalisation rose to Rs 7.357 trillion as compared to Rs 7.322 trillion of previous session. Trading value at local bourse swelled to Rs 8.051 billion against Rs 12.610 billion of previous session. Out of 354 scrips, 225 scrips advanced, 113 scrips declined while the value of 16 scrips remained unchanged. The KMI-30 index jacked up by 388.17 points to close at 56831.04 points as compared to 56442.87 points of the previous session. The KSE all-share index went 114.63 points up to close at 23826.85 points as compared to 23712.22 points of the previous session. Dewan Cement was the volume leader in the market with 30.023 million shares as it closed at Rs 13.83 followed by K-Electric Limited with trading of 25.915 million shares and closed at Rs 8.27. Byco Petroleum traded 19.345 million shares and closed at Rs 22.88.
Salahuddin Shaikh Tue 30 Jun, 2015

          
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