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25 Jul, 2017

Karachi Stock Exchange - Rising tension between Pakistan and India took its toll on the stock market as the benchmark-100 index plunged 1.41% Wednesday, wiping off most gains made in the previous few trading sessions. Concerns over domestic politics as well as uncertainty over the future of Pakistan-India relations were enough to make investors jittery, who took little time to decide on an exit. Stocks fell soon after the opening bell and the KSE-100 Index slid below 40,000, bringing an end to gains in speculative plays and penny stocks. At close, the Pakistan Stock Exchange’s benchmark KSE-100 index finished 1.41% or 569.04 points lower to end at 39,771.42. 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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Live KSE 100 Index - 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.
These non market capitalization contributing sectors are as follows:

> Bonds
> Non Equity Inv Instruments
> Stock Index Future Contracts

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Wali Thu 18 May, 2017

any news regarding kasb shares status
Muhammad Jamil Fri 12 May, 2017

I have purchased shares from Karachi Stock Exchange and trust me this page is truly heaven for stock brokers like us who can check the information about stocks here online even from home.
Asad Thu 11 May, 2017

Late session interest in banking and oil stocks supported the index to close above session lows after WTI crude prices surge near to $50/barrel on output cuts and reports on rising banking spreads. Concerns for leverage issues and uncertainty over outcome of Panamagate case hearings played a catalyst role in bearish activity, stated analyst Ahsan Mehanti.
Danish Sat 18 Mar, 2017

Trading remained downwards choppy at PSX as the index juggled between higher 90 and lower 218 points amid thinning market participation on the back of heightened monitoring by the apex regulator. Consequently, the benchmark shares index remained little changed, gaining 18 points or (0.04%) to close at 49,452.71 level, brokers said. Trade remained thin on concerns for slump in cement export sales and liquidity crunch of non-compliant brokerage firms. Concerns for dismal exports and falling global crude prices invited mid-session pressure. Rising banking spreads and pre-federal budget speculations played a catalyst role in bullish close, said analyst Ahsan Mehanti.
Faysal Thu 09 Mar, 2017

The China Mobile Pakistan (Zong) has announced another $200 million investment in Pakistan at its Annual Business Conference.
Danish Tue 07 Feb, 2017

Pressure remained in blue chip stocks at PSX on institutional uncertainty in global equities, the index closed slightly negative by 36.44 points or (down 0.07%) to close at 48,642.21 level. Market opened on a positive note and rallied to make an intraday high of 292 points but came under selling pressure as the day progressed. Major decline was seen in OGDC as Privatisation Commission announced to sell 5 percent shares. Stock declined by 5 percent, brokers said.
Aman Wed 18 Jan, 2017

A broad rally led by the cement sector on Thursday carried the KSE-100 index to its fourth consecutive day of gains. The benchmark added 242 points, or 0.51 per cent, to close at another all-time high of 47,666.66. As investors’ participation increased, volumes jumped 43pc to 390 million shares while the value rose 13pc to Rs18.6bn. Investors seemed en­thus­ed as the index opened up 242 points and also closed marginally below its intraday high. Fauji Cement and Dawood Hercules stood out as major contributors to the index gains, cumulatively adding 58 points. Fauji Cement hit its upper circuit and Dawood Hercules rose 3pc.
tahir Sat 31 Dec, 2016

Investors’ interest was seen in automobile sector as it gained to close (2%) higher than its previous session close. HCAR (rose 5%) and PSMC (2.43%) were major movers of the aforementioned sector. Pakistan State Oil (PSO) gained to close in the green zone on the back of the news that Competition Appellate Tribunal, in response to plea filed by HASCOL, has upheld Competition Commission of Pakistan’s decision in which it gave clearance to PSO for acquisition of 84 million shares from Shell in Pakistan Refinery Limited (PRL).
Fahim Tue 27 Dec, 2016

The trade deficit in merchandise rose nearly 20 per cent year-on-year to $11.775 billion in the first five months of the current fiscal year because of falling exports and increase in imports. The deficit stood at $2.493bn in November, a rise of 14.3pc compared to $2.181bn a year ago, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday. The drop, along with fall in remittances, has contributed to the rising current account deficit in the first four months of the current fiscal year.
Anjum Wed 14 Dec, 2016

China’s news and business social media platform reported on Wednesday that the three operators, namely the SSE, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, and the Shanghai-based China Financial Futures Exchange, would like to buy stakes in the PSX, but the three operators declined to comment on the acquisition at the current stage. A Shenzhen Stock Exchange source told China Daily that “there is nothing I can say about this deal at the current stage.”
Raees Thu 08 Dec, 2016

Pakistan equities settled lower with the start of new week on Monday as participants resorted to profit-booking because of growing noise on the domestic political front. At close, the Pakistan Stock Exchange’s benchmark KSE 100-share Index recorded a decline of 1.06% or 439.40 points to end at 40,852.03. KSE-100 index opened gap down and continued to skid lower as the day progressed with index names mainly dealing a blow amid no serious institutional participation. Only $57 million worth of shares changed hands on the benchmark index, down 41% versus last week’s average.
Tahir Tue 25 Oct, 2016

Pakistan stocks ended bearish on Monday amid institutional profit taking in oil, banking and fertilizer scrips. The KSE 100 index shed 181.59 points to close at 41,282.72. OMCs outperformed on upbeat oil sales for September 2016. Pressure in global crude prices, weak local fertilizer prices, dismal car sales data and falling global equities played a catalyst in the bearish trend at PSX, said senior analyst Ahsan Mehnti. After a positive opening on Monday, wider market traded volatile and then succumbed to selling pressure as investors, wary of market direction, grabbed opportunity to offload their positions in risky bets, said Elixir Securities equity analyst Ali Raza. He added that turnover on KSE100 index witnessed a decline of 13 percent, relative to this month's average, as institutional investors preferred to remain on the sidelines amid political noise and on chatter of foreign selling.
Majid Tue 18 Oct, 2016

Founders Group of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry has said that Kalabagh dam should be built at any cost as it would ensure economic development of the country within the shortest possible time. In a meeting, leaders of the LCCI Founders Group said that Pakistan direly needed cheap electricity, water for agriculture sector and prevention of devastating floods and it could be possible only through big water reservoirs like Kalabagh Dam.
Anwar Thu 13 Oct, 2016

plz tel me about pasl kya yeh bhary ga
Muhammad Asad Fri 30 Sep, 2016

Pakistan equities continued to trade volatile in another topsy-turvy finish to the day, with the benchmark-100 index closing only marginally positive. A negative start was followed by an impressive bull run that ended as the KSE-100 approached 40,500. Gains in select industrials and consumer plays were offset by losses in E&Ps and select index names.
Amjad Thu 29 Sep, 2016

Mamnoon Hussain ( President of Pakistan) urges SAARC nations for joint efforts against corruption Mamnoon urges SAARC nations for joint efforts against corruption 27-Sep-16 ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon H ... 'SAARC anti-graft forum vital to promote joint efforts in region' 27-Sep-16 ISLAMABAD: The Minister for La ... Karachi: Pakistan Equities managed to recoup some of the losses, incurred during last trading week, as investors ignored Indo-Pak tension. Market surged sharply on Monday as retail investors along with select institutional investors went on buying spree and pushed benchmark KSE100 index soared by 438.81 points to close at 40220.76 level. With the positive opening the market started on the front foot and benchmark Index steadily increased during the day as participants downplayed recent geopolitical concerns related to India-Pakistan and resumed aggressive buying primarily in second and third tier names, analysts at Elixir Securities said adding that the main-board plays also had a field day on reports of select institutional investors' interest as index names to the likes of United Bank, Engro Corp, Fauji Fertilizers, Nishat Mills, Hub Power and DG Khan Cement led day's gains and cumulatively contributed more than 30 percent points to KSE 100 index.
Anas Tue 27 Sep, 2016

I think upcoming Dharna and Rally, can be hit Karachi Stock Exchange, now market looks like under pressure due to country's political tension and across the border possible mishap.
Waheed Tue 27 Sep, 2016

Any body can guide me about whome companies shares i should buy
Akram Sun 25 Sep, 2016

KSE-100 Index of Pakistan Stock Exchange traded amidst an all time high market volume of 903 million volumes indicating brisk trading activity here on Tuesday. The market volume took a quantum jump due to more and more day trading in smaller stocks which raised the volume yet the Index level dropped by 74 points to close in red at 40340 levels. The volume leader of the day was Dewan Salman with a trading activity of over 70 million to their credit. The other two top volume leaders were PACE Pakistan and Bank of Punjab with respective trade of 59.84 million and 50.26 million shares. According to market analysts the index may gain unprecedented high in the coming sessions when the investment comes to bigger scrips with the expected stability in the international oil prices.
Farooq Wed 21 Sep, 2016

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