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10 Feb, 2016

KSE - Karachi 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. 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


Feb 09, 2016 19:34
 Market
Status: Closed Volume: 148,438,470 Value : 7,774,187,823.00 Trades: 60,863
 
Symbols KSE100 Index AllShare Index KSE 30 Index KMI 30 Index All Share Islamic Index
Advanced89
Current32444.20
Current22608.51
Current18963.84
Current55054.99
Current15313.59
Declined210
High32717.41
High22767.97
High19144.82
High55465.77
High15433.20
Unchanged11
Low32421.02
Low22595.63
Low18933.47
Low55019.93
Low15308.75
Total310
Change-262.02
Change-143.59
Change-160.27
Change-410.78
Change-116.36
 KSE Market Summary  KSE Trade Screen

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.
These non market capitalization contributing sectors are as follows:

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

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Congrats! to all who act on my advice to take DSFL and took the profit , Similarly take ICIBL which is available on attractive rate will be touch 2.0 and now on 1.17 rate, Do not miss this chance to take ICIBL for good hansome profit
navy Wed 03 Feb, 2016

Weekly Review: The stock market bounced back after three consecutive weeks of decline as a surge in oil prices helped the benchmark KSE-100 index gain 349 points (1.1%) to close at 31,298 during the week ended January 29. The KSE-100 suffered a torrid start to 2016 with the index falling 2,279 points (5.7%) in the opening three weeks of the year as turmoil in regional markets coupled with plummeting crude oil prices wreaked havoc on the bourse.
Rahat Mon 01 Feb, 2016

Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Chairman Nisar Mohammad Khan said on Thursday that collections on account of customs duty improved to Rs180 billion in the first six months (July-Dec) of the current fiscal year against Rs135.3bn in the same period of last year. Briefing Senate Standing Committee on Finance at the Parliament House, he said that with the additional revenue measures taken last month, the FBR collected Rs4.5bn in December last through levy of regulatory duty on luxurious items and an additional one per cent tax on imported products. However, senators were amazed to note that an increase of 32.6pc had been witnessed despite reduction in the prices and the volume of imports, especially oil.
Rustam Fri 29 Jan, 2016

Karachi—Although it was a slight gain of 27 points, yet it helped KSE-100 to close in green above 31000 levels indicating resilance of the market here on Wednesday. Different factors including global economic slow down which affected the worldwide demand of oil in the face of increasing supply created a glut in the market claiming an impact on the bourses across the world. However, the international oil prices rallied on Tuesday after the Iraqi oil minister said Saudi Arabia and Russia were showing signs of agreeing to tackle the oil glut. The gains, however, were short-lived as analysts suggested that such an agreement was unlikely. As a result, oil dropped by 3% and was last trading near US$30/bbl. On the home front the overall market volume remain dull at 119 million keeping the investors away from trading activity. TRG Pakistan was top performer in terms of volume with a trade of 7.35 million shares to their credit while Silk Bank and Fauji Cement were second and third volume leaders with a respective trade of 6.12 million and 5.71 million trade.
Sunny Thu 28 Jan, 2016

Karachi—KSE-100 bounced above 31,000 after a gain of 116 points to close in green at 31,065 levels here on the first trading session of the week on Monday. Although there was no positive change market volume at 129 million shares traded today, yet the low price stocks however attracting domestic as well as international investment. In market activity, TRG Pakistan was the volume leader of the day with a trade of 12.30 million shares, while PACE Pakistan and Japan Power were second and third volume leaders with respective trade of 10.16 million and 8.44 million shares to their credit. According to market analysts, the future is on the side banking, building material and oil based stocks going forward. It is important to note that international oil prices rallied by a staggering 10% on Friday, one of the biggest daily rallies ever. Given the extreme positioning, the gains can be attributed to short covering. The rally continued in early trading on Monday as the US dollar declined and equity markets rose once again. However, profit taking emerged on Monday afternoon and prices had fallen to US$31.20/bbl.
Tabbassum Mon 25 Jan, 2016

The Hi-Tech Lubricant has established its new blending and filling plant with a huge investment of Rs1.7 billion which is going to be operational in March this year. The project will cost the company around Rs1.9 billion after its expansion, and it is being financed through a debt to equity of 38:62. The state-of-the-art plant will cater the mid tier users of lubricants, leading to at least 7 percent decline in prices of lubricants in Pakistan where no significant cut in mobil oil prices have been witnessed despite heavy drop in global oil prices. High-Tech Lubricants Chief Executive Officer Hassan Tahir, while talking to The Nation, said that HTLL is an integrated unit, producing international standard specifications lubricants in HDPE bottles, filling, capping and labelling of finished products on an automated high accuracy filling line. He said that HTLL also decided to go public where we would eventually open Zic service centres. These outlets will be franchised and also company-owned. “We are looking at over 37 outlets across the country. These outlets would be one-stop-shop with services like car wash, oil changing, realignment, rebalancing, availability of accessories etc.” HTLL CEO claimed to have an overall market share of 7% in the lubricants market, and is now looking to move forward and achieve over 10% market share by 2020.
Fareed Mon 25 Jan, 2016

SEPCO trading kam start hogi
Ahmed Fri 22 Jan, 2016

Also take BGL now on 5.15 will be touch 6.50 within next week of before for good handsome profit in short time hold on 5.15 and see only for serious buyers and small investors because i can give u only tips for ur good profit up to 1/RS.
Navy Fri 22 Jan, 2016

Buy DSFL everyone should buy to approximately 50000 thousand shares each for small investors and hold for one month now available on 1.98 and take profit upto upto 2.50-2.75 and wait for my next call, also buy DCL now on 12.15 will be touch to 14 within two weeks.
Navy Fri 22 Jan, 2016

IMF appreciates Pakistan’s steps for fiscal management. International Monetary Fund (IMF) has appreciated the steps being taken by the government of Pakistan for improving the fiscal condition of the country. According to international media, the IMF spokesman welcomed the measures adopted by Pakistan government for improving the country’s financial condition and reducing the domestic borrowings. He noted that steps were also being taken to curtail the budget deficit through fiscal management by ensuring better coordination between the federation and the provinces. The spokesman further also observed that Pakistan’s foreign debt servicing has also improved while the rise in foreign exchange reserves will help bring economic stability.
Basit Danish Sun 17 Jan, 2016

What about sepco share trading suspension? When it will back in trading???
Inam Fri 15 Jan, 2016

Buy DEWAN SALMAN FIBRE(DSFL) available attractive rate on 1.95, invest for good profit will be touched with around 3.0 rate and don't waist ur money on big share because market going down day by day so it is better for all of us to safe ur money and invest in good companies like DSFL and also ICIBL bank available at lowest attractive prize will also be touch 2.0 upcoming days
Navy Fri 15 Jan, 2016

The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), during the first half of current fiscal year (2015-16), registered 2,747 new companies, indicating a growth of 25% as compared to the corresponding period last year. The growing trend in company registration is a sign of enhanced investors’ confidence on SECP’s policies and procedures. During July-Dec 2015, around 90 percent companies were registered as private limited companies, while 7 percent companies were registered as single member companies. Three percent of the companies secured registration as public unlisted, associations’ not-for-profit, trade organizations and foreign companies. The trading sector took lead in incorporations by registering 357 companies, followed by services with 349, information technology with 244, construction with 225, tourism with 204, power generation with 97, communications with 87, education with 83, corporate agricultural farming with 78, broadcasting and telecasting and food and beverages with 75 each, pharmaceutical with 72, engineering with 70 and 731 companies registered in other sectors. Moreover, 25 foreign companies were also registered by CROs in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore. Moreover, foreign investment has also been observed in 154 new companies. Furthermore, in December 2015, the SECP registered 531 new companies. Eighty Seven percent of the companies were registered as private limited companies. , 9 percent companies were registered as single member companies. Four percent of the companies were registered as public unlisted, associations’ not-for-profit and foreign companies. Incorporations during December 2015 include 7 foreign companies and foreign investment in 35 local companies. The SECP is continuously working to ensure hassle free provision of services to the stakeholders/corporate sector and hoped that the reforms in company registration will result in significant growth in the corporate sector portfolio.
Mahmood Masood Fri 15 Jan, 2016

Selling intensified on the Pakistan Stock Exchange on Thursday as the KSE-100 index sank 713.15 points (2.22 per cent) to close at 31,441.02. Blood was splattered all across the board as investors ditched equities and sought the safety of fixed income securities. But the PSX was only following the global stock markets which suffered steep fall as some big international firms dealing in securities came up with dire prognosis for 2016. Investors on PSX were further scared as rumours of investigation against major brokers were thick in the air. The bloodbath was witnessed as the market extended its losing streak for the ninth session on Thursday with accumulated losses of 1,788 points (5.4pc). Turnover increased to 190 million shares with improved trading value of Rs9.74 billion. Intermarket Securities Director Raza Jafri said: “Trading on Friday will tell if the heavy sell-off with large volume signifies that the market has bottomed out or if there was going to be more bleeding.”
Tanveer Rao Fri 15 Jan, 2016

Private sector borrowing from banks during the six months to December stood at Rs212 billion, higher than Rs208bn the sector borrowed during the entire previous fiscal year. The country’s economy, which grew at 4.2 per cent during FY15 despite low credit off-take, is expected to achieve a growth rate of 5pc if the pace of borrowing continues with the same pace. Low interest rate, which still has no chance to see an upward move due to prevailing historically low inflation, is the major reason behind the rise in private sector borrowing. Another reason is improving law and order across the country which has helped restore investors’ confidence. Cheaper money also has great attraction for the government as it has been reducing its interest payments through borrowing from cheaper sources. During the first half of this fiscal year, the government changed its borrowing pattern from the scheduled banks. It started borrowing through short-term cheaper treasury bills (T-bills) compared to high-yield Pakistan Investment Bonds (PIBs). In the third quarter (January to March) of this fiscal year, the government plans to borrow Rs1.6 trillion through T-bills and Rs200bn through PIBs. A recently issued report of the State Bank of Pakistan indicated that the banks were also lending for the long term while most of the money goes for working capital. Long-term borrowing for the manufacturing sector would yield better results for the overall economic growth. If the pace of borrowing continues for the next six months, the credit off-take will surpass the borrowing made in FY14 that was Rs371bn. For the last eight years, the country has been facing a declining trend of credit-to-GDP ratio which fell to as low as 13pc in FY15 from 27pc in FY08. If this ratio increases, it will also help attract foreign investment which is negligibly small at present
Javed Khan Wed 13 Jan, 2016

Subsequent to approval of the schemes of integration of the stock exchanges by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), the Karachi Stock Exchange Limited (KSE) will be arranging a comprehensive pre-production mock trading session for all Trading Rights Entitlement (TRE) Certificate Holders of KSE, LSE and ISE, a statement said on Friday. The pre-production mock trading sessions will be made available on January 9 and 10 with a live-like session. The KSE’s management, accompanied by officials of the SECP, would also provide detailed briefing on the morning of January 9 to TRE certificate holders of the LSE and ISE regarding the two days mock trading and continue to provide assistance during the course of the sessions.
Laeeq Ahmed Wed 13 Jan, 2016

Free advice Buy PAEL at 61-62 ........will go at around 67-68 within month Buy SYS at 62-64 will go at 72-73 within month Buy ALNRS at 50-51 will go at 68-70 within month Buy DCL at 12.80-13 will go at 15.5 - 16 within 1-2 month
salman Wed 30 Dec, 2015

Stocks on Tuesday closed higher, led by oil and fertilizers sector scrips on strong valuations. The KSE 100-index posted a fresh gain of 137. 85 points to close at 32811. 89 points. On second consecutive day, investors took some fresh position in FFC, ENGRO and EFERT based on expectation of no increase in gas prices, stated dealers at Topline brokerage. Despite falling oil prices, news related to upward revision of well head prices helped PPL to close at upper cap. At closing of year, some year-end transactions were also witnessed in the market. Total volume increased by 20% to 144m shares while traded value also increased by 19. 7% to Rs 8. 5b. Higher global equities, speculations on likely revisions in well head gas prices for PPL in Sui fields, recovery in US crude prices and rising local fertilizer prices played a catalyst role in positive close amid pressure in banking stocks on record low banking spreads, observed analyst Ahsan Mehanti. Major activity was witnessed in the stocks of TRG, Jah Sidd Co and Pak Elektron with volumes of 16m shares, 11m shares and 9m shares respectively.
Salman Wed 30 Dec, 2015

Kindly provide the future outlook for BYCO.is this share has worth
Asif Thu 10 Dec, 2015

What about akdcl. To buy at this rate or not daily upper cap. What is the reason pl. Advice.urgent
Saeed Sun 29 Nov, 2015

          
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