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28 Feb, 2015 KSE Stock 100 Index Live - Find live KSE 100 index 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 27, 2015 19:34
Market Symbols KSE100 Index AllShare Index KSE 30 Index KMI 30 Index
StatusSuspend
Advanced103
Current33632.19
Current24131.61
Current21916.86
Current53624.30
Volume208,136,580
Decline227
High33894.03
High24227.19
High22098.79
High54193.98
Value13,199,335,761.30
Unchanged18
Low33579.91
Low24100.92
Low21867.41
Low53567.27
Trades75,293
Total348
Change-130.61
Change-23.91
Change-110.49
Change-387.35
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Karachi Stock Exchange - 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:

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Iqbal Khan Sat 28 Feb, 2015

KARACHI: On Friday, until mid day, KSE-100 Index was at 33772.54 with a positive change of 9.74 and volume of 58,931,470 shares. High and Low were 33829.20 and 33641.18 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 94,734,730 shares with 266 total traded companies out of which 107 were up, 143 were down and 16 were unchanged. Commercial Banks was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 16,279,200 shares. It was followed by Construction and Materials (Cement) with a total traded volume of 14,951,100 shares. The three top traded companies were Pak Elektron with a volume of 11,880,500 and price per share of 61.70 (1.96), Engro Fertilize Ltd. with a volume 8,639,000 of price per share of 86.40 (2.11), Faysal Bank with a volume 7,167,500 of price per share of 18.71 (1.00). The top three advancers were Atlas Battery with price per share 857.00 (25.80), Service Ind.Ltd with price per share of 929.98 (19.93) and Jubile Life Insuranc share of 429.00 (17.65). The top three decliners were Exide (PAK) with price per share of 1161.00 (-28.26), Siemens Pak. with price per share of 1060.11 (-27.89) and Nestle Pak. per share of 10200.00 (-25.00).
Imran Noor Fri 27 Feb, 2015

Karachi stocks fell on Thursday as traders booked profits from last week’s rally, while the lackluster performance witnessed in recent trading sessions also reflects rollover week in future contracts, dealers said. They added that the investors booked profits in an overbought market, but losses were restricted as there was buying in the banking stocks. Cement stocks witnessed some profit taking as investors expecting lower dispatches for this month. Analyst Ahsan Mehanti at Arif Habib Corp, said future contracts rollover, weaker earnings outlook in oil, banking and cement sector, lower banking spreads and thin margins in cement sectors kept institutional Investors largely on the sidelines and subdued trading activity. The KSE-100 Index closed down 82.50 points or 0.24 percent to 33,762.80 points against 33,845.30 points recorded in the last session. The highest index of the day remained at 33,997.20 points while the lowest level of the day was recorded at 33,699.38 points. KSE-30 Index also fell by 83.54 points or 0.38 percent to 22,027.35 points against 22,110.89 points.
Urooj Fri 27 Feb, 2015

The market kicked the day off on a positive note but soon after profit taking surfaced and pushed the index down to settle 0.09% lower at 33,895 level. Participant's cited futures rollover this week as a key cause of concern for contraction. Investors' buying interest was witnessed in FFBL 54.24 (+2.13 +4.09%), ENGRO 294.02 (+3.02 +1.04%),NCL 43.50 (+0.08 0.18%),MLCF 56.25 (+0.41 0.73%) and NPL 53.25 (+0.92 +1.76%). Result Announcements NML has posted unconsolidated NPAT of PkR1.54bn (EPS: PkR4.38) in 2QFY15 vs. NPAT of PkR2.28bn (EPS: PkR6.49) in 2QFY14, down by 32%YoY. However, 2QFY15 results were above our projected NPAT of PkR1.28bn (EPS: PkR3.64), with the deviation due to higher 'other income', which clocked in at PkR1.50bn (17% above our expectations). As a result, 1HFY15 earnings settled at PkR1.94bn (EPS: PkR5.52) vs. NPAT of PkR3.85bn (EPS: PkR10.96) in 1HFY14, down by 50%YoY. 2QFY15 result highlights included: (i) 4%YoY reduction in top-line on the back of tepid demand, (ii) 5%YoY increase in COGS despite lower cotton prices, (iii) hefty 720bps YoY reduction in GMs to 11.6% and (iv) 19%YoY increase in the 'other income'. Regarding the latter, management has stated this largely reflects just dividend income. NCL has posted unconsolidated NPAT of PkR0.56bn (EPS: PkR2.82) in 2QFY15 vs. NPAT of PkR1.04bn (EPS: PkR5.21) in 2QFY14, down by 46%YoY. 2QFY15 results were way above our projected NPAT of PkR0.4bn (EPS: PkR1.98), with the difference due to better than expected gross margins of 9.2% against our estimation of 7.9%. As a result, 1HFY15 earnings settled at PkR0.33bn (EPS: PkR1.63) vs. NPAT of PkR1.27bn (EPS: PkR6.33) in 1HFY14, down by 74%YoY.
Naveed Saadat Thu 26 Feb, 2015

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Ehsaan Awan Wed 25 Feb, 2015

KSE builds on gains after favourable CAD data. Supported by gain in index heavy weight MCB, Karachi market closed in positive on Friday. The KSE 100-index witnessed another volatile session to close 51 points up at 33,993 points. ENGRO, up by 2.1%, continued its euphoric growth to close at Rs294.74 and formed the backbone for the market. Cement sector remained under pressure following the announcement of DGKC to build a $300m, 2.5m ton plant near Karachi as investors feared that the expansion announced would mean an end to the cartel. This coupled up with the increase in global coal prices, cement sector can witness some heavy selling. Oil & sector initiated its recovery following a slight rebound in global oil prices, stated analyst Muhammed Mobeen. ENGRO also kept on rallying amid growth plans post-December result. DGKC’s plant expansion news brought broad based selling in cement stocks amid fear of price war, observed Samar Iqbal at Topline Security. Stocks closed higher led by selected scrips across the board on favorable current account deficit data for Jul-Jan’15 shrinking by $230m at $2.3b. Strong earnings announcements, speculations ahead of SBP policy rates decisions early next month played a catalyst role in bullish activity at KSE despite falling international oil prices and rumors on cement sector price wars likely to dent earnings outlook, commented analyst Ahsan Mehanti. Volumes increased by 9% to 261m shares, while value also rose by 24% to USD157mn(value Rs15.7bn). Of total 360 active companies in session, 153 closed in advance, 190 in decline while 17 remained unchanged. Substantial increase was witnessed in the stock of Jah.Sidd.Co which was volume leader with 28.01m shares and price per share Rs22.28, followed by Pak Elektron with 24.29m shares and price per share Rs60.66 and PIA with 16.24m shares and price per share Rs9.91 were in limelight in market. Commenting of weekly performance, market watchers said the Karachi Stock Exchange witnessed mixed sentiments during the outgoing week with the corporate result season in full swing. The benchmark KSE-100 closed up 0.1% WoW at 33,993 while average trading volumes dropped by 22% WoW to 212m shares/day. Higher-than-expected result announcement by DG Khan Cement (DGKC) prompted fresh buying into the cement sector; however news of potential expansion by DGKC cut short investors’ optimism. ENGRO remained in the limelight, announcing better-than-expected 2014 earnings and intention to sell its EXIMP business to Engro Fertilizer (EFERT).
Babar Awan Sat 21 Feb, 2015

State Bank Of Pakistan Announcement, Amidst the announcement by the State Bank that Pakistan’s total liquid foreign exchange reserves are at $16,036.7 billion, the Karachi Stock Exchange remained bullish in mid day trade on Friday as KSE-100 index jumped to 34007.29 points after gaining 65.01 or 0.19pc. The High and Low were 34143.94 and 33941.81 respectively while the total volume traded in the market was 100,265,600. State Bank of Pakistan reported that Pakistan’s total liquid foreign exchange reserves are at $16,036.7 billion for the week ended February 13 as compared to $15,238.2 billion of the previous week, ended at February 6. Earlier, the 100-index had suspended at 33,942 from the previous session of 33,719 points level while the KSE-30 Index had surged by 142 points and closed at 22,085 points as against 21,943 points of last closing. Stocks showed recovery led oversold scrips across the board on strong valuations. Among major scrips cement and oil sectors were recorded recovery to lift the market towards bullish trend. Besides, the banking sector was showing good performance through annual result to attract trading in the sector.
Habib Yaqoob Sat 21 Feb, 2015

The bulls dominated local bourse today (up 0.66%) where healthy buying interest was observed all across-the-board as bargain hunters snapped up beaten down stocks. HUM Network, Bank of Punjab, Maple Leaf Cement, DG Khan Cement and Engro Corp witnessed high volumes indicating encouraging investors' sentiment. Within the power sector NPL (+47.47, +5%) announced an EPS of Rs5.373 (+42%YoY) and DPS of Rs1.75 for HY15, better than market consensus. The scrip remains amongst the preferred stocks within the sector. Going forward we expect the market to sustain its bullish momentum and recommend investors to be long on stocks with strong fundamentals.
Salman Bin Dauood Fri 20 Feb, 2015

Seeking An Attempt To Regain Foot-Hold Short-Term: Contracting volume at completion of the 61.8% retracement (32,558 to 35,055 rise) at 33,512 level displays exhaustion in selling pressure with the 14-day RSI in bull market momentum oscillation readings. Today, recovery through 33,912 level can allow strength towards 34,120 and 34,507 levels. Such action would set continuation of bullish momentum towards 35,190 - 35,382 levels to complete the five-wave Elliott wave structure. Next retracement support below 33,512 level comes around the 78.6% retracement at 33,093 level. Lock profits on strength in cements, hold banks while accumulating oil, fertilizer, textile and insurance sectors on dips. 13-day Leaders: ATLH, JSCL, AVN, POL, KTML, PGF, HUBC, PCAL, PSO & MLCF 13-day Laggards: JGICL, COLG, PIOC, HUMNL, LOTCHEM, EFUL, EFUG, SSGC, PSEL & MCB
Bilal Khan Fri 20 Feb, 2015

Technical View: Despite recent weakness, the bull market momentum support is still intact with the 14-day RSI above 40 reading. Expect market picking up to overcome 34,564 level and set continuation of bullish momentum towards 35,190 - 35,382 levels to complete the five-wave Elliott wave structure. Next retracement support below 33,512 levels comes around 33,093 level at 78.6% retracement point. So far, the bullish count seems intact. Lock profits on strength in cements, hold banks while accumulating oil, fertilizer, textile and insurance sectors on dips. 13-day Leaders: JSCL, AVN, ATLH, PGF, MLCF, KTML, SCBPL, FCCL, PAKT & POL 13-day Laggards: CEPB, JGICL, PSEL, SSGC, LOTCHEM, HUMNL, MCB, BATA, EFUG & EFUL
Faseeh Mobarak Tue 17 Feb, 2015

Buy humnl . Spel touch 50* and buy indu.
Ehsaan Awan Mon 16 Feb, 2015

The market trend of KSE I observed today is looklike daramatic. I just wan to share this technical report to all friends. Please read, Holding The Bull Market Momentum Support February 16, 2015 09:22 Short-Term: Friday’s recovery has snapped a six-day losing streak, keeping the 14-day RSI bull market momentum support intact above 50 to 40 readings. Expect market picking up to overcome 34,564 level and set continuation of bullish momentum towards 35,190 - 35,382 levels to complete the five-wave Elliott wave structure. Next retracement support below 33,512 level comes around 33,093 level at 78.6% retracement point. So far, the bullish count seems intact. Lock profits on strength in cements, hold banks while accumulating oil, fertilizer, textile and insurance sectors on dips. 13-day Leaders: JSCL, AVN, ATLH, SCBPL, AHCL, MLCF, KTML, PGF, FCCL & EFERT 13-day Laggards: CEPB, PSEL, ATRL, PICT, SSGC, PACE, HUMNL, BATA, LOTCHEM & MCB
Farooq Niyaz Sun 15 Feb, 2015

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shoaib Sat 14 Feb, 2015

Brothers pibtl ka kia future by increase ho ga ya nahe
shoaib Sat 14 Feb, 2015

Latest about DG Khan Cement shares, if anybody have this shre must read, analysis based upon experts. Please read ; DG Khan Cement Company Ltd (DGKC) will be announcing its 2QFY15 financial results on 17th February 2015. The company is expected to post Profit After Tax of PKR 1.75bn (EPS: PKR 4.01) for its 2QFY15, up by 9.8% YoY with a massive growth of 52.0% QoQ, to take the 1HFY15 EPS to PKR 6.66. Despite export volumes remaining almost flat, impressive overall sales growth on account of local dispatches increasing by 19% QoQ is expected to drive up revenues. Upside to the bottomline is anticipated to come from lower input costs leading to 6% QoQ gross margin expansion and Finance Costs declining by 28.4% compared to same period last year
Irfan Ayaz Sat 14 Feb, 2015

I found very informative discussion on this platform, lots of things I have been learnt from this comment section. I would like to say thanks all participants of this web. Actually I am new in this field, recently I purchased IPO ( Initial Public Offer) of SPEL ( Synthetic Products Enterprises Limited ), the last day closed price of SPEL is 36.44 and change noticed 1.73, it is lock and almost it is 2nd time. I want to get tip, is this share SPEL good for future? or I have to sell it out immediately, or wait longer? what will be the maximum high point of this is expected? any suggestion regarding this. Thanks
Umair Nizam Sat 14 Feb, 2015

Another technical analysis for KSE 100 index today Feb 13th Friday, Short-Term: Market dived towards the deeper 61.8% retracement of 32,558 to 35,055 rise at 33,512 level yesterday, concluding 1.22% lower at 33,786 level. In the process, the 14-day RSI (47.35) has entered the bull market momentum support in 50 to 40 readings. If market is still in a bullish mode, it should start picking up to overcome 34,564 level and set continuation of bullish momentum towards 35,190 — 35,382 levels to complete the five wave Elliott wave structure. Next retracement support below 33,512 level comes around 33,093 level at 78.6% retracement point. So far, the bullish count seems intact. Lock profits on strength in cements, hold banks while accumulating oil, fertilizer, textile and insurance sectors on dips. 13-day Leaders: JSCL, KTML, ATLH, AVN, AHCL, SCBPL, MLCF, FCCL, CHCC & FFBL 13-day Laggards: CEPB, LOTCHEM, SSGC, PSEL, PACE, ATRL, MEBL, HUMNL, MCB & NBP
Shahzab Siddiqui Fri 13 Feb, 2015

I would like to share some short-term analysis here on Pakbiz.com, I guess it will help us. Market dived towards the deeper 61.8% retracement of 32,558 to 35,055 rise at 33,512 level yesterday, concluding 1.22% lower at 33,786 level. In the process, the 14-day RSI (47.35) has entered the bull market momentum support in 50 to 40 readings. If market is still in a bullish mode, it should start picking up to overcome 34,564 level and set continuation of bullish momentum towards 35,190 — 35,382 levels to complete the five wave Elliott wave structure. Next retracement support below 33,512 level comes around 33,093 level at 78.6% retracement point. So far, the bullish count seems intact. Lock profits on strength in cements, hold banks while accumulating oil, fertilizer, textile and insurance sectors on dips. 13-day Leaders: JSCL, KTML, ATLH, AVN, AHCL, SCBPL, MLCF, FCCL, CHCC & FFBL 13-day Laggards: CEPB, LOTCHEM, SSGC, PSEL, PACE, ATRL, MEBL, HUMNL, MCB & NBP
Sufyan Ahmed Fri 13 Feb, 2015

Thanks Mr. Tariq Sohail & Salim Memon for your comment here, I am also shocked, what is going on in KSE, from yesterday and today the market activity is totally sad, i also want to share something here on this web, please read about KSE stock exchange, Bears on Wednesday dominated the stock market amid institutional profit taking on falling international oil prices and global commodities as the benchmark Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100-share Index lost 0.7 percent. Arhum Ghous at JS Research said cement sector underwent profit-taking across the board with Maple Leaf Cement, Lucky Cement, Cherat Cement and Kohat Cement ending down. Engro and Engro Fertilizers Limited hit their lower circuits. The oil and gas sector felt the pressure due to the dip in global oil prices. Honda Atlas Car; however, continued to move upwards, as automobile sector’s January numbers highlighted huge growth in sales. “Moving forward, we expect the market to remain volatile and recommend investors to buy cements and automobile on the dips,” advised Ghous. The KSE-100 Index closed lower by 228.90 points, or 0.66 percent, to 34,203.99 points as against 34,432.89 points recorded in the last session. The highest index of the day remained at 34,564.58 points, while the lowest level of the day was recorded at 34,159.19 points. KSE-30 Index also shed by 229.57 points, or 1.03 percent, to 22,132.93 points as against 22,362.50 points. Turnover shrank by seven million shares to 258.40 million shares from 265.01 million shares, trading value improved to Rs16.02 billion as compared to Rs15.68 billion and market capital fell to Rs7.79 trillion from Rs7.82 trillion recorded in the last session. Of a total of 375 companies active in the session, 140 closed up, 213 ended down and 22 remained unchanged. Ahsan Mehanti at Arif Habib Corp said stocks were battered at the KSE, led by oil, fertiliser and cement scrips. Highest increase was recorded in shares of Nestle Pak by Rs200 to Rs10,800/share, followed by Colgate Palmolive that rose by Rs87.50 to Rs1,848.00/share. Major decrease was recorded in shares of Bata (Pakistan) by Rs142.99 to Rs3,756.01/share, followed by Exide (Pakistan) that fell by Rs32.50 to Rs1,617.50/share. Significant turnover was recorded in stocks of Jahangir Siddiqui Co, Pak Elektron, K-Electric Limited, Pakistan International Bulk, Maple Leaf Cement, Bank of Khyber, Engro Corporation, Engro Fertilizers Ltd, Fauji Cement and DG Khan Cement. Jahangir Siddiqui Co remained the volume leader with 25.09 million shares with an increase of Rs1.01 to Rs22.60/share. It was followed by Pak Elektron with 24.71 million shares with a drop of six paisas to Rs58.13/share. Shares’ turnover in the futures market fell to 34.85 million shares from 36.30 million shares traded in the previous session.
Aslam Wahab Thu 12 Feb, 2015

I want to discuss about what happened KSE today, please read this; Snapping the minor gain of 5.48 points or 0.02 percent during early trade, the benchmark KSE-100 Index plummeted to 33841.81 points by losing 362.18 or 1.06 percent till mid trading on Thursday. Falling international oil prices, mid earnings season consolidation and uncertainty in global stock and commodities played a catalyst role in bearish activity at the market. The High and Low were 34237.20 and 33841.81 respectively with total volume of 78,132,970 traded at the market. Earlier, the index had soared to 34209.47 points with a minor positive change of 5.48 points. Bears had dominated the stock for three consecutive days as the Karachi Stock Exchange ended 0.7pc lower at 34,204 points level. Stocks battered at KSE led by oil, fertilizer and cement scrips on institutional profit taking. The High and Low were 34209.47 and 34189.14 respectively with total volume of 734,950 traded in the market. Meanwhile, highest increase was recorded in the shares of Nestle Pak which rose by Rs200.00 to Rs10800.00 per share, followed by Colgate Palmolive that appreciated by Rs87.50 to Rs1848 per share.
Tariq Sohail Thu 12 Feb, 2015

          
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