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29 Aug, 2016

KSE Trade Screen Live - Pakistani stocks ended lower on Monday as political uncertainty hit investor sentiment, with the opposition calling for more accountability from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif after a recent disclosure in the 'Panama Papers' document leak, analysts said. The benchmark 100-share index at the Pakistan Stock Exchange closed down 1.18 percent, or 401.32 points, at 33,566.22. The 'Panama Papers' leak disclosed that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's three children owned offshore companies in the British Virgin Islands. The documents were leaked from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca. Last week, Sharif said his family did nothing illegal and added that he would be forming a commission to investigate all allegations. Read more

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PSX proposals for the federal budget 2016 are therefore directed towards providing an impetus to create an investment and business friendly environment which would spur investment, enhance industrial activity and economic growth in the country.
Xeeshan Shah Tue 12 Apr, 2016

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Sahib Tue 02 Feb, 2016

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Sahib Tue 02 Feb, 2016

“Figures show that vegetable imports declined by around 91pc this year compared to the previous year whereas import of fruits slightly increased to around 10.7 million tonnes per annum,” the FBR chief informed the committee. He also said that fresh fruits cannot be smuggled in due to perishable nature of the products. Moving ahead over the next item of the agenda, Senator Taleh Mehmood of the JUI (F) asked the FBR chief as to how his department would deal with traders who are currently availing the tax amnesty scheme and if they opt to go out of it after four years. The FBR chairman said that they would look into it when the situation would arise after four years. The committee was informed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) that they had completed 75pc work on the ongoing inquiry against privatisation of MCB Bank and proceedings would conclude soon after getting statement from the liquidator by next week.
Inam Tanoli Fri 29 Jan, 2016

Stocks collapsed further on Friday as bears continued to tighten their grip on the market sending the KSE-100 index down by 439.53 points (1.40 per cent) to close at 31,001.49. Tumbling oil prices wreak havoc and the index, which managed to stay in the positive territory in the first half of the session, succumbed to selling pressure in the second half as scared investors’ ditched stocks after watching the rout in Asian and European markets. Dow also opened weak on the Wall Street. Investors were quick to dump intra-day positions and liquidate some of their current holdings to book profit fearing a further fall as worries mounted over global equity meltdown. During the week, the index has collapsed 4.7pc, representing a loss of 1,533 points. A market participant said that the FIA was directed to consult the SECP before taking action against a stockbroker but the news could not be independently verified. Trading volume fell to 138m shares and value also declined to Rs6.9 billion.
Faiza Sun 17 Jan, 2016

The market then rallied nearly 5% to US$42.24/bbl. It seems very little risk premium is being priced into the market at the moment as Syria is not a major producer of oil. While this is true, participants will likely keep a close eye on events in Europe and the Middle East to observe if a wider conflict will emerge. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index closed higher on Tuesday having 34053.16 points with a positive of 106.75 and volume of 68,807,710 shares. High and Low were 34170.05 and 33946.41 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 190,863,790 shares with 364 total traded companies out of which 207 were up 140 were down and 17 were unchanged. MISCELLANEOUS was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 32,095,800 shares. It was followed by CHEMICALS with a total traded volume of 28,541,180 shares. The three top traded companies were Pace (Pak) Ltd. with a volume of 30,763,000 and price per share of 8.75 (0.14), Sui South Gas with a volume 13,055,500 of price per share of 40.25 (0.01), Descon Chemical with a volume 12,938,000 of price per share of 6.97 (1.00). The top three advancers were Nestle Pak XD with price per share 9000.00 (100.00), Mari Petroleum with price per share of 471.60 (22.45) and Ghandhara Ind.XD per share of 315.01 (15.00). The top three decliners were Indus Dyeing with price per share of 1111.11 (33.89), Colgate PalmoXD with price per share of 1450.00 (25.00) and Exide (PAK) share of 962.00 (18.00).
Erum Tue 17 Nov, 2015

Top boss says KSE expected to join MSCI Emerging Markets. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) Managing Director Nadeem Naqvi said on Wednesday Pakistan is expected to join the MSCI Emerging Markets Index in June. Speaking to reporters after the German consul general rang the gong at the KSE, Naqvi said he is “very hopeful” about entering the Emerging Markets category that the leading provider of international investment decision support tools revises every year in June. “Market fundamentals are strong. Results of most listed companies were better than expected last quarter. The average annual return on equity of our companies is 23%, which is the best in Asia,” he said. Global institutional investors use different MSCI indices – such as frontier, emerging, China and US markets – to create balanced portfolios aimed at generating maximum returns while keeping in view their overall risk appetite.
Farhan Wed 11 Nov, 2015

The future of the staff of Lahore and Islamabad’s stock exchanges is bleak after their merger with Karachi Stock Exchange to form one national stock exchange, Pakistan Stock Exchange, which is likely to start operation by the end of November, 2015. The memorandum of understanding to replace three bourses with one was signed recently at Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan by the chairmen of respective demutualization committees. The website of Pakistan Stock Exchange has started working. “The KSE has yet to take a formal approval from its general body and LSE will get consent from its shareholders for the final integration of the country’s three bourses,” LSE Managing Director Aftab Chaudhry told The Nation. LSE MD termed the scheme of integration a win-win situation for all the stakeholders and a landmark achievement, which would go a long way towards sustainable development of capital market of the country.
Sohail Tue 10 Nov, 2015

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krazy Sun 08 Nov, 2015

KSE-100 Index was at 34256.22 with a positive change of 72.37 and volume of 55,651,260 shares. High and Low were 34279.42 and 34019.71 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 100,169,110 shares with 264 total traded companies out of which 123 were up, 121 were down and 20 were unchanged. MISCELLANEOUS was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 16,119,400 shares. It was followed by TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATION with a total traded volume of 14,704,000 shares. The three top traded companies were Pace (Pak) Ltd. with a volume of 16,011,500 and price per share of 7.20 (0.49), Pak ElektronXD with a volume 10,449,500 of price per share of 84.90 (2.54), TRG Pak Ltd with a volume 9,288,000 of price per share of 37.41 (0.70). The top three advancers were Colgate PalmoXD with price per share 1350.00 (50.00), Island Textile with price per share of 963.00 (45.51) and Sapphire Tex. SPOT share of 831.90 (39.50). The top three decliners were Blessed Tex. with price per share of 135.25 (-6.85), P.S.O. XD with price per share of 331.00 (-4.48) and Punjab Oil SPOT per share of 242.06 (-4.45).
Ahsan Ameen Wed 14 Oct, 2015

KSE mid day update. On Wednesday, 30 September, 2015. until mid day, KSE-100 Index was at 32086.68 with a negative change of 127.90 and volume of 60,483,610 shares. High and Low were 32560.52 and 32051.62 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 99,342,860 shares with 274 total traded companies out of which 117 were up, 138 were down and 19 were unchanged. POWER GENERATION & DISTRIBUTION was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 19,503,000 shares. It was followed by TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATION with a total traded volume of 12,448,500 shares. The three top traded companies were K-Electric Ltd. with a volume of 16,136,000 and price per share of 7.03 (0.02), TRG Pak Ltd with a volume 5,925,000 of price per share of 32.35 (0.34), Sui North Gas with a volume 5,557,000 of price per share of 31.20 (0.13). The top three advancers were Murree Brewery with price per share 1092.00 (52.00), Island Textile with price per share of 837.00 (37.00) and Sunrays Textile share of 449.80 (9.81). The top three decliners were Bata (Pak) with price per share of 2970.10 (-153.92), Sapphire Tex. with price per share of 834.10 (-43.90) and Hinopak Motor per share of 1111.05 (-43.56).
Jameel Akhtar Wed 30 Sep, 2015

Navy Tue 22 Sep, 2015

(Pakistan Stock Exchange) : KSE down by 2.7pc despite macroeconomic development. Volatile political landscape and concerns over NAB investigations against brokers and industrialists kept sentiments jittery at the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) during the outgoing week as average trading volumes plummeted to 17-weeks low of 135 million shares/day (-34 per cent WoW). Investors completely disregarded macroeconomic developments such as 50bps cut in the discount rate, PM’s relief package for farmers inciting hopes of reversion of gas price hike and Fitch assigning credit rating ‘B’ with stable outlook for Pakistan’s sovereign debt. Moreover, fears of continuous foreign selling and uncertainty over Fed interest rate hike in the region further deterred fresh buying in the market. As a result, the benchmark KSE-100 index closed lower at 32,761, down 2.7 percent WoW. Of the major sectors, E&Ps fell by 5.4 per cent WoW despite rebound in international crude oil prices (+5 per cent WoW to $47/bbl), while banks declined by 4.2 per cent WoW following a cut in policy rate. Other key highlights of the week were: (1) appointment of financial advisors by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) for $500 million Eurobonds issue, (2) cut of Rs2.19/unit in power tariff under monthly fuel price adjustment and (3) T-Bill auction in which govt. raised Rs146bn with cut-off yields going down by 47bps.
Zia Mahmood Mon 21 Sep, 2015

Some more bad news for Asians stock exchange. China's August imports fall 14.3% on oil prices. China's imports in August fell 14.3% in yuan-denominated terms from a year ago, while exports fell by 6.1%. The numbers mean China's monthly trade surplus expanded by close to 40% from the month earlier to 368bn yuan ($57.8bn; £37.7bn).
Humair Afandi Tue 08 Sep, 2015

(Pakistan Stock Exchange) : Think before its too late....The key questions investors are asking: has the index bottomed out or is there a decline left? Is this the right time to jump in or is it time to close down trading accounts and make a loss-trimmed exit before the index drops to heart-breaking and heart attack-inducing levels?
Yawar Sadaat Tue 08 Sep, 2015

AKD weekly report stated that the decline was primarily driven by foreign selling on the back of overall downturn in the Chinese economy.
Umaima Amber Mon 24 Aug, 2015

Analyst Ahsan Mehanti at Arif Habib Corp attributed the panic-selling at the market to global commodities slump. “Major fall in global stocks after WTI [West Texas Intermediate] crude plunge below $41 per barrel and financial turmoil in China played a catalyst role in bearish activity.”
Sabeen Moeen Mon 24 Aug, 2015

Ahmed Saeed Khan at JS Global said the index took a roller coaster ride today where it remained strong till mid day, hitting 0.63 percent at its highest point, but took a nose dive to touch 0.3 percent at its lowest point.
Sania Durrani Mon 24 Aug, 2015

Experts Reviews: JS Global Analyst Ahmed Saeed Khan said the index took a roller coaster ride where it remained strong till midday. “The market initially responded to the positive triggers but foreign selling shook investors’ confidence in the second half. “The cement sector responded to the drop in international coal prices as the sector opened positive and remained till midday. Top scripts in the cement sector were Lucky Cement (+1.35%), Attock Cement Private Limited (+1.05%) and Power Cement (+0.29%). “The pharmaceutical sector remained depressed, ending its positive streak, where biggest laggards of the sector were Abbott Laboratories (-2.13%) and Searle Company (-2.01%).
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