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01 Sep, 2015

KSE Trade Screen - As KSE 100 index closed at bullish momentum, oil leads the way as index closes at 34,447. Pakistan equities rode on the back of bullish sentiment as the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE)-100 Index closed the week closer to the 34,500 level. The oil sector was to be credited for the positive ride that helped the index close the week flat after the disastrous start on Monday when the benchmark fell over 1,400 points. At close on Friday, the benchmark 100-share index recorded a rise of 1.43% or 486.18 points to end at 34,447.47. Read more

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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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ehsaan awaan Mon 17 Aug, 2015

Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index closed lower on Wednesday having 35892.77 points with a negative change of 313.17 and volume of 131,501,520 shares. High and Low were 36309.97 and 35868.41 respectively. Total volume traded in the market was 359,960,610 shares with 373 total traded companies out of which 130 were up 237 were down and 6 were unchanged. COMMERCIAL BANKS was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 56,315,400 shares. It was followed by CHEMICALS with a total traded volume of 40,040,860 shares. The three top traded companies were Pace (Pak) Ltd. with a volume of 39,652,000 and price per share of 7.75 (0.55), Pak Elektron with a volume 18,304,500 of price per share of 94.40 (1.29), Descon Chemical with a volume 13,420,500 of price per share of 7.06 (0.10). The top three advancers were Rafhan Maize with price per share 9800.00 (398.89), Wyeth Pak Ltd with price per share of 2400.00 (50.00) and Indus Dyeing share of 1087.33 (42.33). The top three decliners were Bata (Pak) with price per share of 3315.00 (-129.44), Hinopak Motor with price per share of 1138.57 (-57.96) and Bhanero Tex. share of 522.50 (-27.49).
Ali Amir Thu 13 Aug, 2015

Pakistan's KSE posts 8th straight bullish session, hits fresh record peak. Pakistan's Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) recorded bullish trade for eighth straight day on Thursday to hit a fresh all-time historic high as improved political scenario and better result expectations kept the investors interested in various stocks. The benchmark KSE 100-Index swelled by 0.2 percent or 72.05 points to all-time historic peak of 36,228.88 points on Thursday when compared with 36,156.83 points recorded on Wednesday.
Moeen Nizam Fri 07 Aug, 2015

Bears dominated the market on Monday. The equities lost 639.71 points or 1.79pc to close at 35175.49 points. This is the steepest fall after a gap of 17 weeks. Market also remained under pressure due to roll-over week. As a result, PAEL, Engro and DGKC declined by 2.3-3.8pc. Volumes stood at 570m shares, down 36pc while value decreased by 17.5pc to Rs12.7b/ $124m. Falling crude oil prices affected index heavy oil stocks where oil and gas index fell 2pc. Small and mid caps like GAIL, Netsol, CSIL, Merit, Byco and DCL that rallied in last few weeks fell sharply and closed at their lower limits, commented Mohammad Rizwan at Topline Securities Analyst Ahsan Mehanti stated stocks battered at KSE on panic selling after major slump in global stocks and commodities. Investors concerns over impact of floods in the country and plunge in WTI crude prices near to $47/barrel played a catalyst role in bearish activity despite new SBP policy rate corridor slip to 6.5pc and hopes for favorable CPI Inflation data for Jul’15 expected later next week.
Irfan Niyaz Tue 28 Jul, 2015

Profit-taking leads to 122 points decline in KSE-100 index. After five days of consecutive rise, the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) witnessed some profit-taking as 100 Index declined 122 points (0.3%) to close at 35,935 points whereas 30 Index shed 104.54 points to close at 22,297 points. Analysts said the equity market witnessed selling pressure across the board with blue chips closing in negative territory, mainly commercial banks that were observed under selling pressure as sector stalwart United Bank Limited posted ordinary profit of Rs 10.39 per share in first half of 2015. In the banking sector, UBL ended the day in red while yesterday’s star performer Allied Bank Ltd closed near its floor price. The fertiliser stocks were painted in red with ENGRO ending lower along with Fauji Fertiliser Company (FFC) and Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim Limited (FFBL). Punters were active as retail favourite TRG closed at its upper price limit. The market volume increased to 575 million shares as compared to 621.473 million shares traded in the previous session.
Taymoor Multani Fri 24 Jul, 2015

Led by banking and fertilizer scrips, Karachi stock market on Wednesday closed at fresh all time high on speculations ahead of major earnings announcements due next week. The KSE 100-index posted a gain of 169.02 points or 0.47%, closing at its all time high of 36056.68 points level. Oil stocks remained weak on falling global crude prices. Higher trades in second and tier stocks on strong valuations supported the bullish sentiments. Strong earnings outlook in fertilizer, cement and auto sector on record sales data, record earning expectations in the banking sector amid higher banking spreads and gains on government bond prices played a catalyst role in bullish activity at KSE, observed analyst Ahsan Mehanti. Renewed interest was seen in banking stocks like ABL, BAFL and NBP which closed at their upper limits.
Rai Kumar Thu 23 Jul, 2015

Post-Eid bonus: Karachi stocks cross all-time record high 36,000 points. The Karachi Stock Exchange on Wednesday closed at an all-time high with its 100 index closing above 36,000 points for the first time as the market reopened after the long festival weekend of Eidul Fitr and investors took fresh positions in chemical stocks in anticipation of better earnings. The benchmark 100-share index of the KSE ended up 0.47 per cent, or 169.02 points, at an all-time high close of 36,056.68. Traded volume rose 3 per cent to 621 million shares, while traded value increased by 17 per cent to 16.5 billion rupees.“Investors took fresh positions in chemical stocks and renewed interest was seen in banking stocks with several closing at their upper limits,” said Mohammad Rizwan, vice-president at Topline Securities Pvt Ltd. Arif Habib Corp Ltd rose 4.99pc, while Engro Corp Ltd, Engro Fertilizers Ltd and Fatima Fertilizer Co Ltd gained 1.89pc, 1.16pc and 4.35pc respectively. Banking stocks also showed an upward trend, with Allied Bank Ltd, Bank Alfalah Ltd and National Bank of Pakistan all rising 5pc. The rupee, however, weakened to 101.84/101.94 against the dollar, compared with the previous close of 101.80/101.87. Overnight rates in the money market fell to 6.50pc from previous session's 7pc.
Dr. Asif Shahid Thu 23 Jul, 2015

A nosedive in global oil prices, oil sector remained depressed and auto sector remained strong. In anticipation of higher than predicted dispatches and continuously rising local demand, cement sector remained upbeat. We expect market to continue with its positive momentum.
Idrees Samba Tue 14 Jul, 2015

Hascol Petroleum Limited (HASCOL) has become on the list of Top-30 most Liquid Shariah compliant shares at Karachi Stock-Exchange Limited and has thus been a part of the re-constructed KMI-30 Index of the Stock-Exchange Limited with effect from 8th. The KMI-30 Index includes 30 Shariah-compliant firms rated based on maximum free-float as well as the Lowest-Impact Price (way of measuring assets). The List provides an appropriate standard for evaluating yields on their Shariah- equity opportunities to traders
Aftaab Ahmed Wed 08 Jul, 2015

Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index gained 444.75 points on Wednesday to close at 34843.61 points as compared to 34398.86 of the previous session. The KSE-30 Index added 328.74 points and closed at 21902.16 points against 21573.42 points of the last closing. 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.
Jawwad Omer Fri 03 Jul, 2015

Stocks on Monday closed bullish ahead of year end close after IMF release of $506m tranche amid satisfactory marking of 7th review of Extended Fund Facility. As the market shook off 1.9pc last week, the bulls reappeared to close the index up by 208 points to close at 34,094 pints levels, with supporting volumes of over 293 million shares. Although due to declining global oil prices the index’s heaviest weight remained depressed but changed its outlook in the last half an hour as most major scrips ended in green as PSO, POL and NRL all ended 0.1pc, 1.1pc and 1.3pc higher respectively. Following PM’s approval of allocating Rs32.5 billion from unused PSDP to three redundant power plants (probably SEPCO (+21pc) and JPGL (+18pc), lead the sectors rally closing most scripts positively. Post Punjab and Sindh’s tractor friendly budgets and continuous rally, profit-taking was witnessed in tractor manufacturing scripts. Market rumor of Rs0.20 price increase kept the sector upbeat with all scrips except for LPCL closing in green, observed analyst Ahmed Saeed Khan at JS Global. Analyst Ahsan Mehanti stated, higher banking spreads data for May’15, recent Moody’s upgrade on deposit ratings of 5 Pakistan banks and falling borrowing costs played a catalyst role in positive sentiments at KSE ignoring concerns for Aptma decisions on voluntary shutdown of textile industry on energy issues.
Moeen Akhlaq Tue 30 Jun, 2015

urse under pressure in the outgoing week, dealers said. As a result, the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) -100 index during the outgoing week fell by 642 points, settling in slightly lower than widely considered psychological barrier of 34000 at 33,885 points. Shajar Capital Securities’ analyst said the market sentiment reflects incessant pressure which has been consorted by foreign selling. Despite, positive economic advancements including the impending receipt of $ 506 million tranche from International; Monetary Fund under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) and Pakistan’s treaty with the World Bank worth $ 500 million for economic uplift, the market seemed bearish owing to portfolio adjustment at the end of fiscal year, followed by the future roll-over week. In the same breadth, trading activities majorly skewed towards side boards which has helped index to sustain investors’ interest. However, profit taking has been observed in key blue chips as political noise remains high. “We expect market to remain under pressure as the index has closed below the psychological level of 34,000 points amid lack of triggers”, said the analyst. JS Research’s analyst Raheel Ashraf said the futures rollover week kept liquidity low in the market, while domestic politics too kept investors a bit jittery. Oil and Gas sector posted steep correction during the week owing to subdued international oil price with the sector declining by 5.9% (308 points). Chemical sector continued with its bearish trend owing to possible gas tariff hike from 1st July which is expected to negatively affect earnings of the sector. Activity nose-dived during the week with average daily trading volume at 166 million shares, down 37% Week on Week (WoW) with K-Electric remaining the volume leader. Foreigners remained net sellers during the first four days of week selling 10.60 million worth of shares. Foreigners too remained net sellers worth $ 16 million during the outgoing week. Elixir Securities’ analyst said rising political noise in the Sindh province can keep a lid of market buoyancy in the short term.” Next week will be a test of nerves for the government in terms of whether it goes ahead during Ramazan with the proposed gas tariff hike or again defers it”, he added.
Hafiz Ahmed Noman Mon 29 Jun, 2015

The impact of the measures taken in the Federal Budget for FY16 on cement sector. Measures Massive PSDP allocation of Rs 1,514 billion Reduction in corporate tax rate by 1% to 32% Import duty of 20% on imported cement Export Refinance Scheme rate decline to 4.5% Introduction of Super tax Higher import duty on coal prices Massive PSDP allocation of Rs 1,514 billion FY16 budget remain productive for cement sector as Government announced a total Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) of Rs 1,514 billion showing an increase of 29%. The overall size of the federal PSDP stands at Rs 700 billion whereas Rs 814 billion will be spent by provinces. PSDP surge by 29% to Rs 700 billion in FY16 against Rs 542 billion in FY15. Government allocated Rs 185 billion for Road, highways and bridges against last year of Rs 112 billion. We expect this would be good for the cement sector and annual demand to increase.
Shaista Afandi Fri 12 Jun, 2015

Habib Metropolitan Financial Services’ analyst Saba Mahmood said, “Bulls were seen active on the market with no respite in sight as punters were out in full force as 8 out of 10 top volume scrips were penny items as Jehangir Siddique led on the front foot churning out 29.7 million and closing at its upper limit. As auto sector posted volumetric sales growth for the month of May 2015, majority of the stocks closed higher. The current bullish sentiment in the market is sounding alarms in the minds of prudent investor whom we advise to stay on side with cash in hand to take advantage of any market correction, she added. The market volume increased to 381.257 million shares as compared to 332.511 million shares traded in previous session. The overall market capitalisation rose to Rs 7.449 trillion as compared to Rs 7.387 trillion of previous session. Trading value at local bourse jacked up to Rs 16.124 billion against Rs 15.085 billion of previous session. Out of 385 scrips, 232 scrips advanced, 136 scrips declined while the value of 17 scrips remained unchanged. The KMI-30 index gained 531.19 points to close at 58509.49 points as compared to 57978.30 points of the previous session. The KSE all-share index went 203.32 points up to close at 24183.96 points as compared to 23980.64 points of the previous session. Jah.Sid.Co. was the volume leader in the market with 29.741 million shares as it closed at Rs 20.66 followed by Lotte Chemical with trading of 22.615 million shares and closed at Rs 7.01. Pak Int.Bulk traded 19.773 million shares and closed at Rs 37.70.
Faizan Rashed Dar Fri 12 Jun, 2015

Post Budget bullish euphoria continued at local bourse on Thursday as the index benchmark escalated further on investors’ revived interest in financials and energy scrips. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100 index gained 270.86 points to close at 34594.70 points as compared to 34323.84 of the previous session. The KSE-30 Index added 208.07 points and closed at 21884.06 points against 21675.99 points of last closing.
Hanif Memon Fri 12 Jun, 2015

will market go up in the week next? what are post budget effects on KSE? now we are facing zig zag in shares trade. I am interested to know prime categories in KSE for upcoming 3 months. Thanks
Rehan Fayzan Wed 10 Jun, 2015

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