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29 Aug, 2015 Lahore Stock Exchange - Find live LSE stock exchange updates and market activity of LSE -25 index Lahore Stock Exchange. The following table shows top companies with share details such as; company symbol, its total volume in the market, current rate and change status during trading or market activity. The (LSE) Lahore stock exchange is a 2nd largest stock exchange of Pakistan and a member of world recognized organization FEAS and SAFE. LSE is also regulated by (SECP) Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP). LSE shows market activity like market highlights and UTS stats, LSE 25 Index current time market status and also scrip quote, top scrip and volume leaders. Right now LSE have 671 registered companies, according to Jan 30, 2012 the market capitalization of US$ 36.44 million, volume US$ 14.5 million and index is LSE 25. LSE offers Trading Products such as; Equity (Spot, Cash-Settled Futures), Mutual Funds, Bonds/TFCs. In Market Technology & Management such as; ULTRA TRADE: Automated Trading Platform, BrokerNet. Read more
Symbol Volume Rate Change
BOP 721,000 9.28 -0.29
DCL 143,500 16.52 +1.00
DSFL 69,500 3.40 +0.30
HMB 55,000 33.55 -0.35
PAKCEM 39,500 20.00 +0.85
BYCO 37,000 23.05 +0.80
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LSE Stock Exchange Live - LSE is a fully electronic and completely automated stock exchange of Pakistan. LSE is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan under the securities laws of the country. The affairs of the Exchange are managed by the Board of Directors having representation of the SECP nominated directors and broker directors. The Lahore Stock Exchange of Pakistan is registered with Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan and a member of Exchange of Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) and South Asian Federation of Exchanges (SAFE). LSE was the second stock exchange to be licensed in Pakistan during 1971. LSE has been in operation since 1971, and has emerged as one of the most transparent and best managed stock exchange in Pakistan. LSE is the only exchange in Pakistan to have two trading floors-one at its principal location at Lahore and the other at the thriving industrial city of the country at Faisalabad. Furthermore, LSE has the unique distinction of having a unified electronic orderbook with another domestic stock exchange in the country. LSE have 671 listings with the market capitalization of US$ 36.44 million Jan 30, 2012, volume US$ 14.5 million and index is LSE 25. Products & Services - of LSE: Lahore Stock Exchange offers Trading Products such as; Equity (Spot, Cash-Settled Futures), Mutual Funds, Bonds/TFCs. In Market Technology & Management such as; ULTRA TRADE: Automated Trading Platform, BrokerNet: Online Trading Solution For Brokers and Investors, Brokers BackOffice, Trade Reporting Platform, Securities Lending and Borrowing. In Services Lahore Stock Exchange offers Co-Location Services and Market & Technology Advisory Services, Information Security Services. LSE Main Features - The Lahore Stock Exchange of Pakistan give a comprehensive guide for valued investors to understand the trade at LSE. Glossary of Stock Market Terminology; Operations in Stock Exchanges have very specific terminology that is even different the other financial institutions. Register Complaint; On LSE valued investors can lodge complaints online or download complaint registration form. Status of Companies; investors can view status of their complaints by using the reference number provided while lodging the complaint. Disciplinary Actions; LSE being the front-line Regulator constantly watches the interest of investors by monitoring the trading activities and enforce its regulations. Order Confirmation; Investors have direct online access to their order status. Listed Companies; LSE provides trading opportunities in those Securities which are listed on the Exchange. Listing Regulations; LSE listing regulations provides the guidelines for listing, ongoing reporting & compliance issues including the Code of Corporate Governance. Financial Results and Board Meetings Schedules, LSE Updates, LSE Announcements. Markets; The Lahore Stock Exchange provide live Market activity such as; market highlights, UTS Status, Scrip Quote, Top Scrip and volume leaders in LSE. TREC Holders; TREC Holders Directory; having membership of the LSE is considered an honor. LSE TREC Holders community consists of 152 TREC Holders with a majority of corporate entities. TREC Holders Sign-in - TREC Holders login area for their data and reports. Inspection and compliance; The System Audit Regulation of the Exchange provide for a system audit of certain brokers after six months as per these Regulation to be conducted. TREC Holders Regulations; LSE has its own sets of rules and regulations to regulate TREC Holders firms, enforce compliance, monitoring of trades. Code of Conduct; Code of conduct is a set of rules outlining the responsibilities of or proper practices for an individual or organizations and TREC Holders Helpline; The IT Support Department is managing a dedicated TREC Holders Hotline to expeditiously attend to the queries/problems of the TREC Holders.

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Lahore Stock Exchange here Wednesday witnessed bearish trend by loosing 41.52 points, as the LSE Index-25 opened with 5837.62 points and closed at 5796.10 points. The market's overall situation also did not correspond to an upward trend as it remained at 1.091 million shares to close against previous turnover of 1.129 million shares, showing a downward slide of 37,500 shares. While, out of the total 80 active scrips, 17 moved up, 15 shed values and 48 remained equal. The Major Gainer of the day was Systems Limited, Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Limited and Byco Petroleum Pakistan by recording increase in their per share value by Rs 3.03, Rs 1.50 and Rs 1.04 respectively. Pakistan Petroleum Limited, Sui Southern Gas Company Limited and Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Limited lost their per share value by Rs 3.00, Rs 1.71 and Rs 1.65 respectively. Top three Volume Leaders of the day included Japan Power Generation Company Limited with 125,000 shares, Pace Pakistan Limited with 110,500 shares and K-Electric Limited with 98,000 shares.
Zia Paracha Thu 27 Aug, 2015

LSE gains 290.37 points. Lahore Stock Exchange (LSE) here Tuesday witnessed bullish trend by gaining 290.37 points as the LSE Index-25 opened with 5547.25 points and closed at 5837.62 points.The market's overall situation, however, did not correspond to an upward trend as it remained at 1.129 million shares to close against previous turnover of 3.463 million shares, showing a downward slide of 2.333 million shares. While, out of the total 95 active scrips 35 moved up, 8 shed values and 52 remained equal. The top three Major Gainers of the day were Engro Corporation Limited, Mari Petroleum Company and Highnoon Laboratories Limited by recording increase in their per share value by Rs 11.27, Rs 7.63 and Rs 7.20 respectively. Pakistan Oil Fields Limited, Pakistan State Oil Company Limited and Pakistan Petroleum Limited lost their per share value by Rs 13.82, Rs 7.81 and Rs 5.07 respectively.Top three Volume Leaders of the day included The Bank of Punjab Limited with 262,000 shares, Byco Petroleum Pakistan with 136,500 shares and Silk Bank Limited (Saudi) with 127,500 shares.
Imtiaz Ahmed Wed 26 Aug, 2015

Lahore Stock Exchange Ltd has approved the application for formal listing and quotation of shares of Al Shaheer Corporation Limited on completion of all formalities required under the Listing Regulations of the Exchange. After the listing of this company at the Ready Board Quotation, the number of companies listed at LSE would reach 434.
Muneeba Shahzad Mon 24 Aug, 2015

LSE approves listing of Al Shaheer Corp Limited's shares. Lahore Stock Exchange Ltd has approved formal listing and quotation of the shares of Al Shaheer Corporation Limited on completion of all formalities required under the Listing Regulations of the exchange. According to a notification, trading in the shares of the company will start on the Ready Board of the exchange from Monday (August 24), and all transactions taking place shall be settled on T+2 settlement basis from the above date. The first settlement date will be August 26. The market lot of the company will be 500 shares of Rs 10 per each. The shares of the company have already been declared eligible security by the Central Depository Company of Pakistan Ltd (CDC) and all the transactions shall be settled through the NCCPL, which has already assigned company code/security symbol as "ASC". The opening price of shares of the company will be Rs 95 per share as determined through book building process. Normal circuit breakers will be applicable on the opening price of shares in the Ready Market. After the listing of this company at the Ready Board Quotation, the number of companies listed at LSE would reach to 434. The share registrar of the company is Central Depository Company of Pakistan Ltd. The company will be quoted under "Food & Personal Care Products" sector of the Ready Board Quotation of the exchange. The LSE Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Aftab Ahmed Chaudhry congratulated the stakeholders and management of the new listed company M/s Al Shaheer Corporation Limited and informed the investors that after the listing of this company a new product in Food & Personal Care Products sector will available for investment.
Yousuf Ahsan Mon 24 Aug, 2015

The National Engineering Services Pakistan, a multinational and globally competitive state-owned enterprise of the government of Pakistan, has announced to earn highest ever amount of Rs1.5 billion in the month of June 2015 while its revenue for the whole financial year 2014-15 has reached Rs 6.8 billion, also a record amount in the history of NESPAK. This financial gain has given a much needed boost to the company and renewed the confidence of the management to further streamline its operations in Pakistan and abroad. MD Amjad A Khan said that its professionals are working day and night to take the company to new heights and providing top quality services for various nation building projects at home and abroad.
Fakhar Taymoor Mon 24 Aug, 2015

The PML-N government’s business-friendly policies have encouraged Kohinoor Textile Mills Limited (KTML) group to invest Rs 6 billion in the 40MW coal power project at its Maple Leaf Cement Factory. KTML Group Director Waleed Saigol told APP on Sunday that all rating industries and donor agencies have lauded the policies of the present government that has increased the foreign exchange reserves to a comfortable level of around $ 19 billion. Saigaol said the interest rates are at a decade low and Karachi Stock Exchange Index is at historic high of above 3600 points, adding that after a long time, a government in Pakistan has created an investment-friendly environment for the businessmen. He said there has been a positive change in law and order situation in Karachi as extortion mafia is almost eliminated and target killers have been apprehended in the effective operation by law enforcement agencies.
Irfan Saigol Mon 24 Aug, 2015

Some cases from Lahore Stock Exchange; The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore has arrested suspects Qaiser Ahmed, Zahid Parvez Khan and Khalid Islam Bhatti for causing a loss to the national exchequer and cheating the people at large.
Shafi Ahmed Thu 20 Aug, 2015

The Lahore Stock Exchange remained bearish for the second day, as the LSE-25 Index declined by 10 points to close at 6,269 points. Trading volumes were lower than the volumes recorded on the last trading day. Of the 98 companies traded, the value of 12 increased, 21 companies suffered losses, while there was no change in the value of 65 companies' shares. Trading volume was 1.12 million shares, lower than the trading volumes of 6.44 million shares recorded on the last trading day. Bank of Punjab was the volume leader with a turnover of 0.355 million shares.
Rashid Sawaar Thu 20 Aug, 2015

Lahore Stock Exchange here Tuesday witnessed bearish trend by loosing 10.27 points, as the LSE Index-25 opened with 6279.26 points and closed at 6268.99 points. The market's overall situation also did not correspond to an upward trend as it remained at 1.121 million shares to close against previous turnover of 6.448 million shares, showing an upward move of 5.327 million shares. While, out of the total 98 active scrips, 12 moved up, 21 shed values and 65 remained equal. The Major Gainer of the day was Highnoon Laboratories Limited, National Refinery Limited and National Bank Limited by recording increase in their per share value by Rs 18.10, Rs 2.40 and Re 0.50, respectively. Pakistan Oil Fields Limited, Honda Atlas Cars (Pak) Limited and Ghani Global Glass Limited lost their per share value by Rs 8.15, Rs 4.01 and Rs 1.13, respectively. Top three Volume Leaders of the day included The Bank of Punjab Limited with 355,000 shares, Silk Bank Limited (Saudi) with 116,500 shares and Pakistan Tele Communication Limited with 78,000 shares.
Imtiaz Nazar Wed 19 Aug, 2015

The National Accountability Bureau has denied the family and legal team of Qasim Zia a meeting with the PPP leader held for corruption in Stock Exchange, despite a NAB court had earlier allowed the application of his son to meet his father. Usman Qasim had filed the petition in the NAB courts, asking directives for NAB officials to allow a meeting with his father, Qasim Zia. According to Usman, Mr Zia has nothing to do with the allegations levelled against him as the case is politically initiated. He requested the court to for a meeting with his father besides his release. After hearing the arguments of the petitioner’s counsel, the court allowed the petition and directed the NAB investigation officer Shaharyar Jamil to arrange the meetings. However, when the petitioner got the certified copy of the order and reached at the lock up at NAB complex, Multan road, the investigator denied him access to this father, violating the court order.
Shabbir Rathore Thu 13 Aug, 2015

Lahore Stock Exchange (LSE) 25-Index on Wednesday declined 31 points to close at 6,257 points, reacting to tendering of resignations by lawmakers of a political party. The trading volumes were higher than volumes recorded on last trading day. Out of 99 companies traded the value of 22 shares increased, 15 companies suffered losses while there was no change in the value 54 shares. Trading volume was 3.29 million shares, which were higher than the trading volumes of 2.59 million shares recorded on last trading day. Silk Bank Limited was the volume leader with a turnover of 1.26 million shares.
Ahmed Bajwa Thu 13 Aug, 2015

Lahore Stock Exchange here Monday slightly up by gaining 4.21 points as the LSE Index-25 opened with 6304.44 points and closed at 6308.65 points. The market's overall situation, however, did not correspond to an upward trend as it remained at 1.894 million shares to close against previous turnover of 2.377 million shares, showing a downward move of 482,440 shares. While, out of the total 83 active scrips 19 moved up, 20 shed values and 44 remained equal. The top three Major Gainers of the day were Engro Corporation Limited, Nishat (Chunian) Limited and Engro Fertilizers Limited by recording increase in their per share value by Rs 9.62, Rs 1.51 and Rs 1.44, respectively. Mari Petroleum Company Limited, Pakistan Oil Fields Limited and Arif Habib Corporation Limited were among top three, which lost their per share value by Rs 8.00, Rs 7.09 and Rs 3.01 respectively. Top three Volume Leaders of the day included Silk Bank Limited-LOR with 831,000 shares, Pace Pakistan Limtied with 150,000 shares and Silk Bank Limited (Saudi) with 133,000 shares.Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2015
Khalil Ahmed Tue 11 Aug, 2015

LSE index further improves. The LSE-25 index further improved by 88.96 points to 6281.27 against 6192.31 of Wednesday as equities maintained upward slide for the second day on the Lahore Stock Exchange on Thursday. The transaction volume squeezed to 4.845 million shares compared with the previous volume of 6.613 million shares. As a result of fresh buying, most of the bluechips and ready board shares including Highnoon Laboratories, Systems Limited, Chashma Sugar Mills, Faran Sugar Mills, Pak Elektron, Fauji Fertiliser, Nishat Mills, Hascol Petroleum Nishat Chunian, NetSol Technologies, Pervez Ahmed Securities and K-Electric registered gains. However, a few companies like OGDC, Fauji Cement, Dewan Cement, WorldCall Telecom and Ghani Automobile ended in negative zone with marginal declines. The advancing stocks were far ahead of the declining ones. Of 97 active issues, 39 companies recorded gains, five stayed in minus column while 53 companies remained unchanged at their day earlier closing. The Highnoon Laboratories gained Rs 15.73, Systems Limited improved by Rs 2.96, while Chashma Sugar Mills, Pak Elektron and Faran Sugar Mills were up by Rs 2.67, Rs 2.41 and Rs 2.23, respectively. The OGDC lost 43-paisa while the Fauji Cement and Dewan Cement were declined by 41-paisa and 23-paisa, respectively. The Silk Bank was the market leader whose 2.135 million shares changed hands followed by the NIB Bank with 1.191 million shares.
Ishaq Yaqoob Fri 07 Aug, 2015

Lahore Stock Exchange (LSE) here Monday witnessed bullish trend by gaining 46.28 points as the LSE Index-25 opened with 6109.29 points and closed at 6155.57 points. The market's overall situation, however, did not correspond to an upward trend as it remained at 1.452 million shares to close against previous turnover of 1.911 million shares, showing a downward move of 459,550 shares. While, out of the total 90 active scrips 20 moved up, 14 shed values and 56 remained equal. The top three Major Gainers of the day were Lafarge Pakistan Cement, Faran (O) Sugar Mills Limited and Pak Elektron Limited by recording increase in their per share value by Re 0.88, Re 0.85 and Re 0.79 respectively. Habib Bank Limited, Fauji Fertilizer Bin Qasim and Cyan Limited (Central) lost their per share value by Rs. 5.33, Rs. 2.45 and Rs. 1.08 respectively. Top three Volume Leaders of the day included Silk Bank Limited-LOR with with 716,000 share, Power Cement Limited with 108,000 shares and Pace Pakistan Limited with 66,000 shares.
Iqbal Ansari Wed 05 Aug, 2015

Don’t misread market momentum, says LSE MD - At a time when the Pakistan stock market is outperforming many peers, Lahore Stock Exchange Managing Director Aftab Ahmad Chaudhry has, in a note of caution, suggested that investors should not misread the market momentum. “We have been told by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) to guide new as well as existing investors and prevent them from misreading the market due to its consistent performance,” said Chaudhry while briefing the media about investor sentiments here on Monday. Pakistani stock exchanges, led by the Karachi Stock Exchange, are consistently performing well and are declared among the top 10 performers in the world. Chaudhry pointed out that trading volumes in the last fiscal year were higher than the average turnover recorded in the last five years. “With the start of the new fiscal year, we are seeing more volumes and the trend is likely to continue as the country’s economy is improving,” he said, adding profits of the corporate sector were also on the rise and investors were coming back to the market. However, it was a cause of concern for Chaudhry that volumes were highly concentrated in low-tier stocks, indicating investor interest in them rather than top-tier shares. He cautioned investors that any law and order or political issue could hurt the market and they should keep these things in mind.
Nisar Farooq Tue 04 Aug, 2015

DISPEL - THE RUMORS - Rumors have been swirling around the stock market, creating an excuse to speculate. A wave of rumors and other misleading information appeared to have fueled stock market volatility. It is prudent for market participants to verify such information with care and caution, before making their investment decisions.
Salim Awan Tue 04 Aug, 2015

Shares on Thursday moved both ways on the Lahore Stock Exchange and finally ended in a negative zone amid an ascending transaction volume because of selling pressure. The LSE-25 index lost 48.50 points to 6183.12 against 6231.62 of Wednesday while trading turnover increased to 8.441 million shares compared with the day earlier volume of 2.960 million shares. The market resumed trading on a mixed note and remained range-bound during early trading hours. Later the market witnessed up and downward moves but finally ended in red zone, as investors preferred profit taking in Maple Leaf Cement, Fauji Cement, Dewan Cement, Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim, Ghani Automobile, Dewan Farooq Motors, Descon Chemicals, MCB Bank, Byco Petroleum and Pace Pakistan. The Pakistan Oil Fields, Attock Refinery, Fatima Fertiliser, Pakistan Reinsurance, Dewan Sugar Mills, Asakri Bank, Bank of Punjab, Lafarge Pakistan Cement and E-Electric resisted pressure. Of 83 firms, 10 gained and 23 lost but 50 others remained unchanged. The Pakistan Oil Fields gained Rs 11.84 while Attock Refinery and Fatima Fertiliser were up by Rs 6.00 and Rs 1.03, respectively. The Maple Leaf Cement lost Rs 3.73, Fauji Cement shed Rs 1.50 while Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim and Ghani Automobile were down by Rs 1.05 and Re 1.00, respectively. The Silk Bank with trading of 7.009 million shares topped the volume leaders followed by Pace Pakistan with 356,500 shares.
Javed A Shahzad Mon 03 Aug, 2015

Lahore Stock market is not big like Karachi Stock market. Karachi Stock market support whole country growth. Whereas LSE has lost around 48.5 points which dragged the LSE Stock market into Negative zone this all thing happen because of selling pressure.
Saleem Aaro Sat 01 Aug, 2015

Shares on Monday nose-dived at the Lahore Stock Exchange amid bearish sentiments as the LSE-25 index plunged by 170.93 points to 6159.38 against 6330.31 of last Friday. The transaction volume restricted to 7.401 million shares compared with the day previous volume of 15.122 million shares. The market resumed trading on a depressed note and remained under pressure till close of trading. The investors preferred offloaded at available rates to secure their positions. The bluechips and ready board shares like Maple Leaf Cement, Adamjee Insurance, the Fauji Fertiliser and the Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim, Pakistan Refinery, OGDC, Attock Refinery, Byco Petroleum, Glaxo Smith Kline, Askari Bank, Silk Bank, NIB Bank, Bank of Punjab, Summit Bank, PIA, Pervez Ahmed Securities, Southern Electric Power and Dewan Salman Fibre remained under selling pressure. Only a single company registered gain, 36 stayed in negative zone while 46 companies remained unchanged at their last week closing. The MCB Bank gained 98-paisa whereas the Maple Leaf Cement lost Rs 3.88, Adamjee Insurance declined by Rs 2.73, Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim shed Rs 2.42 while the Fauji Fertiliser and Pakistan Refinery were down by Rs 2.10 and Rs 1.90, respectively. The Silk Bank with trading of 5.278 million shares topped the volume leaders followed by NIB Bank with 598,000 shares.
Nisar Rao Tue 28 Jul, 2015

The LSE-25 index further declined by 25.70 points to close at 6346.20 against 6371.90 of Thursday amid significantly improved trading turnover on the Lahore Stock Exchange. The transaction volume witnessed handsome improvement of over 9.716 million shares to 15.122 million shares compared with the day earlier volume of 5.406 million shares. Buyers' interest in Engro Foods, Treet Corporation, Sui Northern, Sui Southern, Ghani Automobile, Dewan Farooq Motors, Descon Chemicals, Engro Polymer and Chemicals and PTCL, Dewan Salman Fibre, Pervez Ahmed Securities, Lotte Chemical Pakistan, Fatima Fertilizer and IGI Investment helped market sentiments. The National, Askari, Alfalah and Silk Banks, the Fauji Fertiliser, Lafarge Pakistan Cement, Power Cement, Fauji Cement, Byco Petroleum and Japan Power were succumbed of profit taking. Of 87 firms, 23 gained, 19 stayed in negative zone while 45 remained unchanged at their previous closing. The Highnoon Laboratories gained Rs 8.78, Engro Foods improved by Rs 4.28 while Treet Corporation, Sui Northern and Sui Southern were up by Rs 1.99, Rs 1.59 and Rs 1.50, respectively. The National Bank and the Fauji Fertiliser lost 90 paisas each while the Askari and Alfalah Banks were down by 80 paisas and 71 paisas, respectively. The Silk Bank with trading of 11.702 million shares topped the volume leaders followed by the NIB Bank with 611,000 shares.
Imran Butt Mon 27 Jul, 2015

          
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