The KSE-100 index finished flat with loss of 33.44 points.
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Emergence of bargain hunters, institutions' cherry-picking saw index rise by 174 points after seeing an intraday low.
KARACHI: Kot Addu Power Company (Kapco) announced financial results for June-December 2016 on Tuesday, posting a...
The KSE-100 index dipped after investors decided to take profits following uncertainty over a host of factors.
KARACHI: Nishat Mills Ltd (NML) posted a consolidated profit of Rs3.78 billion for the six months ending on Dec 31,...
The benchmark KSE-100 index lost 213 points (0.43 per cent) to close at 49,376.
KARACHI: The Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd’s (OGDCL) after-tax profit dropped 12 per cent to Rs30 billion...
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The banking sector led the gainers supported by the Oil and Gas Development Company.
Selling intensified as too many factors proved to be sentiment dampeners.
Market participants believe stocks drifted lower due to concerns over liquidity crunch following the SECP’s crackdown.
Suspends chief regulatory officer pending an enquiry
KARACHI: The stock market fumbled for direction in the absence of triggers on Monday with the KSE-100 index added...
The 50K mark was crossed but not sustained due to technical resistance, profit-taking.
KSE-100 index ekes out marginal gains of 16.93 points to close at 49,925.08 points.
Volumes grew 8pc to 539 million shares while the trading value rose 18pc to Rs24.5b
Investors kept to the sideline as the regulator tightened its noose on the illegal ‘badla’ providers.
The session remained volatile as investors awaited a strong trigger to break the 50,000 barrier.
PSO posted a profit-after-tax of Rs10b, translating its earnings per share at Rs36.90.
The stock market staged another range-bound session with the KSE-100 index gaining 74.21 points.