Engineering, chemical and telecommunication sectors lead trading as KSE-100 inches close to the 46,000 mark.
The London-listed luxury shoemaker had put itself up for sale in April as part of a strategic review.
Production grew to more than 88,000 barrels per day in 2016-17.
FMPAC say govt has not issued a fertiliser subsidy notification so far.
These include five major projects of energy, transport and communications and physical planning worth about Rs88bn.
IMF's WEO projects growth will slip to 2.6pc before recovering in 2018.
Exports fall by 4pc year-on-year despite government support.
Move "a possibility" as Fund will need to increase representation of major emerging markets as their economies grow.
The communication sector led activity at the bourse, with 26.8 million shares traded.
Govt issues separate notifications suspending Hijazi and appointing "senior most commissioner" as acting chairman.
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