Trading opened at 39,607 points before gradually dropping to 38,719.
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The drop comes after the SBP raises key lending rate by 150 basis points to 10 per cent.
Market opens on a positive note, climbs more than 1,000 points within first 10 minutes of trading.
Foreigners are no longer able to set the direction of the market.
The chemical sector dominated trading by a margin with 50.9m shares traded.
KSE-100 index gains 98 points to close at 42,810 points.
Cement sector dominated trading with 53.1m shares traded.
KSE-100 index gains 770 points to close at 43,557 points.
KSE-100 index up 697 points.
Volumes climbed to 254 million while the traded value also rose to Rs9.2 billion.
The index opened higher and maintained its positive movement through the session.
KSE-100 index was down by 758 points (1.84 per cent) to close at 40,464.
Volumes dropped to only 109 million shares today while the traded value stood at Rs5.1 billion.
Commercial banks dominated trading with 33.3m shares traded, followed by the chemical sector with 28.5m shares traded.
The market opened positive and quickly touched intraday high by 400 points.
"Market Participation was recorded as the highest in more than three months as volume grew 36 per cent over yesterday."
KSE-100 index gains 267 points to close at 39,933 points.
Commercial banking sector dominated trading by a margin with 50m shares traded.
Commercial banks dominated trading by a margin with 45m shares traded.
KSE-100 index gains 288 points to close at 39,875 points.
In all, 128.4 million shares worth Rs6 billion were traded at the exchange.
KSE-100 index gains 164 points after see-saw session to close at 39,453.
The benchmark KSE-100 index closed 45 points above yesterday's close at 40,284.
Power generation and distribution sector dominates trading with KE as teh highest traded scrip.
KSE-100 index slides to 40,346 points a day after accountability court sets date for Avenfield verdict announcement.
KSE-100 index loses 177 points to close at 41,375 points.
The benchmark KSE-100 index lost 87 points to close at 41,911 points.
In all, 160 million shares worth Rs7.2 billion were traded at the exchange.
KSE-100 Index gains 472 points to close at 41,718.
The cement sector dominated trading with 44.1m shares traded.