KSE-100 index loses 246 points to close at 41,624 points.
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Only 56.9 million shares worth Rs2.6 billion were traded at the exchange in shortened trading hours.
KSE-100 index loses 158 points, with value of shares traded touching 149-session low.
The index shed over 650 points soon after opening before climbing back up towards close.
KSE-100 Index slumps 1,096 points amid political confusion to close at 42,499 points.
The return for CY2018 dishes out by the local bourse is 10 per cent.
Cement sector dominated trading with 37.8m shares traded while others trailed far behind.
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Trading remains dull with 130.5m shares worth Rs5.6bn traded.
Benchmark index closes at 45,196 points after trading in the red all day.
Exceptional interest in the Bank of Punjab observed with 85.3m shares traded.
Benchmark index loses 257 points ahead of federal budget announcement.
Trading in the day remained slow, with only 112.6 million shares traded at the exchange.
Chemical sector dominates trading by a margin with 41.7m shares traded.
KSE-100 index loses 91 points to close at 45,388.
The cement sector dominated trading with 18.6m shares traded.
Volumes remain dull while chemical sector dominates trading.
The chemicals sector dominated trading by a margin with 23.6m shares traded.
The power generation and distribution sector dominates trading with over 38.7m shares changing hands.
Chemical sector dominates trading with over 67m shares traded.
Trading was heavily dominated by the chemical sector with over 57m shares were traded in the sector.
KSE-100 index loses 57 points to close at 46,581.
KSE-100 index closes at 46,639 after gaining 77 points.
The chemical sector continued to dominate trading with 36.9m shares traded.
KSE-100 index gains 90 points to close at 43,104.
Chemicals sector dominates trading by a margin with over 58m shares traded.
Volumes soar with over 100m shares traded in cement and chemicals sectors.
KSE-100 index gains 71 points to close at 45,560.
Technology and communication sector dominates trading with 29.3m shares traded.