The market closes with a loss of 353.45 points (1.11 per cent) at 31,555.47.
PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET
PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET
The KSE-100 index cedes 65.30 points from the 1,332 points accumulated in the previous three bullish sessions.
KSE-100 index gains 795 points (2.68 per cent) week-on-week and settles at 30,467 points.
KSE-100 index closes up by 385 points (1.3 per cent) at 30,057.
KSE-100 index plunges 1,678 points (5.35pc) and settles below the 30,000 level at 29,672 points.
KSE-100 index plunges 479 points (1.6 per cent) and close at 30,159.
The benchmark index shoots up 3 per cent on back of rumors that Pakistan might exit the FATF grey list.
KSE-100 Index commences week on a negative note, closing at 31,181 points — down 1.5 per cent.
The KSE-100 index contributes losses of 437 points (1.4 per cent) to close at a 52-week low of 31,666.
The benchmark KSE-100 index plunges by 356 points (1.10 per cent) in the outgoing week to close at 32,103 points.
The benchmark KSE-100 index, down by a staggering 1,214 points or 3.60 per cent, closes at 32,459 points.
The KSE-100 index goes into a tail spin to tank by 672.45 points (2.04 per cent) and close at 32,309.54.
Analysts hold expected hike in SBP's benchmark policy rate responsible for the sell-off.
The KSE-100 index declined by 518 points (1.51 per cent) over the preceding week to wind up at 33,672.
The index opened in the positive and rose to intraday high by 118 points but soon succumbed to selling pressure.
KSE-100 index closes with a gain of 112.90 points (0.33 per cent) at 33,855.58.
The worries centered on two key issues: developments on the Market Support Fund and the upcoming budget 2019-20.
Headwinds in international oil prices push E&P stocks lower; cements and chemicals contribute to decline.
The benchmark index gained only 15 points before closing.
"Investors celebrated the news reports of the confirmation of government support fund aimed at stabilising the market."
The index loses 748 points; experts say "investors became weary of holding positions through the holiday season".
The index easily crosses two successive barriers to settle at 35,704 points.
The market closed at the loss of 155.77 points.
Stock market ends worst week in 17 years; rupee hits 151 in open market; brokers meet SBP governor.
Analysts hold tough conditions attached with the IMF package responsible for bearish rule at the bourse.
Trading has been suspended after more than 25 brokerage houses were unable to access the trading network.
Investors’ faith in the prevailing economic situation hit rock bottom.
The benchmark closes at 36,922 before hitting a day low at 36,738 points.
Participants pin hopes on heavy investment inflow expected to be announced during the visit of Saudi crown prince.
The benchmark KSE-100 Index gains 929 points to close at 37,996.