KARACHI: Bulls hardly managed to stay put in PSX on week’s last trading day as KSE-100 Index closed in the green (46,639) with an augmentation of barely 77 points.
It is pertinent to mention here that PM’s revelation apropos Tax Amnesty Scheme encouraged investors buy heavily. As a result the index gained more than 580 points. But profit-taking at a later stage caused index to come down.
Rs. 14.6b worth of 248m shares changed hands today. Value of the shares of 171 companies increased, 167 plummeted while 27 remained stagnant.
Chemical, Cement and Commercial Banking Sectors led the trading on week’s last trading day with 38m, 32.1m and 25.9m shares respectively.
Top five traders of shares were Engro Polymer & Chemicals Ltd., 16.3m shares (+2.06pc);
Sui Northern Gas Pipe Line Ltd., 12.9m shares (+2.93pc); TRG Pakistan Ltd., 10.7m shares (+1.60pc); Fauji Cement Co Ltd., 10.7m shares (+1.63pc); Pakistan Elektron Ltd., 10.5m shares (+0.23pc).