Closing Bell – Index Declines by 1.32 Percent, closes at 51453.16 points

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Market dropped a total of 685.74 points or a 1.32 percent today as nearly all of the scrips traded during the ay ended up in red. The index ferried downward due to profit taking in the MSCI led stocks which cumulatively dropped the market by 273 points.

The net gainers during today’s session were; Pakistan Tobacco Company Limited PAKT +2.58%, Mari Petroleum MARI 1.21%, Jubilee Life Insurance Company JLICL +2.08%, Wah Noble Chemicals WAHN +5.00% and EFU Life Insurance EFUL +5.00%

The net decliners during the session were; Rafhan Maize RMPL -1.36%, Sanofi Aventis Pakistan SAPL -2.84%, Unilever Pakistan Foods Limited UPFL -0.65%, Wyeth Pakistan WYETH -1.63% and Indus Motor Company INDU -1.82%.

All Share Volume increased by 31.51 Million to 234.59 Million Shares. Market Cap decreased by Rs.105.81 Billion.

Total companies traded were 382 compared to 375 from the previous session. Of the scrips traded 79 closed up, 294 closed down while 9 remained unchanged.

Total trades increased by 10,437 to 85,874.

Value Traded increased by 3.34 Billion to Rs.16.32 Billion

Company Volume

Top Ten by Volume

Power Cement(R) 23,981,500
Engro Polymer & Chemicals 11,627,000
TRG Pakistan 9,420,500
International Steels 8,587,500
Aisha Steel Mills 8,531,000
First Capital Securities Corporation 7,484,000
Bank Of Punjab(R) 7,344,500
Dewan Farooque Motors 7,324,000
Sui Northern Gas Pipelines 6,733,000
Oil & Gas Development Company 6,124,000
Sector Volume

Top Sector by Volume

Cement 35,936,000
Engineering 29,026,000
Commercial Banks 26,538,300
Chemical 17,981,250
Technology & Communication 16,468,500
Inv. Banks / Inv. Cos. / Securities Cos. 10,751,000
Oil & Gas Marketing Companies 10,156,200
Power Generation & Distribution 9,254,500
Automobile Assembler 8,599,900
Textile Composite 7,895,500

 

Posted on: 2017-05-30T15:36:00+05:00

Data is delayed by 20 minutes

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