KSE-100 Index closes in red, down by 157.21 points – Mettis Global Link1 min read
October 25, 2022 (MLN): Domestic equities on Tuesday witnessed a risky session as buyers remained careful and booked profit most of the time amid political sounds.
As a result, the advertising pressure has led the benchmark KSE-100 index in direction of red, losing 157.21 points to settle the index at 42,190.02, marking an intraday large of 42,523.51 and an intraday lower of 42,156.68.
By the session’s close, the overall volumes of the KSE-100 index stood at 72.23 million shares, in comparison to 65mn shares traded on Monday.
In terms of sectors, most of the unfavorable contributions arrived from technological innovation & communication, cement, and car which cumulatively subtract over 150 factors from the index tally by the day’s stop.
Out of 92 companies’ shares traded currently 29 companies recorded gains and 59 companies sustained losses and 4 companies’ shares remained unchanged.
In the meantime, the quantity leaders on the benchmark index have been PTC (6.63mn), UNITY (6mn), TRG (5.9mn), and ATRL (5.35mn).
The scrips which attained the most all through the session bundled: DAWH (3.60%), GADT (2.65%), POML (2.55%), and ICI (2.1).
On the other hand, the stocks that emerged as web losers for the duration of the working day bundled TRG (7.5%), NRL (2.81%), MUREB (2.44%), and PSMC (1.92%).
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