Islamabad: The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) showed a bullish trend on Wednesday. The KSE 100 index closed at 33,693.04 points, while the previous working day was 33,603.02 points, with a positive change of 90.02 points (0.27%).
A total of 219,201,627 shares were traded, compared with the previous day’s 224,534,623 shares, while the value of the stocks traded on the day was Rs 8.213 crore compared to Rs 73.65 crore the previous trading day.
As many as 346 companies trade stocks on the stock market, of which 152 companies have recorded gains and 174 have sustained losses, while the stock prices of 20 companies have remained unchanged.
The top three companies by volume are: Maple Leaf, with a total share capital of 23,239,500 shares and a price of Rs 27.41 per share; TRG Pak Ltd, with a total share capital of 16,308,500 and a share price of Rs 21.01, Dewan Cement, with a total share capital of 16,179,000 Rs8.24 share per share.
Rafhan corn’s highest increase was 90 rupees per share, closing at 7000 rupees, Sanofi-Aventis XD ranked second with an increase of 28.15 rupees per share, closing at 763.15 rupees.
Unilever Foods recorded the largest decline in XD at 589 rupees per share, closing at 9011 rupees, while the Indian dyeing price fell 46.06 rupees to close at 570 rupees.