Islamabad: The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) witnessed a bullish trend on Tuesday. The KSE 100 index closed at 36,745.22 points, while the previous working day was 36,618.57 points, a change of 126.65 points (0.35%).
The total volume of transactions was 466,251,316 shares, compared with 468,906,802 shares the day before, while the value of shares traded on the same day was Rs 18,258 crore compared to Rs 18,55 crore on the previous trading day.
As many as 393 companies have traded stocks on the stock market, 214 of which have recorded gains and 158 have continued to lose money, while the stock prices of 21 companies have remained unchanged.
The three top traded companies were K-Electric Ltd with a volume of 39,266,000 shares and price per share of Rs3.15, Pak Elektron with a volume of 33,542,500 with price per share of Rs29.07 and Maple Leaf with a volume of 25,272,500 and price per share of Rs30.78.
Hinopak Motor’s highest record was 36.51 rupees per share, closing at 523.41 rupees, while Indus Motor Co ranked second with an increase of 29.37 rupees per share, closing at 1220.51 rupees.
Philip Morris Pak’s biggest decline was 50 rupees per share, closing at 1750 rupees. The share price of Indus Dyeing Corporation of India fell 41 rupees to close at 551 rupees.