Islamabad: On Friday, the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) showed a bearish trend. The KSE 100 index closed at 42,530.67 points, a negative change of 116.68 points (0.44%) compared to 42,647.35 points in the previous working day.
The total trading volume was 526,186,254 shares, compared with 884,962,929 shares traded on the previous day, while the value of shares traded on that day was Rs 17.59 billion, compared with Rs 27.158 billion in the previous trading day.
As many as 432 companies have conducted stock transactions on the stock market, of which 170 companies have realized gains and 249 have suffered sustained losses, while the stock prices of 12 companies have remained unchanged.
The top three trading companies are Hascol Petrol, with a trading volume of Rs 61,139,000 and a price of Rs 21.21 per share; Byco Petroleum, a trading volume of Rs 54,641,000, with a price per share It is 11.99 rupees, and Bak Int.Bulk has a transaction volume of 25,757,500 rupees, and the price is 13.70 rupees per share.
The highest record of Unilever Foods XD was 600 rupees per share and closed at 13.500 rupees, while Sapphire Tex ranked second with an increase of 52.08 rupees, closing at 881.99 rupees.
Nestlé Pakistan’s biggest drop was 325.99 rupees per share to close at 6650.01 rupees, while Bhanero Tex shares fell 64.99 rupees to close at 925.01 rupees.