On Tuesday, the Pakistan Stock Market Benchmark (KSE-100) index saw a decline, reaching an intraday low of -871.43 points. The KSE-100 finished the day at 63,737.46, down 531.91 points, or 0.83%, from the previous session. With an intraday high of 64,246.68 (+22.70) points and a low of 63,397.94 (-871.43) points, the index moved within a range of 848.74 points.

The KSE-100 index saw 234.389 million shares traded overall. The index saw a weekly gain of 123 points, or 0.19%, last week. Out of the 100 index companies, 23 ended the day with a higher closing, 72 with a lower closing, 2 with no change, and 3 not traded.

PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET PSX: KSE – 100 WEEKLY TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

KSE100 PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET SUMMARY 2024-01-16 at 4.45.38 PM
KSE100 PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET SUMMARY 2024-01-16 at 4.45.38 PM

MARKET PERFOMANCE KSE-100

The VOLUME and VALUE TRADED (000’s) stood at 234,389,148 and Rs.9,184,827.99 respectively. Index closed at 63,737.46 points erasing -531.91 points from the index. Sectors contributing negatively to KSE100 index included Oil and Gas Exploration sector, Power Generation and Fertilizer sector.
KSE100 TOP POINTS CONTRIBUTOR SECTORS 2024-01-16 at 4.46.23 PM
TOP POINTS CONTRIBUTOR SECTORS 2024-01-16 at 4.46.23 PM
Companies contributing negatively to the index included PPL, OGDC, HUBC. The volume leaders included KEL(-1.05%), PTC(+6.38%), WTL(-1.49%). The scrips traded 50.78 million, 48.57 million and 32.11 million shares respectively.
kse100 TOP POINTS CONTRIBUTOR COMPANIES 2024-01-16 at 4.46.04 PM
TOP POINTS CONTRIBUTOR COMPANIES 2024-01-16 at 4.46.04 PM

In the wider market scenario, the All-Share index concluded at 43,173.72, witnessing a net loss of 269.78 points.

The total market volume amounted to 407.356 million shares, reflecting an increase from the previous session’s 381.734 million. However, the traded value stood at Rs12.63 billion, indicating a decrease of Rs1.43 billion.

Throughout 168,191 reported trades involving 336 companies, 91 experienced gains, 218 recorded losses, and 27 remained unchanged.

MARKET NEWS

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The caretaker government has decisively declared a significant drop in petrol prices, providing relief to Pakistani consumers everywhere. According to a notification released by the Finance Division, the price of petrol would drop by Rs8 per litre starting on January 16 and will remain that way for the following two weeks.

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