ISLAMABAD – ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – The Pakistan Stock Exchange’s (PSX) KSE 100 index went bullish on Friday, adding 263.35 points, or 0.58 percent, to close at 45,345.65 points, up from 45,082.30 points the previous working day.
During the day, a total of 242,263,117 shares were traded, compared to 345,295,628 shares the day before, and the price of shares was Rs7.933 billion, compared to Rs13.239 billion the day before.
In the stock market, 354 firms traded shares, with 208 of them making a profit and 124 losing money, while the share prices of 22 companies stayed steady.
Telecard Limited, with a volume of 26,149,000 shares and a price per share of Rs18.43, WorldCall Telecom, with a volume of 21,662,500 shares and a price per share of Rs2.28, and TRG Pak Ltd, with a volume of 18,994,513 shares and a price per share of Rs105.76, were the top three trading companies.
Rafhan Maize saw a largest increase of Rs599 per share, finishing at Rs9900, while Bata (Pak)XD was the runner-up, with share prices rising by Rs153.70 to Rs2203.70.
Colgate Palm lost the most money, dropping Rs158 to close at Rs2282, and was followed by Ismail Ind, which lost Rs33.70 to settle at Rs416.30.