Pakistan stock exchange (PSX) experienced a bearish trend as KSE 100 index closed at 37,695. The index gained 636 points from 37,058.95.
Today a total of 274,483,510 shares were traded whereas 307,960,340 shares were traded yesterday. The total value of the shares traded is Rs16.733 billion whereas yesterday the total value of the shares traded was Rs 11.484 billion.
The top traded companies were Maple Leaf with a total volume of 27,881,000 shares and price/share of Rs 30.74, Pak Petroleum Limited with a total volume of 23,618,400 and price/share of Rs 98.25 and Fauji Cement with a total volume of 16,094,000 and price/ share of Rs 18.42.
Colgate Palmolive saw the maximum increase of Rs 155.99 per share, closing at Rs 2387.99 followed by Philip Morris Pak which was up with an increase of Rs 88.97 per share, closing at Rs 2037.95..
Unilever Foods observed maximum decrease of Rs 190 per share, closing at Rs 7210 while Sapphire Fiber share prices decreased by Rs 50.12 per share closing at Rs 711..