KARACHI: The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) reopened on Friday after a lengthy week-long holiday and still closed on a negative note after losing the 45,000 points level.
The benchmark KSE-100 index plunged in early trading session and reached the lowest level of 44,784.42 points. It eventually regained control in later trading but closed on a negative note.
The bourse decreased by 408.60 points, with a negative change of 0.9 percent, and closed at 44,840.81 points. The total volume of shares were 87.692 million valued at Rs4.57 billion. The lower bench KSE-30 index decreased by 165.98 (-0.96%) and closed at 17,148.53 points. The total volume of shares were 60.383 million.