KSE-100 index dips 353.52 points


Staff Reporter


Stocks struggled to find a floor on Friday as a sell-off resumed amid lockdown worries after Thursday’s brief respite. Bears got control of the market and the KSE-100 index endured another round of battering, diving over 400 points in intra-day trading. Though the index stayed in the green for a brief period in the first session, it failed to advance further and succumbed to selling pressure in the second session, sparked by news that the government was going to impose smart lockdowns.

Previous articleAl-Qaeda chief Ayman Al-Zawahiri has passed away
Next articleSafety, security of int’l waters being ensured via collaborative initiatives: Naval Chief