KSE-100 index rises 70.52 points

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Staff Reporter
Karachi

Pakistan’s stock market on Tuesday experienced a volatile session owing to worsening state of affairs on the Covid front combined with nationwide protests that hurt investor confidence in equities and capped gains. As a result, the benchmark KSE-100 index gained just 71 points.

A persistent increase in Covid infections across the country impacted investor morale as growing fears of a complete lockdown left them worried.