PSX sheds 104 points


The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) continued with bearish trend in another low-volume session on Tuesday, with the benchmark KSE-100 Index shedding 104.79 points (-0.23 percent) to close at 45,507.41 points.

The market opened on a positive note but remained volatile due to the rising number of Omicron cases and surging crude oil prices.

The market switched between the green and red territories and remained positive for most part of the session except for the last one hour trading, which eroded all the gains of the day.

The KSE-100 Index moved in a range of 288.64 points, showing an intraday low of 45,469.46 points and a high of 45,758.10 points.

Among other indices, the KSE All Share Index shed 75.07 points (-0.24 percent) to close at 31,159.16 points, while KMI All Share Islamic Index shed 0.26 points (-0 percent) to close at 22,439.33 points. TLTP


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