ISLAMABAD: The 100-index of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) took some relief and turned around to a bullish trend on Tuesday while gaining 82.00 points, with a positive change of 0.20 % and closed at 40,082.37 against 40,000.37 points on the last trading day.
A total of 87,215,381 shares were transacted during the day as compared to 64,511,856 shares the previous day, while the price of shares stood at Rs 3.312 billion compared to Rs 2.501 billion on Monday.
Bullish Trend at Pakistan Stock Exchange
As many as 319 companies traded their shares in the stock market; 141 of them recorded gains and 145 sustained losses, while the share price of 33 companies were traded without change.
The three top-trading companies were WorldCall Telecom, with 4,170,588 shares at Rs 1.20 per share; Telecard Limited, with 23,781,500 shares at Rs 8.15 per share; and K-Electric Limited, with 3,769,542 shares at Rs 2.08 per share.
Unilever Foods witnessed a maximum appreciation of Rs 575.00 per share price, closing at Rs18500.00, while the runner-up was Rafhan Maize with a rise of Rs 531.49 in its per share price to Rs 8088.99.
Pak Services witnessed a maximum decline of Rs 82.00 per share, closing at Rs 1017.00, followed by Blessed Tex. with a decrease of Rs 27.74 to close at Rs 342.25.