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KSE-100 Index jump with 836.45 points on global cues
November 02, 2017
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KARACHI: After a prolonged negativity at the bourse, the bulls returned to the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Wednesday to take the benchmark KSE-100 Index up 836.45 points or 2.11 per cent to cose at 40,453.64 points.

The index touched the day’s high of 40,558.97 points and low of 39,617.19. Positive global cues played a major role in pulling the index up.

Stocks closed sharply higher led by scrips across the board amid investor expectations of a package for stock market as well as S&P outlook for Pakistan’s economy.

On Tuesday, the index closed at 39,617.19 points with a loss of 707.13 points.

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