The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) Tuesday witnessed a bullish trend as the index soared by 405 points, crossing the 60,000-point mark.
As traders looked to cash in on the positive trend, the overall trading numbers reached 60,460 points. In November alone, the KSE-100 index has hiked by more than 8,000 points.
At 10:19am, the benchmark KSE-100 index was at 60,460 points up by 648 points compared to yesterday’s closing of 59,811.
Muhammad Saad Ali, a capital market expert, said that KSE100 has risen 48% since June.
Commenting on the recent positive rally, he said: “Recently the rally has extended after the IMF positive review, good macro data reinforcing the market outlook for rate cuts in Dec MPC while global oil prices are under pressure and PKR-USD has stabilised.”
The market also rallied positively on Monday as stocks continued their record-breaking run with the benchmark index closing just shy of the 60,000-point mark.
Analysts said the equities market has been thriving since the successful first review with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which will lead to the release of the next loan tranche.
On Monday, the index traded in a range of 896.77 points, with an intraday high of 59,896.08 (+809.73) and a low of 58,999.31 (-87.04) points. The total volume of the KSE-100 Index was 276.858 million shares.
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