Fear of Mr. Qadri seems greater than the long march which kept investors pondering what to do. During the interim period benchmark turned extremely volatile swinging in both the direction. Long march is expected to start over the weekend; hence trades may offload their short term position before the weekend. Over the last few days benchmark moved in a narrow band, but interestingly it got ample support at lower level from intuitions which restricted the downward market movement.
On Thursday, KSE‐100 declines with thin volumes with 89.148 mln shares traded during the day. KSE-100 Index closed yesterday at 16529.92 declining 212.30 points
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