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Tuesday, 27 September 2011



Karachi Stocks Up 262.37 Points:
KARACHI, Sept 27: At close of trading, the KSE-100 index was at 11527.40, up 262.37 points.

September 27, 2011

UniLever Pak Ltd
Rs 107.60
Unliver Pak Food
Rs (42.88)
Nestle Pakistan
Rs 69.28
Indus Motors
Rs (7.59)
Rafhan Maize
Rs 25.00
Blessed Tex
Rs (4.65)
Siemens Pak
Rs 18.73
Shield Corporate
Rs (3.50)
Indus Dyeing
Rs 14.47
Mehmood Tex.
Rs (3.13)

KSE 30 – Shares Index
Previous 10,751.66,Tuesday’s11,036.47, plus 284.81 points
KSE 100 – Shares Index
Previous 11,265.03, Tuesday’s 11,531.24, plus 266.21 points
Previous Rs 2,972.744bn, Tuesday’s 3,040.577bn, plus 67.833bn
Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim 8.487m, J.S. & Co 5.951m,Dewan Salamn 5.752m, National Bank 4.913m, Dewan Motors 4.439m shares.
TONE; steady, total listed 638, actives 352, inactives 93, plus 204, minus 55, unchanged 93

Stocks stage 266 points recovery
KARACHI, Sept 27: The stock market on Tuesday was back on the rails followed by strong covering purchases at the overnight lower levels on reports that the diplomacy is at work to defuse the tension with the US.
Analysts said a series of positive developments on the political front on the Haqqani network issue, notably the Saudi efforts, have reinforced investor confidence that the threatened US action may not be around.
“Most of the investors, both local and foreign who indulged in panic- selling a day earlier, were back in the market and lifted leading base shares under the lead of OGDC, Engro Corporation, National Bank, Pakistan Oilfields and some others.
The KSE 100-share index, which received a massive battering a day earlier recovered a good part of the overnight loss and was quoted recovered by 266.21 points or 2.36 per cent at 11,531.24, reflecting the strength of leading base shares.
“There may still be many slips between the lip and the cup but investors are pretty sure that the Saudi entry to defuse the prevailing tension may have the desired results,” most analysts believe.
The snap rally just at the heels of a massive overnight price erosions reflects that investors may not have two opinions about the future market trend, they added.
They said positive news from the corporate front would allow the market to sustain the rally as current lower levels ensure a lot of capital gains.
Top gainers were led by Unilever Pakistan and Nestle Pakistan, up by Rs107.60 and 69.28, while prominent losers included Unilever Foods and Indust Motors, off Rs42.88 and 7.59.
Traded volume suffered a modest fall at 71.516m shares from the previous 80m shares but gainers forced a strong lead over losers at 204 to 55, with 93 shares holding on to the last levels.
The active list was topped by Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasim, higher by Rs2.37 at 56.96 on 9m shares followed by JS & Co, steady by 28 paisa at 5.71 on 6m shares, Dewan Salman, firm by 31 paisa at 2.11 also on 6m shares, National Bank, higher by Rs1.43 a 45.19 on 5m shares, Dewan Motors, steady by 70 paisa at 3.14 also on 5m shares, PTCL, up 39 paisa at 11.33 on 4m shares, and Lotte Pakistan, steady by 33 paisa at 11.85 also on 4m shares.
They were followed by Fatima Fertiliser, up 57 paisa at 17.79 on 3m shares, Bank Al-Falah, up 33 paisa at 10.62 on 2m shares and Engro Corporation, sharply higher by Rs6,23 at 135.19 also on 2m shares.
FUTURE CONTRACTS: The active list was led by both the settlements of Fauji Fertiliser Bin Qasin, up by Rs2.31 and 2.38 at 57.59 and 57.02 for October and the September respectively. Large volume of 1.870m and 1.779m was recorded in them.
They were followed by National Bank, up Rs1.33 at 45.23 on 0.990m shares, both settlements of Engro Corporation, up Rs6.26 and 6.34 at Rs135.49 and 136.53 for the maturing September and the newcomer October contracts respectively on 0.501 and 0.481m shares.
DEFAULTER COs: Active trading was also witnessed on this counter on active support at the lower levels, the most active among them being Invest Bank, steady by two paisa at Rs0.25 on 0.380m shares followed by Dewan Autos, firm by 17 paisa at 1.26 on 53,487 shares and Japan Power, up four paisa at 0.98 on 30,440 shares.
Brothers Textiles, Abdullah Shah Sugar and Dadabhoy Cement were also actively traded amid either-way movement.

World stocks soar
LONDON, Sept 27: Global stocks rallied for a second day running on Tuesday with huge advances in Europe on belief without much evidence that leaders are preparing a major response to the eurozone debt crisis.
In afternoon deals in London, the euro rose to $1.3610 from $1.3523 in New York late Monday. The dollar rose to 76.58 yen after 76.42 yen on Monday.
European shares rallied, with Paris CAC-40 index soaring 5.74 percent.
Frankfurt’s DAX jumped 5.3 per cent and London’s FTSE-100 index climbed 4.2 per cent.
Other European markets posted similarly strong gains, with Milan winning 4.9 per cent, Madrid 4.03 per cent, Amsterdam 4.52 per cent, Vienna 5.66 per cent, Swiss stocks 3.03 per cent and Lisbon 2.99 per cent.
On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average leaped 2.33 per cent to 11,300.77 in midday trading. The broader S&P 500 rose 2.32 per cent to 1,189.97, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite gained 2.24 per cent to 2,572.94.
The euro also rose against the dollar.—AFP


Mohammed Saleem Mansoori

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