KARACHI: The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) moved within a narrow range ahead of Eid holidays, with the benchmark KSE-100 Index closing a lacklustre session in the red. The 100-Index closed with the loss of 96 points.
Foreign investors remained net sellers for the fourth consecutive session on Wednesday, registering a net outflow of $0.177 million.
In line with the recent trend, the KSE-100 Index started the day on a positive note, accumulating 116.19 points or +0.34pc to mark its intraday high at 34,049.00. It, however, slipped lower as the day progressed, recording its intraday low at 33,757.37 after shedding 175.44 points. The index finally closed lower by 96.20 points at 33,836.61.