GWADAR: The first Chinese import-carrier ship has been docked at Gwadar port on Monday.
The cargo ship Zhen Xing Sung, a bulk-break vessel of the China Overseas Shipping Co (Cosco) reached Gwadar port early Monday morning laden with seafood.
The inauguration ceremony was organised on the ship’s arrival at the port. The ceremony was attended by Chinese delegation and the federal minister for ports and shipping Kamran Michael.
According to sources, China Overseas Ports Holding Co (COPHC) will take care of all operations on the Gwadar port.
The shipping company has been given the lease of the port for 40 years on the 9% revenue.
China will export the shipments to Central Asia and the Middle East through the port.
Federal Minister for Ports and Shipping Kamran Michael, speaking at a ceremony organised at the Gwadar port, assured that the government is committed to develop the port area for the benefit of the local people.
The next ship will depart on 18th of this month carrying another shipment.
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KARACHI: Benchmark KSE-100 Index closed in the green at 44,179 after gaining 598 points on the week’s last trading day.
Rs. 10.75b worth of 209.5m shares changed hands. Value of the shares of 264 shares augmented, 103 plummeted while 15 remained stagnant.
Today’s top traders were: WorldCall Telecom, 13.0m shares (+2.50pc); Sui Southern Gas Co. Ltd., 12.2m shares (+3.53pc); Dewan Cement, 11.4m shares (-4.43pc); Fauji Cement, 8.0m shares (+3.33pc); TRG Pak Ltd., 8.0m shares (+2.79pc).
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KARACHI: Benchmark KSE-100 Index closed today at 43581 with an augmentation of 222 points. Rs. 13.7b worth of 269m shares changed hands on week’s fourth trading day.
While value of the shares of 217 shares augmented, 148 plummeted and 9 remained stagnant, Technology/Communication, Cement and Chemicals led the trade with 31.7m, 30.0m and 26m shares respectively.
Top five traders of the shares today were: TRG Pak Ltd., 17.6m shares (-0.93pc); Lotte Chemical, 15.4m shares (+5.90pc); Azgard Nine, 13.2m shares (-0.53pc); Dewan Cement, 11.6m shares (+0.04pc); Sui Southern Gas Company Ltd., 11.3m shares (-0.68pc).
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KARACHI: Not treating the PAT-led commotion in the walled city gravely the bulls reigned the bourse on the week’s 3rd day of trading enabling it to close in the green at 43359.
Rs. 6.65b worth of 151m shares changed hands. Value of the shares of 238 companies augmented, 114 declined and 23 remained stagnant.
Commercial Banking, Textile and Cement Sectors led the trade today with 17.79m, 16m and 14.9m shares respectively.
Top five traders were: Pace (Pak) Ltd., 10.9m shares (-4.21pc); Azgard Nine, 10.4m shares (+5.19pc); Lotte Chemical, 6.8m shares (+4.23pc); K-Electric Ltd., 6.5m shares (-0.95pc); Faysal Bank, 6.2m shares (+0.12).