| GEO Business|
| KSE trading activities this week remained limited|
| Updated at: 1607 PST, Saturday, December 06, 2008|
KARACHI: Trading activities this week remained thin at the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) and the benchmark KSE-100 index closed at 9187 points without witnessing any change in it.
The market this week opened with activities remaining lean and the trend sustained throughout the week. Average volume of trade this week was seen going up, which aggregated to 900,000 shares, while the average volume of trade recorded last week was 30,000. Analysts believed that International Monetary Fund (IMF) opposition to the introduction of a support fund in the market and opening the market without funds caused investors to adopt a cautious approach.