| GEO Business|
| KSE-100 Index slips below 10,100 level|
| Updated at: 2046 PST, Monday, March 29, 2010|
KARACHI: Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) Monday witnessed selling as the benchmark KSE-100 Index slid 81 points to close at 10,056.
The investors opted for off loading their holdings in view of reports of delay in the 5th tranche of IMF loan and differences of political parties on the constitutional reforms package.
The trade volume stood at 140 million shares.
Maple Leaf Cement topped the list of volume leaders which lost paisas 29 to close at Rs4.71.
On the other hand, KSE-30 Index declined by 109 points to finish at 10,333.