| GEO Business|
| Bears grow stronger at KSE; erode 86 points|
| Updated at: 1940 PST, Monday, March 09, 2009|
KARACHI: Bears grew stronger at Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) on Monday, taking away 86 more points from the benchmark KSE-100 Index which closed at 5,662 level.
Today’s trade began in red zone and the selling pressure continued throughout the session.
Trade volume was recorded at 48 million shares, lowest since December 2008.
NIB registered highest volume which slipped paisas 25 to close at Rs4.85.
KSE-30 Index finished the day 94 points down to 5,908.