Previously, the highest turnover experienced by the market for the current calendar year was Rs 7.1 billion,
...which was on 9 May, helped that time by a net foreign inflow (NFI) of Rs 6.3 billion, also led by JKH.
Prior to yesterday, the largest NFO experienced by the bourse on a single day in the current year was on 4 April, that is, a figure of Rs 4.1 billion, also led by JKH.
As a result of yesterday's NFO, NFIs experienced by the market in the year-to-date declined by 36.8% to Rs 7.8 billion, over that of Monday's figure.
Losers outnumbered gainers by a ratio of 60.7:39.3, with the bourse experiencing 136 losers as opposed to 88 gainers at yesterday's trading.
Nevertheless, market indices gained, backed by a 1.83% increase in JKH's share value (SV) to Rs 244.40 a share at yesterday's trading. As a result, the benchmark ASPI marginally increased by 0.10% to 6,981.46 points and the S&P SL 20 Index went up by 0.47% to 3,848.50 points at the end of yesterday's trading.
The number of shares traded increased by 39.2% to 115,044,209 yesterday.