KARACHI: Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Monday noted a bullish trend as KSE-100 index went up by 824.29 points to close at 36803.10 points. Clouds of uncertainty have started moving away as KSE-100 index have reached a six month high. On the first day of the week the stocks gained 2.24% improvement and restored 9 psychological limits. The market crossed figure 0f 3000 in 8 sessions today while the market also added Rs 450 to its shares. Stock Market since October 1, 2019 is being termed as best performing market (No.1) and since October 1, 2019 index has given a return of 14.10 percent to-date. While Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) since July 1, 2019 gained 8.26 percent and on sixth rung of ladder (at No. 6). Last time in November 2018 index gains 11.4% or 4289 points. Earlier, the capital market in previous week recorded appreciable gain of 1600 points placing index at almost six month high level with aggressive buying from foreign and local fund houses on back of improvement in macroeconomic indicators and cut in government backed securities. As per details, the index at Pakistan Stock Exchange closed at 35,978 points – a 6 month high (124 trading sessions), and up by 1601 points during the previous week. Foreign buying was witnessed week clocking at 4.5 million dollars compared to a net sell of 3.1 million dollars last week. Buying was witnessed in Fertilizer amounting to 6.7 million dollars and OMCs 3.2 million dollars. According to a leading trader the KSE-100 index continued its upward journey which commenced from the preceding week provided a return of 4.7 percent. The bull-run staged in mainly because of decline in government owned securities-National Savings Scheme, cut by 90 to 200 basis approximately. BRINDEX-30 closed on the upper side on Monday at 20,296.51 points with a positive change of 592.99 and volume of 163,944,200 shares. High and Low were 20,329.99 and 19,703.52 respectively. Of 0 companies traded, 0 were up, 0 were down and 0 was unchanged. Total volume traded in the market was 282,944,821 shares. Total companies traded were 380 of which 304 were positive, 59 were negative and 17 were unchanged. Commercial Banks was the top traded sector with total traded volume of 50,354,100 shares. It was followed by Cement with a total traded volume of 32,478,000 shares.