The stocks fell more than 3.2 percent and ended at an almost nine-month low, taking a cue from world markets. Dealers said healthy corporate results were unable to spark any investor interest, either. The Karachi Stock Exchange's benchmark 100-share index closed 3.24 percent, or 369.25 points, lower at 11,034.92, its lowest close since Nov. 16, 2010, on turnover of 69.14 million shares. The KSE-index is down 8.2 percent this year.