KARACHI - Equities at Karachi Stock Exchange witnessed a buying trend on Friday amid Japans decision to provide one billion dollars to Pakistan and donors pledge to extend financial support to the country at a meeting in Tokyo. At morning the KSE-100 index was moving both ways amid buying and selling pressure. But the index gained a significant support and growth when the news of donors support to Pakistan at Tokyos meeting reached the stock market, a broker said. He said that Japans decision to provide one billion dollars to Pakistan and donors support made the stock market bullish and the KSE-100 index closed upward, at 7,795 points after gaining 124.87 points. The gainers outnumbered the losers on Friday as the value of the shares of 171 companies improved, 115 lost while 16 companies shares worth remained unchanged. The turnover of shares declined to 259.36 million shares on Friday as the investors remained cautious due to selling pressure the stock market has witnessed during the previous two sessions. The total value of the shares traded on Friday amounted to 13.31 billion rupees. The top-10 volume leaders of the stock market were Jahangir Siddiqui Company Limited, National Bank of Pakistan, Pak Oilfields, DG Khan Cement, OGDC, FFBQ, Worldcall Telecom, Arif Habib Securities, NIB Bank and Lucky Cement. The major gainers were MCB and the value of its share improved by 7.86 rupees with turnover of 3.504 million shares. Engro Chemicals share edged up by 6.63 rupees with trading of 5.259 million shares while 6.171 million shares of Adamjee Insurance changed hands while the value of its share increased to 86.49 rupees with net gain of 3.97 rupees. The share of Pakistan State Oil also improved by 8.66 rupees, closing at 223.68 rupees with turnover of 2.782 million shares. The top of the list of the volume leaders at Karachi Stock Exchange was Jahangir Siddiqui Company as market traded 23.825 million shares of the company that closed at 43.73 rupees with gain of 1.46 rupees. National Bank of Pakistan recorded 16.273 million shares trading and its share increased to 84.26 rupees with net gain of 2.88 rupees. Pak Oilfields lost 5.75 rupees with turnover of 14.383 million shares and it closed at 155.06 rupees. The DG Khan Cement gained 32 paisa and it closed at 28.72 rupees with trading of 13.511 million shares. OGDCs share also improved by 1.35 rupee with turnover of 12.418 million shares and its value settled at 78.08 rupees. Stock market experts said that the KSE showed bullish trend in first two days of this week while a selling pressure was seen on Wednesday and Thursday. The KSE-100 index breached 8,000 points benchmark on Wednesday, but it slipped below this level because of selling pressure. Next week the stock market is expected to settle above 8,000 points in case no major negative development is seen in the country, they said.