KARACHI - The market capitalisation of KSE-100 index has edged up by Rs 106 billion in just two days mainly because of the reinstatement of sacked CJP, other judges and much-awaited patch-up between the PPP govt and the PML(N) that has revived the confidence of the investors. Before the reinstatement of the judges the market capitalisation amounted to Rs 1.760 trillion (last Friday) which has surged to Rs1.866 trillion in last two trading days, Monday and Tuesday. On Monday the KSE-100 index improved by 313 points while on Tuesday the index gained another 75 points. Interesting to note is that in last two days the trading volume has bounced back as investors are taking fresh positions in blue chips while anticipating more growth in the stock market because of improved political scenario. On Monday, the KSE-100 volume was 210m shares while on Tuesday the turnover further increased to 216m shares. In other words, the trading volume of last two days of KSE-100 index is much higher than the entire volume of the previous week. Analysts are optimistic that the restoration of PML(N) govt in Punjab and revival of trust between the PPP and PML(N) would further bolster growth at the stock market and the national economy.