KARACHI - Profit-taking witnessed in Pakistan banks, financial service sector on limited foreign interest and renewed investor concerns over rising fiscal deficit in the country, resultantly the KSE 100-index lost 7 points. The KSE 100-index opened in green zone with a gain of 14.20 points and at the end of the day closed at 10000.93 with a loss of 6.94 points. KSE 30-index closed at 10313.27 with a loss of 30.88 points. KMI 30-index closed at 15026.82 with a gain of 66.20 points. All shares index closed at 7053.06 with a loss of 1.30 points. Trading activity was better as compared to the last trading session as the ready market volume stands at 125.810m as compared to last trading session 103.205m. Future market volume however stands at 2.993m shares as compared to 2.497m shares last trading session. Market capitalisation stands over Rs 2.847tr, as total trades increases to 72,434 as compared to last trading session 64,218, while 188 companies advanced, 178 declined and 18 remained unchanged. Highest volumes were witnessed in TRG at 10.820m closed at Rs 3.61 with a gain of Re 0.10 followed by NBP at 10.256m closed at Rs 94.19 with a loss of Rs 4.95, JSCL at 8.033m closed at Rs 22.57 with a gain of Re0.24. Ahsan Mehanti at Shehzad Chamdia Securities said 'Fall in international oil prices, rising fiscal deficit and limited expectation for change of discount rate in next monetary policy announcement played a catalyst role in negative activity at KSE. The news that affected the trading activities at the market were: Over 25 E&P companies agree to pay Rs 14b taxes; US to extend $125m for rehabilitation; 8M C/A deficit down at $2.563b; and Countrys FX stash swells to $14.85b. Hasnain Asghar Ali, a market analyst, said 'Rumours of strategic sell-off by the listed companies kept echoing in the arena, while serious efforts by the privatisation authorities on getting the properties of PTC transferred, to allow the new management to materialise their expansion plans on one end and the payment to be received that is subject to property transfer i.e. $800 million help reduce various issues those have created a havoc in the local economy.