KARACHI- Mixed activity continued to run the local bourse as suicide blast in Lahore gripped investors confidence negatively, while, KSE-100 index managed to gain only 12 points on Wednesday. Ruling by the Supreme Court certainly charged up the market participants. Follow-up action by the political leaders added to the jubilation as the developments can create history in the countrys political scene. The benchmark-100 index started the day well-off, up 56.93 points and remained in the positive zone till the end, closing at 7,188.84 points with a gain of 11.95 points. Rallying oil prices allowed the local participants both from corporate and retail fronts to accumulate main board stocks of the sector, along with those sectors likely to stay indifferent from the upcoming budget followed the pursuit. While the sectors those can be a victim of revenue increase drive witnessed renewed selling. Whispers of foreign buying in OGDC allowed the benchmark to resist massive sell-off after the tragic blast in Lahore and as the session continued strength of the stock invited aggressive buying mainly by the day traders. Besides contributing substantially to the gains registered by KSE 100 (+36 points), positive outlook of the stock influenced other main board stocks as well for a recovery march. Trading activity was improved on Wednesday and the ready market volume edged up to 141.252 million shares as compared to last trading sessions 127.845 million shares. Total trading value of the market slightly decreased to Rs7.298b from Rs7.302b of last session. Market capitalisation stood over Rs 2.130tr against last sessions Rs 2.127tr. Of 328 active scrips at the Karachi stock market, as many as 139 gained value, 182 lost and the worth of the shares of only 7 cos remained unchanged. JSCL was crowned as the volume leader with the trading of over 25 million shares on Wednesday. Other high-traded shares include OGDC with 17.307m shares, Arif Habib Securities 11.440m shares, Pak PTA 10.829m shares, Lucky Cement 5.523m shares, MCB Bank 5.477m shares, HUBCO 4.790m shares, Pak Oilfields 4.608m shares, FFBL 3.865m shares, Engro Chemicals 3.627m shares namely. Prominent gainer at the KSE include Treet Corporation, up Rs11.28/share and closed at Rs237 with the trading of only 100 shares on Wednesday, Fazal Textiles added rs8.50/share and its value was improved to Rs397.50, GlaxoSmithKline gained Rs6.22/share, closing at Rs130.76, Service Industries closed at Rs115, up by Rs5.47, Shezan International added Rs5.42/share and closed at Rs127.60, Atlas Honda gained Rs4.80/share, closing at Rs100.87. On the other hand, Wyeth Pakistan lost Rs9.50/share and its value was decreased to Rs1,291 with the trading of only 100 shares, Lakson Tobacco down by Rs8.09/share, closing at Rs180.26, Bata Pak lost Rs6/share and closed at Rs600, Attock Petroleum closed at Rs311.63, down by Rs4.92/share, Colgate Palm lost Rs4.87/share, closing at Rs293.13, Exide Pak down by Rs3.95/share and closed at Rs116.04.