LAHORE - Downgrading of Pakistan's bonds rating from B2 to B3 by Moody's International and delay in implementation of bail-out package forced the Karachi stock market's investors to stay away from Tuesday's business activity as benchmark KSE 100-Index remained unchanged at 9,182.88 points with an increase in volume of 4,02,000 shares. Only 21 scrips traded in the bourse in which only one got advance whereas four companies dipped while rest of the 16 companies remained unchanged. The LSE-25 closed at 2825.36 points while ISE-10 closed at 1662.05 points. The lack of interest of investors was evident from the fact that only Saritow Sp could surpass gain column. Floor mechanism was the main reason for not fermenting the market. It seems that benchmark index facing moribund condition. The turnover at the bourse stood at 402,000 and the highest trading today was seen in Trust Modaraba scrips with a volume of 283,500 shares whose share remained unchanged at Rs 1.355 followed by 1st Fid Leasing whose volume remained 50,500 closed at Re 4.10 with while dipping to Re 0.10. Sitara Energy and Gharibwal Cement also dipped down to Re 0.14 and Re 0.78 closed at Rs 18.11 and Rs 17.20 with a volume of 29,000 and 8,500 shares respectively. UniLiver Pak Ltd and Stand Chard Mod remained unchanged closed at Rs 2340.00 and Rs 10.20 with volumes of 5,000 and 4,000 respectively. The only positive scrip of today's business was Saritow Sp which gained Re Re 0.20 closed at Rs 2.00 with a volume of 3,500 shares. Atlas Bank Ltd and Redco Tex remained unchanged closed at Rs 6.85 and Re 1.00 with volumes of 3,500 and 3,000 respectively. While Mukhtar Textile, Colony Mills Ltd and Pace (Pak) Limited whose share prices remained unchanged closed at Re 0.53, Rs 14.60 and 19.24 with volumes of 2,000 shares each. Fauji Cement, KESC and Nimir Resins remained unchanged with volume of 1,000 shares each scrips closed at Rs 6.90, Rs 3.80 and Rs 5.05 respectively. Gatron Industries, Habib Mod, Southern Electric and Habib Metro Bank remained unchanged with volumes of 500 shares each closed at Rs 44.10, Rs 5.44, Rs 3.60 and Rs 37.40 respectively. The fourth scrip which was the leader in losing price value was Pak Datacom which dipped down to Rs 2.15 closed at 42.35 with a volume of 400 shares. National Food was the only scrip which remained unchanged but its volume remained only 100 shares closed at Rs 66.12. Analysts are of the view that stock markets would remain dull in the coming days unless government do not take measures to pump in liquidity and the removal of floor mechanism. Meanwhile, the KSE-30 index also remained unchanged and closed at at 10,003.99 points and KMI-30 index also with no change closed at 11224.18 points. Meanwhile, share prices at the Islamabad Stock Exchange (ISE) remained the same ISE-10 index close at 1662.05 points. While, Lahore Stock gained 0.5 points where as LSE-25 index closed at 2825.36 points. Total turn over however witnessed decreasing trend as it remained 1,500 shares in which no company gain and no scrip went to minus as only two companies traded and 84 scrips remained unchanged.