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16/11/11  KARACHI, Share prices at Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) ended lower on Tuesday but losses were offset by investors snapping up fertiliser shares on hopes of an anticipated easing of gas shortages, dealers said.

The Karachi Stock Exchange's benchmark 100-share index fell 0.12 percent, or 14.47 points, to close at 11,994.01.

Volume was up at 49.27 million shares, compared with 39.57million shares traded on Monday, but still trading was very light.

Fatima Fertiliser rose 1.25 percent to 24.30rupees and Engro Corp ended 3.76 percent at 134.60 rupees.

 
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