After the air strikes by the IAF in Balakot, the Pakistani stock market has also fell down. After the attack, the Karachi Stock Exchange dived 785.12 points to close at 38,821.67. On Tuesday, the stock market dropped 2.02 percent during the trade. After the air strikes, investors started extracting their shares, which have seen this in the Pakistani markets.
Domestic stock markets also broken down due to weak pressure in global markets, the pressure of selling in financial and realty companies. At one time, the stock market dropped to a low of 35,714.16 points. But later the market picked up and a little upside.
On Monday, the Sensex gained 342 points. The National Stock Exchange's Nifty also closed 44.80 points, or 0.41 percent, at 10,835.30 points. Stocks of banks, realty and public companies remained the worst hit.