Pakistan, Dec. 7 -- The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) ended an indecisive trading session on Friday with slight gains, as the indices swung both ways in search of a clear direction before closing in the green zone.

Foreign investors turned out to be the net buyers on Thursday with a net inflow of $1.46 million.

On the economic front, the Asian Development Bank approved an emergency loan of $1 billion for Pakistan to provide immediate support to the country's finances. In addition to this, the ADB also approved $300 million policy loan for the energy sector reforms in Pakistan.

The benchmark KSE-100 Index recorded its intraday low at 40,595.96 during the initial trading hours. The index then took a U-turn and touched its intraday high at ...