Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) is the primary equities market operating in Pakistan. It was established in 1947 and formally incorporated in 1949 as the Karachi Stock Exchange. In 2016, the three stock exchanges in Pakistan (Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad) integrated their operations under the name Pakistan Stock Exchange Limited (PSX). The exchange is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), which is responsible for overseeing and regulating all aspects of the securities industry, including the stock exchanges. The SECP's main objective is to protect investors' interests, promote fair and transparent trading practices, and ensure the stability and development of the capital markets in Pakistan.

The exchange lists 379 companies with an approximate market capitalization of USD 27 billion. Some of the largest traded companies are Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd, Pakistan Petroleum Ltd, Pakistan State Oil Company Ltd, Engro Corporation Ltd and Habib Bank Ltd. Pakistan Stock Exchange has been part of the Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative since 2015 and has developed ESG Guidelines in 2017 encouraging companies to integrate sustainability considerations into their business strategies and operations. TradingView displays the delayed data for users and offers subscribers an on-demand real-time data display.