Common factors that are hurting the economical growth of Pakistan:
Pakistan's debt crisis affected the world through a loss of investor confidence and systemic financial instability. Pakistan's debt crisis occurred when investors lose faith in the country's ability to make payments due to either economic or political troubles. This government has to payback what previous governments took from the IMF. The government is trying hard to get rid of IMF and stable the economical growth.
2. Foreign products:
People are purchasing and using foreign products continually for their daily needs. It is helping foreign companies instead of local industries. This is one of reason why investors aren't investing in local products.
3. The Dollar Affect
The dollar rate is increasing which is unfortunately the reason why Pakistani rupee fell that much. The fall of local currency and increase in dollar rate leading people to buy and sell in dollars. The investors are investing in dollars which lowered the stock exchange.
4. Political footsteps:
Unfortunately, In Pakistan, 80% market is still under the power of government opposition parties. The opposition parties are trying their best to derail the ongoing government. In these kind of uncertainties the foreign investors aren't investing which caused a decline in stock exchange.