Dubai shares climbed the most in almost two weeks as Emirates NBD PJSC reported third-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ estimates. Emirates NBD, the United Arab Emirates’ biggest bank by assets, advanced to the highest intraday level in a week.
The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange was still red by 11:04 a.m. Monday reading 7,358.5 points at a down of 129.3 points, while the weighted index came to 429.36 points at a loss of 11.79 points. Trades came to 3,276 transactions, at KD 39,
Kuwait stocks slid in a broad decline on Sunday, extending its losses to third straight session. The market dived 120.1 points led by Kuwait Finance House and Agility as investors soaked in the earnings of more lenders. Most of the middle and low p
The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) was by 9:15 a.m. Monday down 86.5 points to 7,401.3 points, following an all-red closing yesterday. Volume came to 22.9 million shares traded for KD 7.5 million in 569 transactions.
The Kuwait stock market took a huge plunge on Sunday, as the price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) dropped 120.1 points from 7608 points earlier that day and ending with 7,487.8 points, while the weighted index came to 441.15 points shedding 6.7
The MSM-30 Index fell 1.52 per cent to close at 6,509 points. The total shares exchanged decreased by 43.8 per cent to 11.697 million shares. However, the total value traded increased by 24 per cent to RO11.143 million including a special deal worth of
The Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange moved up yesterday as banking, energy and real estate shares attracted buying support while construction, insurance, healthcare and industrial stocks came under pressure. The general index added 0.89-per cent and c
Qatar’s bourse opened the week with a mild profit-booking as its key index fell 0.06% yesterday, mainly paced by Doha Bank and QNB. Retail investors were seen instrumental in driving the 20-stock benchmark down for the third consecutive session to
The Dubai Financial Market, buoyed by better-than-expected results from developer Emaar, closed higher yesterday. The general index added 19.07 points to close the session at 2,263.1, a gain of 0.85 per cent compared with the previous close of 2
Dubai and Abu Dhabi indexes rose yesterday as real estate and banking stocks outperformed on the back of strong third-quarter earnings results, while other Gulf Arab bourses fell on disappointing corporate reports. Last weeks news that Emaar Pr