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8.36 (0.63%)  (22/04/2014)
  • Close
  • 1,337.73
  • 52-week high
  • 1,337.73
  • 52-week low
  • 828.98
  • Volume
  • 309,155,797
  • 50-day average volume
  • 193,360,906
  • 1-month change
  • 8.42
  • 3-months change
  • 16.24
  • 12-month change
  • 61.99

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The Saudi stock market was in the red on Sunday, reversing after a six-day surge and dropping 27 points. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) dropped 0.28 percent to close at 9,531.4 points on Sunday. It performed within a range of 52 points, moving 18

QE index breaks 12,000 barrier, volume doubles


Qatari bourse extended its rally for the ninth straight session yesterday to break the psychologically-strong 12,000-mark barrier. The Qatar Exchange index advanced 114.59 points, or 0.96 percent, to close at 12,098.46 points, much closer to the June

M&A activity in Kingdom to rise further


The Saudi market is set to witness increasing M&A activity supported by increasing corporate enthusiasm to maximize shareholder wealth through business alliances and strategic partnerships. Commenting on this, Khalid S. AlGhamdi, the acting CEO of GIB

Abu Dhabi’s Aldar at four-year high; Egypt hits eight-week low


Abu Dhabi’s Aldar Properties hit a four-year high yesterday after it unveiled tentative plans to float a subsidiary, lifting the emirate’s bourse, while Egypt’s market slumped to an eight-week low. Other Middle East markets were muted as Saudi Arab

QE opens week on stronger note, index crosses 12,000 mark


Qatar Exchange yesterday opened the week on a stronger note to cross the 12,000 mark, mainly supported by buying interests from local retail investors. Heavy demand — especially for consumer goods, insurance, telecom, realty and transport equities — l

Saudi listed companies’ net profits widen in Q1


Riyad Bank, Saudi Arabia’s third-largest lender by assets, posted a 13.5 percent increase in first-quarter net profit on Sunday, broadly in line with analysts’ estimates. The bank made SR1.08 billion ($288 million) in the three months ending March 31,

CMA announces the Initial Public Offering of Umm Al-Qura Cement


The CMA Board has issued its resolution approving Umm Al-Qura Cement Company initial public offering of (27,500,000) shares representing (50%) of the Company’s share capital. The offer price will be (SAR 10) per share, and the subscription period will

NCB Capital previews Q1 net income and EPS estimates for Saudi compani


NCB Capital repors that for the stocks it covers in the Saudi market (representing around 89 per cent of total TASI net income in 2013), the firm expects Q1 2014E net income to record a YoY increase of 13.7 per cent to reach SAR 23.7 billion. NCB

London Stock Exchange woos Qatari firms


The London Stock Exchange is wooing Qatari companies to get listed on the exchange to get global exposure. The exchange, which is home to almost 3,100 companies from more than 70 countries around the world, is in talks with several companies in Qatar

Banks And Large Caps Drive KSE Rally In Q1 On Improved Outlook


The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) got off to a strong start in 2014, with the value-weighted index gaining 6.7% during 1Q14. The rally was primarily driven by large caps and more precisely bank stocks. A more positive outlook for Kuwait helped push the

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