The Manama bourse continued to advance on Thursday, April 3. The Bahrain All-Share Index gained 0.24 per cent to reach 1,367,83 points. NASS Corporation was the top gainer, ending up by 4.20 per cent at BHD0.174. Bahrain Telecom (Batelco) advanced 0.
The Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange General Index (ADXGI) fell by 0.64 per cent to 4,923.47 points on Thursday, April 3, despite positive market breadth. United Arab Bank and Bank of Umm Al-Qaiwain fell by 8.75 per cent and 7.05 per cent, respectively.
Foreign funds are flowing into the United Arab Emirates and Qatar as those markets prepare to be upgraded by global equity index compilers this year - but so far only a few top blue chips are benefiting much, a Reuters study of trading data shows. At
The Dubai bourse finished the week with the fifth gaining session in a row, as the Dubai Financial Market General Index (DMFGI) closed 0.92 per cent higher at 4,618.28 points on Thursday, April 3. Earlier in the day, Citigroup chief economist in the
Financial and property stocks lifted bourses in the UAE and Qatar on Tuesday, while Egypt rebounded after three days of heavy profit-taking. Dubai’s index rose 1.6 per cent and closed the day at 4,520.73 points. Shares in Emaar Properties broke th
Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) on Wedbesday announced that it has succeeded in achieving a compliance rate of 99 per cent for the disclosure of annual financial statements of its listed public joint stock companies within the deadline of 90 days
Main indexes of Kuwait Stock Exchange ended up in the green zone at conclusion of Wednesday''''s session. Weighted index reached 493.69, gaining 4.17 points, price index settled at 7,570.52 putting on 12.09 points and the KSX 15 index stood at 1
The Dubai Financial Market General Index (DFMGI) gained for the fourth consecutive session closing 1.23 per cent higher at 4,576.31 points on Wednesday, April 2. Emaar slipped by 0.50 per cent to AED10.05. Arabtec Holding jumped by two per cent to
The KSE market index advanced by 0.16 per cent, closing at 7,570.52 points on Wednesday, April 2. Al-Nawadi Holding jumped by 8.77 per cent to KWD0.124. National Bank of Kuwait, the biggest lender in the northern Gulf state, closed unchanged at KWD1
The Tadawul All-Share Index closed 0.29 per cent higher at 9,537.83 points on Wednesday, April 2, amid moderate trading turnover. SABIC advanced 0.21 per cent to SAR118.25. Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Company advanced 0.90 per cent to SAR16.90. Nat