The Dubai Financial Market General Index (DFMGI) gained 82.85 or 2.04 per cent last week to end at 4,146.73, its best performance in eight weeks. There were 25 advancing issues and 13 decliners, while volume fell to a four-week low.
Buying interests in micro, small and large cap equities maintained the positive path in the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) during the week that otherwise witnessed a rollercoaster drive during the latter part of the five-day session.
UAE stock markets pulled back yesterday as Etisalat and Amanat, which had galvanised the bourses in recent days, lost steam. Saudi Arabia edged up on retail investors’ buying of second-tier stocks. Etisalat had surged 5.1% on Wednesday and rocketed to
Kuwait stocks pulled lower on Thursday to wind up the week on a sour note. The main gauge, after getting off to tame start, dropped 19.52 points to 6,211.73 points. The market mood was cautiously negative in absence of catalysts and also due to the
Qatar Exchange index gained 235.28 points or 1.98 percent last week when the bourse closed yesterday at 12,133.23 points. Trading value last increased by 54.23 percent. Trading volume increased by 50.81 percent to reach 35,185,230 shares, as again