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Financial Services

0.67 (0.07%)  (30/08/2015)
  • Close
  • 898.72
  • 52-week high
  • 1,297.57
  • 52-week low
  • 858.88
  • Volume
  • 72,545,200
  • 50-day average volume
  • 47,645,918
  • 1-month change
  • -9.99
  • 3-months change
  • -7.81
  • 12-month change
  • -29.54

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Most major Middle East stock markets fell yesterday in response to weak oil prices, while panic selling again gripped Saudi Arabia, causing its index to slide 2.5% and bringing its losses this month to 12.2%. About $50bn of market capitalisation has

UAE bourses rebound despite bearish sentiment across the region

UAE bourses had a rare day of respite yesterday as shares made their first gains in several days. Negative economic sentiment prevailed on other Arabian Gulf bourses however, which ended in the red. The Dubai Financial Market General Index closed a

Saudi stocks in downward momentum

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Qatar stock index drops 64.19 points

Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index dropped 64.19 points, or 0.55 percent, when the bourse closed trading at 11,670.50 points Tuesday. The daily turnover decreased to QR190.29m with a volume of 4,158,700 shares from 3,321 deals compared to QR169.77m with a

Dubai index falls over 2% with China, oil

The Dubai index fell sharply along with Chinese stock markets even as falling oil prices also weighing on sentiment, and analysts say the index may go down further. The Dubai Financial Market General Index closed 2.53 per cent lower at 3,827.59, aft

Saudi stocks decline to 7-month low

Major Middle East stock markets plunged on Tuesday after tumbling Chinese equities put pressure on global oil and commodity prices. Chinese stocks fell more than 6 percent on Tuesday as the yuan weakened against the dollar, raising fears that Beijing

Qatar Exchange market cap shrinks by QR5bn

Fresh fall in oil prices pulled Qatari stocks further down yesterday. The entire sector indexes ended in the red, led by telecom and real estate sectors. The benchmark index declined 0.93 percent to close the day at 11,734.69. Nearly QR5bn was wiped

Dubai index ends flat even as falling oil weighs

The Dubai index closed the session flat on Monday, even as falling oil prices weighed on the sentiment. Saudi’s Tadawul ended a tad lower. The Dubai Financial Market General Index closed 3,926.86, down 0.09 per cent, reversing from an intraday high of

Saudi stocks hit a new 6-month low

Saudi Arabia stocks were lower after the close on Monday, as losses in the Telecoms & IT, Multi Investment and Media & Publishing sectors led shares lower. The Saudi stock benchmark Tadawul All Share Index declined 0.32% at 8,437.26 points to hit a ne

Bargain-hunters lift some Saudi blue chips

Most Middle East stock markets fell on Monday as oil prices remained weak, but some shares in Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Egypt rebounded after particularly steep drops in the previous session. Saudi Arabia's main Tadawul All-Share Index edged down 0.3

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