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Financial Services

-11.87 (-1.01%)  (30/10/2014)
  • Close
  • 1,161.17
  • 52-week high
  • 1,337.73
  • 52-week low
  • 994.22
  • Volume
  • 84,616,445
  • 50-day average volume
  • 112,632,801
  • 1-month change
  • -8.17
  • 3-months change
  • -6.41
  • 12-month change
  • 14.30

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Mideast markets continue to recover on global lead

Solid corporate earnings and rebounding global equities lifted most stock markets in the Middle East yesterday, while Saudi Arabia led the rally after stabilising oil prices provided additional support to its petrochemical stocks. European shares, w

Oman stocks decline marginally

The MSM 30 Index ended on a negative note to close at 6901.17 points, down by 0.66 per cent. The MSM Shariah index also declined by 0.54 per cent at 1,036.20 points. Oman& Emirates was the most active in terms of volume, while Omantel was the most

Emerging markets jittery as UAE bourses back in the red

AE bourses fell on Monday as worldwide stock market jitters continued to hit emerging markets. The Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange fell 1.54 per cent, while the Dubai Financial Market fell 0.95 per cent. Thirty-day volatility on both bourses reached its

Oman stocks snap five-day losing streak

Following in the footsteps of the weekend rally in global stock markets on Friday, stocks on the MSM also reversed the week-long declining trend on Sunday. The MSM 30 index closed with gains for the first time in the month of October. At close, the

Qatar bourse rebounds as index surges 1.59%

Reversing the strong bearish spell of the previous two days, Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday opened the week on a stronger note, aided by foreign institutions’ buying support. About 79% of the stocks returned gains and as much QR11bn in capitalisation

Rising interest in regional IPOs, despite recent softening in equities

“The proposed Amanat IPO is strong evidence of continuing interest in regional and international interest in IPOs in the UAE and the GCC more widely, despite the recent softening in equity markets globally,’ said Jonathan Stanley, Principal Ass

DFM International Investor Roadshow in New York concludes

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Tadawul bucks trend with a hefty gain of 2.39%

Saudi Arabia’s benchmark Tadawul All-Share Index bucked the three-day prevailing downward trend and logged a sharp gain of 2.39 percent on Sunday. The index opened with a largely positive note (+4.14 percent) and finally added 227.78 points, closing at

Technical analysis of the QSE index

The QSE Index declined around 44 points and drifted lower for the second consecutive week. The index failed to make any further headway above 13,900.0 and retreated, as the bulls were unable to push through. However, the index managed to stay above th

Key index sheds over 6% on foreign institutions’ selling

Reflecting the nervousness in the global markets, Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed more than 93% of the listed stocks in the red and capitalisation erode about QR44bn during the week. Foreign institutions net sold about QR400mn worth securities to drag

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