As many as 80 Omani listed companies have announced dividends for the year ended 2014, according to the Muscat Securities Market (MSM). Sources said that all blue-chip companies have maintained their dividends, with dividend declarations this year b
Dubai index fell the most in eight weeks on Sunday, leading losses regionally, amid low liquidity even as investors awaited stability in crude oil prices before investing money. The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) General Index ended 2.54 per cent lower
Along with its global and regional peers, the Muscat Securities Market continued its downtrend for the consecutive eighth day when the bourse closed trading on Thursday. The bench mark MSM 30 Index 6,399.76 points amid range bound and stock speci
The QSE Index fell yet another week, accompanied by low traded volumes. It closed at the 12,080.66 level and lost 0.48% from the week before. Technical indicators are flattening down, caused by the marginal drop experienced throughout the week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index declined by 58.76 points, or 0.48%, during the week, to close at 12,080.66. Market capitalisation fell by 0.54% to reach QR656.9bn compared to QR660.5bn at the end of the previous week. Of the 43 listed companies, 1
Risk prone investors in the UAE and the Gulf region should look at Europe for opportunities post the quantitative easing in that part of the world, an official at Barclays Wealth Management told Gulf News. Europe will spend $1.3 trillion (Dh4.8
UAE stocks may witness some selling pressure as more companies go ex-dividend, market participants said, even as the Dubai index persistently failed to breach the keenly-watched 4,000 level. The Dubai Financial Market General Index ended 0.30 per cen
Stronger oil and hopes that the government will speed up its housing program lifted Saudi Arabia's stock market to a four-month high on Thursday, while Egypt rebounded ahead of a long-awaited conference to attract investment. Most Gulf markets were
Qatar Stock Exchange continued to be under bearish spell on Thursday with its key index retreating below 12,100 levels. Telecom and industrials counters witnessed the maximum selling pressure as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) shed 0.
Dubai index edged higher on Thursday, amid falling volumes led by Emirates NBD, which went ex-dividend. The Abu Dhabi index, however, ended a tad lower. “Despite the positive nudge at the beginning of the week, dividend gaps of heavyweight stocks hav