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Small Cap4,756 0.53
Micro Cap7,203 0.01

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SABIC 66.16 12,603,500
ALMARAI 68.6 226,450
SAGRINSURANCE 27.64 463,861
TAWUNIYA 74.64 189,756
RIBL 11.1 378,776
GISS 31 1,358,831
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-1.92 (-0.28%)  (10/02/2016)
  • Close
  • 694.16
  • 52-week high
  • 1,058.11
  • 52-week low
  • 644.03
  • Volume
  • 68,346,376
  • 50-day average volume
  • 57,339,233
  • 1-month change
  • -5.68
  • 3-months change
  • -15.76
  • 12-month change
  • -34.03

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Mideast Stocks Advance After Oil Rebounds Most in Five Months


Stocks across Middle Eastern markets surged after oil prices rebounded and global equities rallied. The DFM General Index climbed 5.2 percent, the most in more than a year, to close at 2,757.08 as traders exchanged 415 million shares, 63 percent abo

UAE investors warned over sustainability of Sunday bounce


The week started on positive note, following weeks of turmoil triggered by falling oil prices. But by the end of Sunday’s trade, fund managers had begun to question the sustainability of the bounce back. The Dubai Financial Market General Index clo

Regional stocks recover on the back of oil rally


Shares in Dubai and Saudi Arabia rebounded on Sunday, buoyed by a 15 per cent rally in oil prices at the tail end of last week. The Dubai Financial Market General Index rocketed 6.6 per cent at the opening bell, eventually closing up 5.1 per cent at

Gulf Arab stocks jump on oil price rebound


Listed shares in the oil-rich Gulf Arab region rebounded across the board on Sunday, after the price of the "black gold" posted its biggest day-gain in three months following hawkish Saudi comments on the commodity's price level. The Dubai Finan

Gulf stocks rebound on oil price, global shares rally


Stock markets in the energy-rich Gulf states rebounded on Sunday, the first trading day of the Islamic week, after a rally in oil and global share prices. The bourses of Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Qatar each gained more than 5.0 percent at the

MSM continues its falling streak on oil price swings


There has not been any respite from the plunge. The Muscat Securities Market continued its falling streak till the end of last week’s trading till Thursday. “The local market is fickle and vulnerable to swings in oil prices. Wary investors are kee

Asset managers warn of unusually high risk in emerging market equities


Asset managers are taking a hard look at emerging market equities (EEM), which was once considered as the investor darling. The MSCI Emerging market index tumbled 27 per cent in 2015, after a steady 2013 and 2014 even as it continued its southwa

Oil, global markets weigh on region but Saudi petchems rise


Most Middle Eastern bourses fell on Thursday as investors remained worried by the chronic weakness of oil prices and declines in international bourses, but Saudi Arabia's stock index edged up on the back of petrochemical shares. A petchems rally in th

Bourse opens market for treasury bills


Bahrain Bourse (BHB) has announced the introduction of a market for trading in government treasury-bills (T-Bills). In a statement yesterday, Bahrain Bourse (BHB) chairman Yusuf Abdulla Humood said a resolution, the first of this year, has been is

UAE bourses hit 28-month lows


Dubai and Abu Dhabi's bourses both tumbled more than 3 per cent to 28-month lows on Wednesday, wiping out the previous day's rebound as investors cashed out on renewed worries over low oil prices and a global equity market rout. Dubai's index plunged

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