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-3.27 (-0.41%)  (25/09/2016)
  • Close
  • 784.25
  • 52-week high
  • 898.6
  • 52-week low
  • 644.03
  • Volume
  • 40,718,168
  • 50-day average volume
  • 57,972,949
  • 1-month change
  • 0.13
  • 3-months change
  • 3.86
  • 12-month change
  • -10.81

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Abu Dhabi index marginally lower; other Gulf bourses hold to gains


Arabian Gulf markets were mixed on Sunday, with only Qatar and Dubai registering small gains, as oil fell amid doubts that an informal meeting of Opec members next month will lead to a new agreement on production levels. "We are still doubtful that a

Experts ‘alarmed’ at firms’ pullout from Kuwait bourse – Trend seen


Recurring withdrawal of companies from Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) has become an alarming issue that requires remedies, particularly after six companies overall capital of which amounts to KD 125 million have declared taking such a move, according to

Tadawul flat: Petchem and bank shares mixed


Qatar’s stock market outperformed the Gulf on Monday as large-caps carried the index higher, but other bourses were little changed as a fresh slide in oil prices and a retreat in Asian share markets kept buyers away. Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All-S

Muscat bourse continues its losing streak


The MSM30 continued its losing streak to close at 5,809.33 points, down 0.24 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index declined 0.18 per cent to end at 893.68 points. Al Sharqia Investment was the most active stock in terms of volume while Ominvest led

Tadawul buoyed by oil gains


Shares in Saudi Arabia snapped a five-day losing streak on Sunday, buoyed by last week’s rise in oil prices. UAE bourses, by contrast, closed lower. The Tadawul closed up 1.5 per cent, led by Al Rajhi Bank and Saudi Cement, as investors took advantage

Saudi Arabian stocks lead Gulf gains


Saudi Arabian stocks led gains across Gulf equities as an advance in the price of oil helped offset investor caution over the timing of US interest-rate increases. Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All Share Index rose 1.6 per cent, its first increase in six da

Bourse ends in red for 2nd straight week


Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended last week in the red zone. The Price Index closed at 5,428.91 points, down by 0.79% from the week before closing, the Weighted Index decreased by 0.80% after closing at 348.37 points, whereas the KSX-15 Index closed at

Saudi stocks lead regional gains as oil offsets Fed concern


Saudi Arabian stocks led gains across Gulf equities as an advance in the price of oil helped offset investor caution over the timing of US interest-rate increases, Bloomberg reported Sunday. Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All Share Index rose 1.6 percent, its

Tadawul closes 1.6% higher, breaks past 6,000 points


The Saudi stock market recovered on Sunday from last week’s losses. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI), which had dropped 4.0 percent last week, rose 1.6 percent to end at 6,071.41 points as many stocks reliant on domestic demand rebounded. “The K

FTSE announces ‘eligible’ list of Qatari companies


FTSE Russell has published an indicative list of Qatari stocks which will be eligible for addition to FTSE’s Secondary Emerging Market Index, in conjunction with the September 2016 Review. FTSE Russell client products, scheduled to be released on

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