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3.19 (0.36%)  (12/10/2015)
  • Close
  • 898.6
  • 52-week high
  • 1,202.62
  • 52-week low
  • 858.88
  • Volume
  • 33,507,553
  • 50-day average volume
  • 52,381,842
  • 1-month change
  • 2.60
  • 3-months change
  • -8.75
  • 12-month change
  • -24.97

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UAE indices fell on Monday, weighed down by falling oil prices amid negative leads from China. The Dubai Financial Market General Index closed 1.56 per cent lower at 3,511.28, while the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange General Index closed 1.45 per cent

Indonesia lists world's biggest sukuk in Dubai

Indonesia listed on Sunday four sukuk valued at Dh22 billion - the largest ever carried out by a sovereign issuer on Nasdaq Dubai - as Dubai further reinforced its position as the world's leading hub for Islamic economy. Indonesia's Finance Minis

Kuwait Ends Lower As Investors Toe Caution

Kuwait stocks edged lower on Sunday after charting mixed course in the previous week. The price index slipped 6.59 pts to 5758.33 points paring steeper losses earlier in the session. The heavyweights diverged even as investors toed caution amid weak

Saudi stocks recede on tourism, transport losses

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Tadawul index plunges 1.5%

Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All-Share Index fell 1.5 percent on Monday with most stocks in the red. Heavyweights Saudi Basic Industries and National Commercial Bank fell 1.9 and 2.2 percent respectively. In the Gulf, most markets extended losses as oil

QE index loses 1.65pc, other Gulf markets dip

Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index dropped 195.74 points, or 1.65 percent, yesterday when it closed at 11,657.27 points. The market capitalisation decreased to QR613.83bn from QR623.78bn registered on Thursday. The daily turnover decreased to QR265m with

Abu Dhabi stocks end flat, Dubai falls 1.5 per cent as Fed eyed

Abu Dhabi index closed flat on Sunday helped by Etisalat ahead of effective date for foreign traders to own its shares directly, while Dubai index closed more than 1.5 per cent lower as investors positioned themselves ahead of the US Federal Reser

Indonesia celebrates listing of Dh22b sukuk in Nasdaq Dubai

Indonesia celebrated today listing of largest sovereign Sukuk issuance in Dubai worth Dh22 billion. Bambang Bodjonegoro, the Indonesian Minister of Finance, today rang the market-opening bell to celebrate the listing on Nasdaq Dubai of four Sukuk

Dubai Islamic economy flourishing

Bambang Bodjonegoro, the Indonesian Minister of Finance, on Sunday rang the market-opening bell to celebrate the listing on Nasdaq Dubai of four Sukuk valued at $6 billion (Dhs22 billion), issued by the Indonesian government under its Trust Ce

FTSE upgrades Qatar’s emerging market status

FTSE Russel, the global leader in indexing, has upgraded Qatari market to Secondary Emerging Market. Following its September 2015 annual review, FTSE announced Qatar will be promoted from Frontier to Secondary Emerging since the market meets the

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