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GFH 0.5 420,000
QNBK 135 81,525
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-15.99 (-0.57%)  (20/08/2017)
  • Close
  • 2,781.44
  • 52-week high
  • 3,264.16
  • 52-week low
  • 2,694.82
  • Volume
  • 27,579,444
  • 50-day average volume
  • 30,753,156
  • 1-month change
  • -3.67
  • 3-months change
  • -4.67
  • 12-month change
  • -8.61

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Most Gulf markets fall; Egypt index rises

Egypt’s Orascom Telecom hit a six-month high yesterday after its first-quarter profit soared following the sale of a stake in another operator, while Gulf Arab markets fell. Orascom Telecom’s shares climbed 7.2 percent, their highest finish since

KSE ends in red, closes at 6,475.5 points

The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) price index ended the week's trading with a drop of 15.5 points, closing in the redzone, at 6,475.5 points. Meanwhile, the weighted index was down 1.77 points closing at 450.87 points. The bourse saw trades stands at

Qatar shares snap 2-day losing streak despite selling pressure

The Qatar Exchange yesterday rose 0.24% after a two-day losing streak. Local retail investors’ selling pressure notwithstanding, the 20-stock benchmark settled 20 points higher at 8,636.79. The market is, however, down 0.52% year-to-date. Qatar T

Equities slip, investors reduce risk

Dubai’s benchmark slipped 0.4 per cent, taking its May losses to 3.1 per cent, on Thursday. “Pretty much the whole market is being driven by external and macro level factors — there’s a bit of uncertainty in global markets in general,” says Robert

Tamweel shares dip on profit booking

The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) ended the third week of May with a loss of 0.42% and closed at 1,583.01 points. After rising over 10% during the week, Islamic home financing company Tamweel dipped 0.42%, finishing at Dhs0.937. Emaar lost 0.94%,

KSE index ends in red

The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange ended week trading in red with 6,475.5 points, losing 15.5 points, and the weighted index came to 450.87 points, down 1.77 points. Trades came to 3,066 transactions, worth KD 43.9 million, and volume came to

KSE midday price index in red

The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange is in red at 11:25 a.m. Thursday, came to 6,472.8 points, a drop of 18.2 points, while the weighted index came to 449.74 points, a drop of 2.9 points. Trades came to 2,021 transactions, bringing value to KD 13

Oman bourse at 17-month low; Egypt rally ends

Most Gulf markets fell yesterday as Oman’s bourse hit a 17-month low on low investor demand, while Egypt’s market ended a seven-day rally on concerns over company earnings. In a ninth straight loss, Oman’s index fell 1.4 percent to its lowest close

Oman stocks at 17mth low on earnings woes

Most Gulf Arab markets fell yesterday as Oman’s bourse hit a 17-month low on low investor demand. In a ninth straight loss, Oman’s index fell 1.4% to its lowest close since December 10, 2009 on muted buying interest after lower-than-expected ear

Tamweel back in fashion as UAE markets lack direction

Tamweel was in focus on trading in Dubai this morning as markets lack direction as news was light on the ground, brokers said. "Speculators have been focusing on this stock of late," said Ameed Kanaan, the general manager at Al Jazira Financial S

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