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53.91 (1.81%)  (27/08/2015)
  • Close
  • 3,037.79
  • 52-week high
  • 3,614.38
  • 52-week low
  • 2,480.86
  • Volume
  • 85,616,956
  • 50-day average volume
  • 41,002,906
  • 1-month change
  • -14.31
  • 3-months change
  • -14.97
  • 12-month change
  • -3.77

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Persian Gulf Stock Exchanges Struggle to Revive Trading Volumes

Persian Gulf stock exchanges are struggling to revive trading volumes even after the Dubai World debt accord spurred bond issuances and share sales. The volume of shares traded in Dubai, Abu Dhabi,Oman and Qatar is less than half what it was a year

Qatar shares edge higher on foreign buying interest

Qatari shares gained 0.59% yesterday as buying interest from foreign institutions largely overcame strong profit-booking by local investors in the Qatar’s bourse, which closed 0.59% higher yesterday. Led by Industries Qatar, the 20-stock benchma

Emaar closes flat, DP World tops in volume

Dubai Financial Market (DFM) showed buoyancy on Sunday and ended three points higher on buying support. The benchmark index closed at 1,746.98, up 0.17 per cent with all sectoral indices, except transportation, ending in the green. Major stocks that

DFM shows buoyancy on strong support

Dubai Financial Market (DFM) showed buoyancy in early trade on Sunday and is likely to end higher on strong support. At 12.15 the benchmark index was 1,749.55, up marginally by 5.57 points or 0.32 per cent. Major stocks that are pushing the market up

KSE index starts week trading in red

Kuwaiti equities ended yesterday's session on a higher note. Investors overcame early selling pressure, helping major indices nudge out of the negative territory. Zain & Securities Group hogged the lime light yesterday as Securities Group Co, said it

Oman’s new bank to launch IPO in Q3 next year

Oman’s Al Izz International Bank, a lender under formation in the Gulf Arab state, plans to launch an initial public offering (IPO) in the third-quarter of 2011, its spokesman said on Sunday. The new financial institution, which got the central ban

Gulf stocks surge, SABIC lifts TASI

Industries Qatar (IQ) hit a 24-week high on Sunday, tracking gains in regional rival Saudi Basic Industries Corp. (SABIC), while solid quarterly earnings also supported Doha-listed stocks. Middle East markets rose, bolstered by gains in oil price

Batelco lifts Bahrain bourse by 0.31%

The Bahrain market index closed 0.31% up at 1,469.99 as Bahrain Telecom (Batelco) surged 2.91% to finish at BD0.53. Batelco Group Chief Executive Peter Kaliaropoulos will resume the lead role for Batelco's Bahrain operation as Mr. Gert Rieder, who

Dubai market heavyweights close unchanged

The DFM General Index started the last week of October cautiously, adding 0.17% to close at 1,746.98. In line with the lacklustre trading activity (traded value declined 54% to Dhs117m) market bellwether Emaar Properties ended flat at Dhs3.85, as well

RAKBank shares surge on nine-month results

With a gain of 0.48% the ADX General Index started the last week of October (closing at 2,821.01). Shares of National Bank of Ras al-Khaima (Rakbank) jumped 6.58% to finish at Dhs4.70. Rakbank has reported a net profit of Dhs729.8m for the nine mon

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