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SABIC 82.21 8,610,238
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GulfBase GCC Index


-13.99 (-0.46%)  (28/07/2016)
  • Close
  • 3,002.09
  • 52-week high
  • 3,568.04
  • 52-week low
  • 2,359.95
  • Volume
  • 33,645,835
  • 50-day average volume
  • 58,183,604
  • 1-month change
  • 5.39
  • 3-months change
  • -0.54
  • 12-month change
  • -15.36

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Emirates' bourses pick themselves up after Egypt woes

Markets have rebounded this morning after yesterday's Egypt-inspired woes, with speculation that the sharp fall on the UAE's bourses was overdone. The Abu Dhabi Securities Market General Index rose 0.72 per cent to 2594.18 in early trading, while the

Markets rebound from fall

Markets rebounded yesterday on speculation that Sunday's dramatic fall in the UAE's bourses may have been an overreaction, but traders said fears about Egypt were suppressing a stronger recovery. Hassan el Salah, the head of institutional sales at

Qatari bourse rises by 35.37 points

Qatar Exchange was slightly up yesterday adding 35.37 points or 0.41 percent to 8,745.14 points from the previous closing of 8,709.77. The volume of shares traded fell to 11,417,624 from 25,762,576 Sunday and the value of shares down to Q

Credit Suisse positive on UAE

Credit Suisse downgraded its rating on emerging markets equities to "neutral" from "overweight" on increasing geopolitical risks in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region and increased uncertainty over oil prices but remained positive on the U

Gulf markets volatile as investors eye Egypt unrest

Gulf markets ended mixed yesterday; with Dubai and Saudi stocks among decliners as the unrest convulsing Egypt spurred renewed selling in volatile trade. Protesters have intensified their efforts to force Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak to quit as w

GCC capital markets start slow in 2011

This year started quiet as far as IPOs are concerned, with no new primary listings in any of the GCC bourse. Dubai-based Arabtec Holding was the only one to access the equity finance market when it announced on January 16 a rights offering for ex

Qatar bourse edges up amid weak buy interest

Weak buying interests yesterday lifted Qatar’s bourse, a day after sentiments over growing political unrest in Egypt dragged the bourse down. Foreign institutions were back in the trading ring as the 20-stock benchmark gained 0.41% to 8,745.14 poi

Gulf stocks mixed

Stock markets across the Gulf were mixed Monday as lower prices attracted buyers following Sunday’s sharp drops that were sparked by turmoil in Egypt. Saudi stock benchmark Tadawul All Share Index fell 1 percent to 6,357.03 points at close Monday as

Gulf markets volatile as investors eye Egypt

Middle East markets opened higher before some benchmarks gave back gains as the unrest convulsing Egypt spurred renewed selling in volatile trade. "Egypt is at the centre of everybody's radar and the market is trying to find a level that makes sense f

KSE stocks modestly up

Kuwait's stocks closed modestly higher yesterday, on the back of Kingdom Holding Company's offer to buy Zain's entire stake in its Saudi Arabian unit. However, today gains were insufficient to help the market nudge out of the negative zone for the

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