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12.15 (0.46%)  (17/04/2014)
  • Close
  • 2,638.52
  • 52-week high
  • 2,638.52
  • 52-week low
  • 2,020.46
  • Volume
  • 63,240,549
  • 50-day average volume
  • 40,456,184
  • 1-month change
  • 9.63
  • 3-months change
  • 13.94
  • 12-month change
  • 17.89

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The Qatar Exchange was in green area Monday adding 258.48 points or 3.65% to 7,334.49 points from 7,076.01 Sunday. The volume of shares traded decreased to 17,021,179 from 20,548,287 on Sunday and the value of shares was down QR435,116,497.50 from

Qatar, Dubai Stocks Gain on EU Pledge to Stem Crisis; Oil Rises


Qatar and Dubai shares advanced as European policy makers unveiled an unprecedented loan fund worth almost $1 trillion to prevent Greece’s debt crisis from spreading. Crude oil advanced for the first time in five days. Al Khalij Commercial Bank QSC r

KSE index up 100 points


The Price Index at Kuwait Stock Exchange jumped 100.3 points by 11:25 a.m. Monday reading 7,076.4 points. The weighted index meanwhile came to 428.09 points, an up of 7.37 points. Trades came to 4,041 transactions valued at KD 33,125,490 involving 17

KSE opens on all-green board after hefty losses on Sunday


The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) price index started Monday action in the green at an up of 30.3 points by 9:12 a.m. to come to 7,006.4 points, while the weighted index also gained 3.26 points to read 423.98 points. Trades came to 599 valued at KD

Mideast IPOs record five-fold jump, net $420.5m


The initial public offering (IPO) activity in the Middle East rose significantly in the first quarter raising $420.5 million from six IPOs compared to $83.6 million in the same period last year, according to Ernst & Young. The regional IPO market

Bleak Sunday wipes $18.62bn from GCC markets


Driven by global cues, volatile trade yesterday saw six of the eight Gulf markets end the day in deep red, with market capitalisation losses across the markets amounting to $18.62 billion (Dh68.39bn) since their close last Thursday, according to an

Global crash takes a toll on local stocks


The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) suffered a major setback yesterday as selling across the board on the back of the Greek debt-induced weekend carnage in US markets pushed the index lower. Saturday's fall of more than four per cent in the Saudi Ara

Kuwait benchmark plunges 138 pts in broad decline; volume rebounds


Kuwait stocks plunged below the 7000 mark on Sunday as sell-offs dominated the trading floor for fifth consecutive day. The index dived 138 points in a broad decline led by select blue chips and middle level stocks in the industrial and services s

Construction, energy sectors lead ADX fall


After a positive close last weekend, the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) again slipped into the red following a selloff across global markets. Market sentiment was very weak in the absence of any buying activity, as the bourse witnessed a turnover

Arabtec, Du, Etisalat, Kuwait Insurance: Gulf Equity Preview


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