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SAGRINSURANCE 20.53 544,179
SABIC 80.78 8,365,247
SPIMACO 35.93 250,811
ALMARAI 83.95 74,125
RIBL 14.54 357,198
EEC 25.23 2,812,225
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-1.81 (-0.06%)  (31/08/2015)
  • Close
  • 3,071.57
  • 52-week high
  • 3,614.38
  • 52-week low
  • 2,480.86
  • Volume
  • 47,010,867
  • 50-day average volume
  • 42,565,109
  • 1-month change
  • -11.90
  • 3-months change
  • -14.89
  • 12-month change
  • -4.63

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KSE ends action in red, drops 27 points

The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended trading on Tuesday with a drop of 27 points to 7,018.8 points; the weighted index also dropped 4.32 points, reaching 476.39 points. Trades came to 3,974 transactions, worth about 36 million Kuwa

Qatar remains most preferred equity market

Nineteen percent of all GCC companies received research coverage in the third quarter of 2010, representing 71 percent of the total market cap, a recent report by Kuwait Financial Center (Markaz) on GCC Equity Research Statistics said. Saudi Arabi

Abu Dhabi hits 6-month high

Banks and telecom stocks lifted Abu Dhabi shares to a six-month high yesterday, led by banking and telecom stocks. Dubai’s index gained 0.3% to 1,744 points. Saudi Arabia’s benchmark fell 0.3% to 6,264 points. Kuwait’s index retreated 0.4% to 7,019

Qatar shares edge higher on Industry and services

Buying in industrial and services stocks yesterday lifted Qatar’s bourse by 0.52%. The 20-stock benchmark settled at 7,824.86 points on lower selling pressure from foreign institutions. Qatar Telecom, Industries Qatar, Barwa and QNB were among the p

KSE price index sheds 27 points

The KSE retreated yesterday braking the 7,000 point barrier reaching 6,991.0 points, but managed to edge up at the final hour of trading to finish the day at 7,018.8. Most Blue Chip stocks went down pulling the sectors indices with them. Market in

Abu Dhabi stocks at 6-month high

Orascom Telecom (OT) weighed on Egypt's index for a second consecutive day on Tuesday, while banks and telecom stocks lifted Abu Dhabi to a six-month high. OT fell 3.4 percent on news its chairman is to lose control of Greek telecom business Wind H

Credit Suisse remains bullish on Sabic

The Saudi Stock Exchange failed to sustain the positive momentum from the start of the week and closed 0.35% lower on Tuesday at 6,263.61, mainly due to losses in the banking and utilities sector. Shares of petrochemical giant Sabic recovered fur

Bahrain bourse adds 0.27%

The Bahrain All Share Index closed 0.27% up at 1,465.56. Ahli United Bank posted tha largest gain, closing two percent higher at $0.765. Al Salam Bank, on the other hand, plummeted 6.25%, ending at BD0.075.

Abu Dhabi Shares Advance to April-High on Earnings; ADIB Gains

Abu Dhabi shares climbed for a fifth day to the highest level since April as investors bet third- quarter earnings will increase and after First Gulf Bank PJSC’s recommendation was raised at EFG Hermes Holding. Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank PJSC, the Unit

Etisalat surge 2.60% after releasing results

The Abu Dhabi market's ADX General Index gained 1.07% to close at 2,807.77. Shares of former UAE telecom monopolist Etisalat jumped 2.60%, ending at Dhs11.90. Etisalat published interim results for the first nine months in 2010, saying its profit for

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