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3.08 (0.09%)  (02/07/2015)
  • Close
  • 3,436.5
  • 52-week high
  • 3,614.38
  • 52-week low
  • 2,480.86
  • Volume
  • 22,305,197
  • 50-day average volume
  • 44,176,939
  • 1-month change
  • -4.68
  • 3-months change
  • 9.40
  • 12-month change
  • 25.02

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KSE ends transactions in red


The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) kept in the red zone till closing time on Tuesday, ending the trading session at the 6,946.1 point level, down one point, while the weighted index came to 465.93 points, recording a drop of 0.45 point

Gulf bourses mixed


Gulf markets closed mixed yesterday. Dubai’s index gained 0.2% to 1,690 points. Abu Dhabi’s benchmark fell 0.2% to 2,660 points. Saudi Arabia’s index inched up 0.01% to 6,396 points. Oman’s benchmark fell 0.2% to 6,509 points. Bahrain’s measure dr

QE extends losses to 2nd day amid profit-booking


Mild profit-booking, especially in industrial stocks weighed on Qatar’s bourse yesterday. The 20-stock benchmark settled 0.08% lower at 7,706.81 points on weak buying interest from foreign institutions. Micro and large cap equities largely bore the

DFM ends flat in absence of catalysts


Trading on Dubai Financial Market (DFM) remained subdued again on Tuesday though the benchmark index edged up slightly for want of a clear direction. The DFM Index inched up by 3.19 points or 0.19 per cent to close at 1,689.71 in listless tradin

DFM opens flat in early trading


Dubai Financial Market (DFM) opened weak on Tuesday. At 10.30am, the benchmark index was 1,685.25, down marginally by 1.27 point or 0.08 per cent, with all sectors except real estate and transportation trading in the red. Trading on Abu Dhabi

TASI up as Qatari, Kuwaiti stocks fall


Egypt's Orascom Telecom (OT) defied a regional market decline on Tuesday, soaring 5 percent after its executive chairman agreed to merge most of his telecom assets with Russia's Vimpelcom. Orascom surged in more than double its recent average tra

KSE stocks remain bearish


Kuwait stocks modestly recoiled by the end of yesterday's session with investors monitoring the 3rd quarter results. National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) traded ex-dividend yesterday after its AGM and EGM held in March 08, 2010 approved 10 percent rights

Tadawul bourse ends rollercoaster Tuesday trading in the green


Riyadh-based Tadawul All Share Index (Tasi) stabilised Tuesday, closing 0.01% higher at 6,396.41 points. Advances in the petrochemical sector prevented the market from falling further, as most segments ended in the red. Yanbu National Petrochemical Co

Too soon to relax at Bahrain Stock Exchange


The Manama-located stock market failed to break even on a year-to-date basis. After hitting a six-month high Monday, the BSE benchmark index closed 0.34% lower at 1,450.98. Bahrain National Holding Co. posted the largest loss (off 4.04% at BD0.380). T

Dubai Shares Climb as Arabtec Gains, Global Markets Advance


Dubai shares rose for a second time this week as Arabtec jumped the most in four months and stocks advanced globally. Other gulf markets declined. Arabtec Holding Co., the biggest builder in the United Arab Emirates, advanced to the highest since May 3

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