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-27.32 (-0.76%)  (30/07/2015)
  • Close
  • 3,568.04
  • 52-week high
  • 3,614.38
  • 52-week low
  • 2,480.86
  • Volume
  • 71,190,432
  • 50-day average volume
  • 39,022,515
  • 1-month change
  • 4.37
  • 3-months change
  • 4.73
  • 12-month change
  • 21.22

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Regional shares fall


UAE shares dropped slightly yesterday as investors closed positions in advance of third-quarter earnings. The Dubai Financial Market General Index dropped 0.7 per cent to 1,742.63. Emaar Properties lost 0.7 per cent to Dh3.94. The Dubai developer is

Gulf markets mixed; Dubai, Saudi fall


Gulf markets ended mixed yesterday as investors remained on the sidelines awaiting quarterly earnings or booked profits from a recent regional rally. Real estate stocks weighed on Dubai’s index which retreated after hitting a five-month closing high on

Profit-booking weighs on Qatar shares


Profit-booking, especially in the banking stocks, yesterday dragged Qatar’s bourse by 0.94%. Foreign institutions resorted brisk selling as the 20-stock benchmark settled lower at 7,756.27 points. The market is however up 11.50% year-to-date. Pr

Quick profit booking drags DFM down


After advancing for five trading sessions in a row, Dubai Financial Market (DFM) snapped its bullishness on Tuesday after giving in to selling pressure on account of quick profit booking. Major stocks such as Emaar, DFM and Arabtec declined though t

KSE price index ends action in green


KSE stocks rebounded strongly yesterday, buoyed by National Bank Of Kuwait Chief Executive Officer Isam J Al-Sager statement to media on Monday. Blue chips edged higher during the day. All major indices notched remarkable gains. Market indices Glob

Dubai Shares Drop on Concern Gains Overdone Given Global Growth


Dubai shares declined the most this month on speculation recent gains are overdone after global markets and crude oil retreated on concern the global economic recovery will falter. Qatar stocks also fell. Emaar Properties PJSC, the builder of the

Bahrain exchange stays on the bullish track


Despite a regional and global stutter mode at markets on Tuesday, the BSE in Manama gained 0.84%, finishing at 1,472.51. United Gulf Bank jumped 10% to close at BD0.462. No share lost value as 90% of listed stocks were not traded.

Dubai market dives 0.74% on global currency disputes


In line with global markets, the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) lost slightly (off 0.74%), closing at 1,742.63. The IMF annual meeting in Washington failed secure a currency deal between the US and China or resolve imbalances in the world economy,

Etisalat shares close at a six-month high


The ADX General Index closed 0.34% lower at 2,712.42. In its latest research report for the fourth quarter of 2010, "Global View", Swiss Bank Sarasin anticipates a slowdown in the pace of economic growth. Double-dip recession and deflation will c

Qatar Exchange Down 0.94%


After upward trend for four days, the Qatar Exchange was down on Tuesday 73.91 points or 0.94% to 7,756.27 points from 7,830.18 on Monday. The volume of shares traded down to 6,277,069 from 8,115,222 on Monday, and the value of shares fell to

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