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5.00 (0.16%)  (08/10/2015)
  • Close
  • 3,197.36
  • 52-week high
  • 3,614.38
  • 52-week low
  • 2,480.86
  • Volume
  • 29,189,536
  • 50-day average volume
  • 47,745,659
  • 1-month change
  • 4.34
  • 3-months change
  • -6.17
  • 12-month change
  • -5.31

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KSE equities remain mixed

Kuwaiti equities ended yesterday's session on a mixed note. Large cap stocks outperformed small cap stocks, driving market the Global General Index (GGI) to its highest level in six trading days. Shares of Al-Rai Media Group started trading on KSE

Saudi bourse wants foreigners but fears 'hot' money

Saudi Arabia plans to open further the biggest Arab bourse to foreign investors but will do so only in gradual steps for fear of letting in "hot" speculative money, the head of the Kingdom's financial regulator told Reuters. The world's top oil e

Dubai's Aramex falls on Q3; market rally stalls

Dubai's Aramex suffered its largest decline in four weeks yesterday after the logistics provider's quarterly profit fell short of estimates, while most Middle East markets dipped, tracking losses in global stocks. Aramex fell 2.3 percent. Its qu

Kuwait bourse rejects Zain bid

Kuwait's bourse has vetoed a bid by Securities Group Company for about five per cent in telecom group Zain, a bourse official said, a move designed by the group as a protest against the conduct of a bid for a much bigger stake in Zain. The official s

Saudi stock market adds 0.05%

The Tasi benchmark composite in Riyadh ended at 6,332.79. SABIC shares advanced further, closing 0.53% higher at SR95.50. Food giant Almarai Company also extended its rally and finished 3.13% higher at SR214.50.

Dubai Shares Drop, End 2-Day Gain, on Speculation Rally Overdone

Dubai shares declined for the first time this week, led by Emaar Properties PJSC and Aramex PJSC, on investor speculation gains this month may have outpaced prospects for profit growth. Saudi stocks also fell. Emaar, the company with the biggest

Dubai market loses half a percentage point

In line with weak global trend at equity markets, the DFM General index ended slightly lower on Tuesday at 1,744.63 (off 0.50%). After US shares hit a six-month high, investors preferred to stay on the sidelines. Losses at Emaar Properties (down 1.03%

Abu Dhabi market dips a quarter percent

The ADX General Index closed 0.24% lower at 2,826.30. Heavywights Aldar Properties (down 1.50% at Dhs2.62) and Abu Dhabi National Energy Co. (off 2.01% at Dhs1.45) were hit by profit bookings and weighed on the market sentiment. Waha Capital added 2

KSE price index ends action in red

The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended trading on Tuesday with a drop of 6 points to 7,026.1 points, while the weighted index gained 2.19 points, reaching 478.81 points. Trades came to 5,192 transactions, worth about KD 45 million, and

Qatar Exchange Up 0.37%

The Qatar Exchange in the green area once again Tuesday adding 29.06 points or 0.37% to 7,815.55 points from 7,786.49 on Monday. The volume of shares traded up to 7,182,305 from 6,273,631 on Monday and the value of shares was down to QR19

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