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Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange

ADX

-40.45 (-0.89%)  (20/07/2017)
  • Open
  • 4,592.94
  • High
  • 4,592.94
  • Low
  • 4,541.96
  • Close
  • 4,552.49
  • 52-week high
  • 4,715.05
  • 52-week low
  • 4,179.13
  • Volume
  • 63,509,320
  • 50-day average volume
  • 115,307,600
  • 1-month change
  • 2.17 %
  • 3-months change
  • 0.68 %
  • 12-month change
  • -1.30 %

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The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has picked a local bank and three foreign lenders as bookrunners for the planned initial public offering (IPO) of its retail unit that could raise $1.5 billion to $2 billion, sources said on Thursday. The

Seven-day rally in Dubai shares snapped


Shares in Dubai closed down 0.7 per cent yesterday, breaking a seven-day rally, as Damac Properties’ surge reversed course. Abu Dhabi stocks closed marginally lower in thin trading, while Saudi stocks closed half a per cent lower. The reta

Property majors impact Dubai index


The Dubai index closed flat as buying in Emaar Properties was offset by mild profit-taking in Damac. The Dubai Financial Market General Index closed 0.11 per cent higher at 3,582.25. Emaar Properties closed 0.99 per cent higher at Dh8.19. Damac

Seven-day rally in Dubai shares snapped


Shares in Dubai closed down 0.7 per cent yesterday, breaking a seven-day rally, as Damac Properties’ surge reversed course. Abu Dhabi stocks closed marginally lower in thin trading, while Saudi stocks closed half a per cent lower. The reta

Opposite forces at play in Dubai index


Strength from Emaar shares was offset by weakness in Damac Properties, even as Dubai index closed half a per cent lower on Tuesday. Damac shares fell more than 9 per cent to close at Dh4.03, while Emaar Properties and Emaar Malls closed 1-2 per cent

Regional markets likely to remain buoyant


Arabian Gulf stock markets look set to consolidate on Monday in the absence of fresh news, although Dubai may continue rising if it looks likely to break important technical resistance. The international market environment is modestly positive, with

Damac, DIB bounce as Dubai index nears key resistance


Damac shares, which hit another record as traders resorted to further accumulation, along with Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) helped the broader gauge to bounce further, nearing the critical resistance. Damac hit another peak at Dh4.57, before closing 3.75

UAE markets’ gaining streak keeps up pace


The UAE stock markets continued their gaining streak on Monday for the second session running led by the real estate and banking sectors, which drove the market capitalisations of trading companies to book Dhs6.1 billion in gains, and a total of D

Foreign investors purchase Dh2.1 billion shareson ADX in June


Foreign investors’ purchases in June 2017 reached Dh2.114 billion, representing 55.4 per cent of total buy trades, whereas their sales stood at Dh1.871 billion, representing 49.1 per cent of total sell trades. Subsequently, the net foreign investment i

UAE stocks gain Dhs4.1 billion


The UAE equity markets on Sunday continued their bullish trend which started last week, with the positive mood prevailing over all sectors led by the property market which posted robust growth in the run-up toward the announcement of the 2017 H1

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