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QNBK 154 148,883
SABIC 97.25 1,106,367
BAHRI 36.6 185,412
DANA 0.45 17,092,585
EEC 21.9 450,675
ARTC 0.97 187,817,230
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GulfBase GCC Index


53.20 (1.72%)  (22/02/2017)
  • Close
  • 3,140.59
  • 52-week high
  • 3,264.16
  • 52-week low
  • 2,694.82
  • Volume
  • 48,362,432
  • 50-day average volume
  • 100,614,082
  • 1-month change
  • -1.24
  • 3-months change
  • 10.29
  • 12-month change
  • 19.35

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UAE shares end lower on subdued trading

Shares in Arabtec Holding dragged Dubai equities lower yesterday on a subdued day for regional bourses. The Bloomberg GCC 200 Index finished the day 0.8 per cent lower, with only the Bahrain Bourse All Share Index finishing in positive territory, even

Dubai index mimics Arabtec decline as critical support breached

Arabtec weighed on Dubai index on Monday, triggering a breach below the key support level. Arabtec fell to its lower circuit and closed at Dh0.900, below the keenly-watched Dh1 level. “We have seen aggressive selling pressure due to announcement on

7 firms to list on 2nd Saudi stock board

Seven companies will start trading in Saudi Arabia next Sunday on a parallel market designed to boost the role of small and medium firms, the bourse said on Monday. The new market, called Nomu, “is an alternative trading platform with lighter list

Women named to head Saudi bourse, major bank

Women have been named to head Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange and a major bank, the institutions announced, despite the kingdom’s social restrictions on females. Samba Financial Group on Sunday said Rania Mahmoud Nashar had begun work as chief exe

Local institutional buying lifts Oman shares higher

Led by local institutional buying in banking and utility stocks, the MSM30 Index closed at 5,858.41 points, up 0.26 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index ended at 867.87 points, down 0.06 per cent. Phoenix Power was the most active in terms of volume as well

QSE extends rally to 5th session to cross 10,900 mark

The Qatar Stock Exchange opened the week on a stronger note with its key index surpassing the 10,900 mark, mainly lifted by the telecom, industrials, realty and banking stocks. The domestic institutions’ net selling weakened considerably as the 2

UAE shares edge into the red

Shares in the UAE began the week slightly in the red on Sunday, as investors booked gains made at the end of last week. The Qatar Exchange was the standout performer on an otherwise quiet day across the Arabian Gulf, with the remainder of the reg

Gulf Finance House surges to a fresh high as demand grows for small

Gulf Finance House struck a new 52-week high, as other small stocks such as Shuaa, and Eshraq surged in the UAE markets on Sunday. The wider index closed marginally lower. Gulf Finance House hit a 52-week high of Dh2.96 before closing 1.04 per cent

Bank shares lift Tadawul

Stock markets in the Middle East were mixed in modest trading volumes on Sunday with Saudi Arabia and Qatar outperforming because of support from the banking sector, while Egypt fell as the currency hit a three-month high. Two-thirds of the 12 list

Technical analysis of the QSE index

This week’s uptick was on lower volumes and that indicates weakness of that up-move. However, we are generally optimistic on the index as positive momentum has been picking up. We maintain our support level at 10,500 and the resistance at the 11,50

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