The contest between bulls and bears ended without any significant change at Qatar Exchange on Monday 9th December 2013, as QE index wavering in north and south closed the session at 10,434.1 points, which was roughly where it started the day. Only M
The ADX General Index initiated its journey by wavering along the break-even line and then jumped up into the green territory and closed the day at 4,001.47 levels on Monday 9th Dec 2013, up 11.85 points or 0.30 percent from its previous close. Mar
MSM 30 Index ended on a flat note at 6770.24 points, marginally up by 0.02 per cent. MSM Shariah Index closed at 1086.49 points. Gulf Investment Services was the most active in terms of volume as well as turnover. National Securities was the top ga
UAE stock markets sustained an upward trend on Sunday and hit a fresh five-year high on buying in real estate and banking shares. The Dubai Financial Market, or DFM, which started trading 15 minutes late due to a technical fault, further built up the
The Qatar Exchange yesterday opened the week on a stronger note, especially lifted by real estate and telecom equities. Foreign institutions were seen increasingly bullish as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) rose 0.46% to 10,436.52 p
The Saudi stock market continued its positive movement, marking another gain of 0.94 percent Sunday. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) jumped into the green territory earlier yesterday and spending entire session in the same region closed higher at
The Qatar Exchange (QE) Index gained 14.04 points, or 0.14%, during the week, to close at 10,389.10 points. Market capitalisation decreased by 0.19% to reach QR554bn as compared to QR555bn at the end of the previous week. Of the 42 listed companies, 22
Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) announced recently that it has begun testing the new trading system "X-stream", a high performance exchange trading system that offers multiple functionalities and maximum flexibility to cater to the needs of ADX .
With earnings sessions round the corner, Qatar Exchange closed the week on a higher note, albeit on a slower pace. Local retail investors’ net buying of QR66mn lend support to the QE 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data), which was up 0.14% in th
Qatari stocks showed marginal gains last week as the country’s main index inched up 14.04 points (0.14 percent) to 10,389.10. The trading value (of over QR1.58bn), though, declined over the previous week by a considerable 30.79 percent (QR2.3bn).