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92.14 (3.69%)  (18/12/2014)
  • Close
  • 2,592.54
  • 52-week high
  • 3,414.35
  • 52-week low
  • 2,236.17
  • Volume
  • 54,432,308
  • 50-day average volume
  • 39,394,892
  • 1-month change
  • -19.97
  • 3-months change
  • -24.07
  • 12-month change
  • 14.09

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Concerns of Gulf investors could go well beyond oil

Gulf stock markets are worried enough about plummeting oil prices and their drain on regional liquidity, let alone anything else. When you read reports, as in Barron’s this week, that commodity funds are positioned for $35 a barrel, that’s not

Tadawul: Investors seem over pessimistic

The Saudi stock market continued its downward spiral and fell for a sixth session on Sunday as investors seem over pessimistic due to oil price anxiety. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) lost 274.8 points or 3.27 percent to close at 8,119.08 poin

Oman shares continue to slide

Sustained weakness in crude prices continues to drive down Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) markets. The MSM 30 extended its run of losses to end trading session at 5,623.65 points, down by 3.17 per cent. MSM Shariah Index also closed below 900 points at

When index slumped under profit booking pressure

Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed severe profit booking, especially by foreign institutions, resulting in a huge 942 points run off in the sensitive index and QR45bn in capitalisation during the week. The Organisation for Petroleum Exporting Count

Qatar shares take a beating as index plummets 535 points

Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday plunged 535 points, settling below 11,100 levels, as foreign institutions hurriedly squared off their position in reaction to cut in demand forecast by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec). Ab

Oil sinks Gulf bourses; Dubai nosedives 7.4%

Gulf stock markets fell sharply yesterday as panic selling spread across the region after oil dropped to a fresh five-year low; Dubai’s main index sank 7.4%, its biggest daily loss in six years. Brent crude tumbled on Wednesday to $63.56 per barrel on

Dubai index might be reaching a bottom

Dubai index may approaching a bottom, but recovery may take sometime, industry experts said, after the index shed more than 7.5 per cent on Thursday. The Dubai Financial Market General Index, which was the world’s best performing index until last we

KSE's main indices bearish at session closing

Main indices of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) maintained bearish trend throughout Thursday's session, the week's closing session, with the benchmark reading 6,463, losing 98 points. The weighted index shed 26.6 points while Kuwait 15 index, which r

Dubai sinks, panic selling spreads across GCC markets

Dubai's stock index tumbled on Thursday, heading for its biggest daily drop in five years, after Brent crude oil dropped to a fresh five-year low. The emirate's main index sank 7.2 per cent to 3,604 points, falling below major technical support at 3

Gulf Shares Plunge After OPEC as Dubai Declines Most Since 2008

Dubai stocks dropped the most since October 2008 and equity markets across the oil-producing Gulf Cooperation Council tumbled after OPEC reduced its estimate for crude demand in 2015. The DFM General Index (DFMGI) slumped 7.4 percent to the weakest

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