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GulfBase GCC Index


-40.48 (-1.21%)  (30/10/2014)
  • Close
  • 3,315.09
  • 52-week high
  • 3,414.35
  • 52-week low
  • 2,170.85
  • Volume
  • 39,452,715
  • 50-day average volume
  • 37,900,309
  • 1-month change
  • -1.43
  • 3-months change
  • 12.62
  • 12-month change
  • 53.23

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Dubai index extends losses as investors fret

Dubai index extended losses on Wednesday led by Emaar Properties and Arabtec as investors continued to fret about falling crude oil prices and growth globally. The Abu Dhabi index also ended weak led by real estate firms. The Dubai Financial Market

Dubai property regulator launches annual service charges list

The Dubai property regulator has compiled a list of annual service charges on hundreds of freehold properties across the emirate. The Real Estate Regulatory Agency, part of Dubai Land Department (DLD), on Wednesday unveiled its online index at the

Tadawul: Transport equities plunge by 4.8%

The Saudi stock market continued its downward fall and recorded huge losses (-274 points) on Wednesday. Saudi Arabia’s benchmark stock index (TASI) tumbling 2.69 percent and trimming back the 10,000-mark finished at 9,903 points. Large cap index

Deutsche Securities Saudi Arabia appoints Tamim Jabr

Deutsche Securities Saudi Arabia (“DSSA”), a CMA licensed securities firm wholly owned by Deutsche Bank AG, has appointed Tamim Jabr as Head of Corporate & Investment Banking Coverage for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In his new role, Tamim will be

Qatar Stock Exchange sustains its bull run

Buying interest, especially at the banking and telecom counters, helped the Qatar Stock Exchange sustain the bullish run for the second day yesterday as its key index breached the 13,500 mark. Foreign institutions’ hunt for equities led the 20-st

‘QSE may have more liquidity providers’

Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which is racing ahead to expand the investment universe for investors, is expected to see more liquidity providers (LPs), a move that ought to enhance the liquidity in the market and better price discovery. “Discussions are

Most Gulf markets fall on global gloom

Most stock markets in the Middle East fell yesterday as European stocks, which had led them up in the previous session, changed direction and US equities continued to decline. Dubai’s bourse fell 2.9% to a one-month closing low of 4,572 points as all

Oman stocks fall for third day

The MSM 30 index continued its downward trend to close at 7,166.73 points, down by 0.44 per cent. The MSM Shariah index closed at 1,065.71 points, a fall of 0.34 per cent. Tageer Finance was the most active in terms of volume as well as turnover. Al

Tadawu: Petchem stocks suffer 3.47% losses

Again Saudi stock market passed through a lean session on Tuesday, trimming more than two hundred points. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) dipping to a maximum of 306 points during the day, finally reduced by 1.94 percent to close at 10,177.11. St

Amanat Dh2.5bn IPO aimed at education and healthcare markets

Amanat has revealed details of its Dh1.375 billion initial public offering aimed at exploiting the region’s booming markets in health care and education. The new company – already backed by Dh1.125bn of capital from big investors in the GCC region – is

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