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-16.16 (-0.54%)  (28/03/2017)
  • Close
  • 2,951.49
  • 52-week high
  • 3,264.16
  • 52-week low
  • 2,694.82
  • Volume
  • 20,950,926
  • 50-day average volume
  • 66,721,587
  • 1-month change
  • -4.06
  • 3-months change
  • -4.33
  • 12-month change
  • 2.95

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QSE announces methodology changes to QE Index

Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) has announced that it has made changes to the methodology of the benchmark QE Index, following a decision by QSE Index Committee and the approval of the Qatar Financial Markets Authority (QFMA). The decision by the Index

Emaar Properties end in red, while Dubai index recovers

Emaar Properties closed in the negative zone for a second consecutive day, after the stock fell more than 3 per cent in the previous session due to disappointment over dividends. The Dubai index, however, recovered. Shares of Emaar Properties closed

Dubai outperforms in weak Gulf; Egypt climbs

Gulf stock markets were weak on Wednesday as another slide in Doha Bank pulled down Qatar, but Dubai rose on the back of gains in a few stocks. The Dubai index climbed 0.8 percent, bouncing from a 10-week low, although gaining stocks only margi

Weak trend continues on Muscat bourse

Weak sentiment prevailed on the Muscat bourse on Tuesday. The MSM30 index ended on a flat note to close at 5,795.71 points, down by 0.07 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index closed at 859.31 points, down by 0.10 per cent. Al Anwar Holding was the most ac

Emaar shares in sharpest fall for more than eight months as dividend

Shares in Emaar Properties suffered their biggest fall in more than eight months yesterday as Dubai’s biggest listed property developer disappointed investors with a dividend of 15 fils per share. Emaar shares fell 3.8 per cent – their biggest fall

Most Gulf stock markets fall but Saudi Arabia bucks trend

Most Gulf stock markets fell yesterday as blue chip Emaar Properties pulled down Dubai and stocks going ex-dividend hit Qatar, although Saudi Arabia closed marginally higher. Dubai’s index slipped 1.5 percent as Emaar lost 3.8 percent after it proposed

Sell-off in Emaar shares as dividend disappoints

Emaar Properties, which has the highest weightage on Dubai index, witnessed a sell-off with hefty volumes on Tuesday after the company announced a flat dividend. The broader Dubai gauge also fell. Emaar Properties closed 3.79 per cent lower at Dh7

Framework for REIT funds to be issued by mid-year in Oman

A keenly-awaited regulatory framework for Real Estate Investment Trust funds (REITs) is expected to be issued before the end of the first half of this year, according to a high-level official of the Sultanate’s Capital Market Authority (CMA). Kemal

Saudi banking sector’s monthly profits surge by 16%: Report

The Saudi banking sector’s aggregate monthly profit recovered in January 2017 after the steep year-end decline in December, said a report issued by Al-Rajhi Capital. Analysts at Al-Rajhi said that the sector is benefiting from repricing of assets gi

Qatari stocks close Monday session 0.92% lower

Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) closed Monday down 98.61 points, or 0.92 percent to finish at 10,622.54. Barwa and Qatar Fuel announced cash dividends per share of QR2.5 and QR7 respectively. This would represent a dividend yield of 6.29 percent and 4.4

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