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26.05 (0.80%)  (20/11/2014)
  • Close
  • 3,293.06
  • 52-week high
  • 3,414.35
  • 52-week low
  • 2,193.19
  • Volume
  • 57,811,024
  • 50-day average volume
  • 35,697,523
  • 1-month change
  • 3.27
  • 3-months change
  • 4.21
  • 12-month change
  • 48.15

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Saudi stocks rise 0.2% from Wednesday’s 3-week low


Gulf stock markets stabilized after steep falls earlier in the week, as steadier oil prices and overnight gains by US equities persuaded some bargain-hunters to return. Dubai rose 0.1 percent to trim its weekly losses to 3.1 percent, Qatar added 0.5

Realty, insurance buying helps QSE reverse losses


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday exhibited resiliency gaining 62 points, a day after it lost substantially. Buying was more pronounced in the real estate and insurance sectors as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) rose 0.46% to 13,

Dubai Financial Market shares on a roller-coaster ride


Dubai’s stock market shed strong early morning gains to close up just 0.12 per cent at the end of trading on Thursday. The Dubai Financial Market ended at 4,406.15, an increase of just over 3 per cent for the week. Shares in Ajman Bank had some of the

Nasdaq Dubai strikes dual listings deal in Egypt


asdaq Dubai, the emirate’s international stock market, has struck a deal with Egyptian financial authorities that could lead to dual listings of companies on both markets. The deal, announced in Dubai by Hamed Ali, the chief executive of Nasdaq Dub

Buying support lifts QSE as Gulf bourses fall


A precipitous fall intra-week notwithstanding, the Qatar Stock Exchange landed in the positive trajectory, the only bourse to do so in the Gulf region, mainly on local retail investors’ buying support, during the week. Strong buying interests in the

NCB’s market debut to fuel positive sentiment


The National Commercial Bank’s (NCB) debut in the Saudi stock exchange is expected to create a positive sentiment, a senior analyst said as the Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) closed 1.59 percent or 155.73 points lower at 9,628.84. John Sfakianakis of

Gulf stocks suffer sharp falls as oil prices extend loss


Gulf stock markets suffered sharp falls Wednesday, led by Saudi Arabia and Dubai, as a slump in world oil prices depressed sentiment in the energy-rich region. The Saudi Tadawul All-Shares Index, the largest in the Arab world, slid 3.3 percent by

Dubai stocks sink most in world as oil slides to 4-year low


Dubai’s stocks fell the most among global markets yesterday as oil extended declines while Saudi shares slumped amid heightened security concerns. The benchmark DFM General Index dropped 3.3%, the most in three weeks, to 4,400.80 at the close. That is

Value of share offerings in Mena surge ten-fold


The initial public offerings (IPOs) in the Middle East and North African (Mena) region raised $1.7 billion in the third quarter of 2014, a ten-fold increase from the $150.7 million raised in the same period last year, according to EY's Mena pdate The

ADS Securities unveils Big Data trading tool


ADS Securities has introduced a new sentiment tracking research tool for its clients. Provided by Acuity Trading, who specialise in using big data to inform trading decisions, ADS Securities says it can provide real advantages to investors who want to

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