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14.09 (0.51%)  (23/10/2016)
  • Close
  • 2,780.78
  • 52-week high
  • 3,119.75
  • 52-week low
  • 2,359.95
  • Volume
  • 53,167,952
  • 50-day average volume
  • 35,734,385
  • 1-month change
  • -2.57
  • 3-months change
  • -6.65
  • 12-month change
  • -9.79

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Tadawul falls 3.4%; Saudi petrochemical stocks hit by oil price disapp

Saudi Arabia’s stock market fell sharply for a second straight day on Wednesday, leading the entire region down, in response to weak oil prices and government austerity measures. The Saudi equities index, which had retreated 3.8 percent on Tuesday, s

Muscat bourse drops on dull trading

Barring a special deal of 9.75 per cent of Phoenix Power worth OMR17.8 million, it was dull trading activity on the Muscat bourse and the MSM 30 Index closed at 5,748.61 points, down 0.33 per cent. The seller of Phoenix Power was Qatar Electricity &

Saudi stocks tumble on government’s austerity measures

Saudi Arabia’s stock index slumped 3.8% yesterday after the government said it would cut ministers’ salaries by 20% and scale back financial bonuses and perks for public sector workers under an austerity drive. The new steps largely appear to fo

Kuwait bourse to introduce stock swing limit

Kuwait's stock exchange will introduce a limit of 20 per cent for the maximum daily rise or fall of individual stocks by November, Khaled Abdulrazzaq al-Khaled, chief executive of Boursa Kuwait, which operates the exchange, said on Tuesday. The e

Saudi Arabia’s cost-cutting steps set austere tone in Gulf markets

Saudi shares had their worst day in more than four months on Tuesday, after the kingdom announced unprecedented cuts to state salaries, dragging equities lower across the Arabian Gulf. Stocks were sent reeling following the government’s decision to cu

Saudi stocks slide 4%, falls the most globally on austerity steps

Investors fled Saudi’s Tadawul stock exchange yesterday following an announcement that the government would implement additional austerity measures, a move expected to hurt consumer demand. Saudi Arabian stocks tumbled 3.79 per cent, the most in the

Kuwait bourse edges lower; volume jumps – Ooredoo dives 60 fils;

Kuwait stocks fell slightly on Monday after ticking higher on Sunday. The price index eased 2.36 to 5,407.87 points amid spurt in speculative trading in select counters. The board however remained broadly mixed even as oil prices continued to hover

Muscat bourse reacts on profit-booking

Shares on the Muscat bourse reacted on profit-booking after two days of recovery. The MSM30 Index remained flat at 5,767.37 points, marginally down by 0.03 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index ended at 880.69 points, up by 0.06 per cent. Port Services

Saudi banks rally on central bank monetary action

Saudi shares had their best day in three weeks yesterday after the kingdom’s central bank moved to address a liq­uidity shortage in the financial system. UAE markets were little changed. The Tadawul ended the day 0.7 per cent higher, following the

Kuwait bourse edges higher; volume drops – NBK gains 10 fils;

Kuwait stocks edged higher on Sunday, after posting moderate losses in the last week. The price index, after trading in red for most part of the session, rose 4.43 pts to 5,410.23 points helped by some of the banking shares. The board remained lar

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