Saudis Tadawul ended the day up by only 0.01% at 6,400.39. Fifty-nine stocks rose, while 61 fell. Alinma Bank was the most traded by volume and by value, but ended the day down at SR13.75. Gulf Union posted the biggest rise, going up by 9.96%.
The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) managed to recover some of its losses but still closed in red at a down of 114. 2 points to 7,667 points, while the weighted index ended trade down 9.94 points to 447.87 points. Trades came to 6,797 spo
The Qatar Exchange was down Monday 114.97 points or 1.52% to 7,436.95 points from 7,551.92 Sunday. The volume of shares traded rose to 13,690,933 from 13,425,908 Sunday, the value of shares was fell to QR329,187,449.30 from QR401,436,806.20 Sunday.
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc., the second- biggest operator of U.S. stock exchanges, will supply the Kuwait Stock Exchange with a trading system and advisory services in a contract worth 18.3 million dinars ($63.8 million). The Kuwait Stock Exchange is the
Kuwait’s bourse ended lower, falling 0.9 percent to 7,782 points, on Sunday, as blue chips mostly fell. Zain shares rallied before closing flat, while Gulf Bank of Kuwait took a hit of 5.5 percent. Speculations in Zain shares were rife on Sunday aft
The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) was down 41.9 points by 9:15 a.m. Monday to read 7,739.7 points. Volume came to 36 million shares by that time, traded in 701 transactions worth KD 8.2 million. The index closed on a drop of 67 points to
Foreign and Qatari institutional investors booked profits yesterday pushing the index of Qatar Exchange 30 points down to 7,552. Net buying from foreign as well as local retail investors rose but failed to buoy the market. The only stocks which made
Heavyweight etisalat led Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange up yesterday as the market continued to attract buying interest. The index added 37.26 points, or 1.17 per cent, to close at 3230.44 – the highest level in 11 months. Etisalat advanced 1.63 per c
Performance indicators measuring the Qatar Exchange showed a negative performance for the third quarter of 2009. Major indicators such as the general index, market value, total trading value, total trading volume and number of deals dropped in Q3. The
Positive macroeconomic news about the UAE economy fueled bullishness on Dubai Financial Market (DFM) yesterday and helped the index to test its 11-month highs. The general index added 28.2 points, or 1.23 per cent, to close at 2325.36 points, the