The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE), along with major indicators and market sectors ended yesterdays trading session on a mixed note. Global General Index (GGI) edged lower. GGI shed 0.80 points (-0.42 percent) during the session to reach 188.49 point
Property and banking stocks led Dubai to a fourth consecutive lower close yesterday, as Dubai Financial Market made a takeover bid for its local rival. On a day of mixed markets in the region, Emirates NBD and Emaar Properties, two of Dubais main
Stock market operator Dubai Financial Market PJSC, or DFM, made an offer on Tuesday to buy rival Nasdaq Dubai for $121 million to expand its asset class offering and raise ?additional revenue. The offer to acquire 100 per cent of Nasdaq Dubai co
Saudi Arabias Tadawul All Share Index (Tasi) fell by 0.37% to 6,229, with 94 of the 134 traded stocks rising, and 19 falling. Saudi Arabian Mining Company had the days biggest loss, down 2.70% to SR18.05.
Dubai Financial Market (DFM) announced that it has made an offer to Borse Dubai and the NASDAQ OMX Group (NASDAQ OMX) enabling DFM to acquire 100 per cent of NASDAQ Dubai. The aim of this transaction is to widen DFMs asset classes for investors, to
The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange ended Tuesdays trading session with a gain of 23.5 points to register 7,095 points. Meanwhile, the weighted index dropped 1.93 points to read 390.58 points after 452 million shares valued at KD 59 million were
The Qatar Exchange was down Tuesday 27.41 points or 0.39% to 7,068.35 points from 7,095.76 Monday. The volume of shares traded rose to7,942,416 from 5,783,377 Monday, the value of shares was up to QR211,132,973.65 from QR155,712,368.30 Monday. Among t
The Dubai Financial Market general index fell 1.40% today to 1,803 as only two stocks rose while 18 finished lower and six remained unchanged. Al Madina Finance & Investment was the days big gainer, up 6.36% to Dhs 1.17. Dubai Financial Market, the o
The Abu Dhabi Securities Index nudged up 0.61% today to close on 2,744. All sectors ended higher except Health Care, which dipped 1.96%, and Industrial, which was unchanged. Overall, 19 stocks gained, four rose, and six remained unchanged.
Dubai Financial Market, which earlier on Tuesday said it made a $121 million bid for Nasdaq Dubai, gained 1.6 percent in early trading, helping to lift the main index. "It makes sense to integrate DFM as more of an international platform," said Ma