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Kuwait Stock Exchange

KSE

-43.70 (-0.65%)  (01/03/2017)
  • Open
  • 6,783.43
  • High
  • 6,809.97
  • Low
  • 6,668.87
  • Close
  • 6,739.73
  • 52-week high
  • 6,980.12
  • 52-week low
  • 5,178.3
  • Volume
  • 294,596,900
  • 50-day average volume
  • 488,288,300
  • 1-month change
  • -1.58 %
  • 3-months change
  • 21.02 %
  • 12-month change
  • 28.73 %

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Kuwait bourse heads south; volume shrinks – Commercial Bank drops 25


Kuwait stocks sagged on Monday as it kicked off the week after the national holidays. The price index, after a tame start, dropped 28.94 points to 6,780.84 pts amid a moderate round of profit taking led by some of the banking and financial shares. The

Market continues bearish trend; volume dips


Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended last week in the red zone. The Price Index closed at 6,809.78 points, down by 0.22% from the week before closing, the Weighted Index decreased by 0.38% after closing at 427.14 points, whereas the KSX-15 Index closed at

Kuwait bourse climbs 94.52 pts; volume up – CBK gains 25 fils;


Kuwait stocks swung sharply higher on Tuesday extending the gains to third straight session. The bourse, after a tame start, rallied 94.52 pts to 6,751.37 points amid brisk buying led by banks and other heavyweights. The KSX 15 benchmark climbed 11

Kuwait notches modest ‘gains’ in volatile trade – Zain drops 15 fils;


Kuwait stocks eked modest gains on Monday helped by fresh buying in select counters. The price index climbed 19.55 pts in volatile trade to 6,656.85 points even as the board remained broadly mixed. The banks were muted while other heavyweights clos

Kuwait index rebounds 54.55 pts; volume drops–Mabanee Co gains 20 fils


Kuwait stocks headed north on Sunday as it kicked off the week on a firm note. The bourse swung 54.55 pts higher to 6,637.3 points helped by fresh buying in select counters even as the banks remained subdued. The KSX 15 benchmark dropped 5.78 pts to

Market posts losses for 2nd week in a row


Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended last week in the red zone. The Price Index closed at 6,582.75 points, down by 3.81% from the week before closing, the Weighted Index decreased by 1.19% after closing at 420.28 points, whereas the KSX-15 Index closed at

Kuwait bourse closes week with downswing – Agility dives 50 fils;


Kuwait stocks headed south on Thursday to wind up the week on a sour note. The price index slid 72.78 pts in volatile session to 6582.78 points on broad profit taking led by banks and real estate shares. The KSX 15 benchmark dropped 16.98 pts to 9

Kuwait bourse plunges on heavy profit-taking – KFH falls 10 fils;


Kuwait stocks sank on Tuesday after posting modest gains in the day before. The main index dived 118.68 pts to 6583.05 points on renewed bout of profit taking following recent bull run. The small and mid-caps counters weighed whereas the heav

Kuwait pencils modest gains in volatile trade – Commercial Bank jumps


Kuwait stocks staged a modest rebound on Monday after falling sharply in the last session. The price index rose 14.81 points in volatile trade to 6,701.73 pts helped by renewed buying in some of the heavyweights led by banks. The KSX 15 benchmark j

Kuwait bourse tumbles on ‘broad’ profit-taking–Al Ahli Bank drops 15Fi


Kuwait stocks swung sharply lower on Sunday after losing some steam during last week. The price index tumbled 156.61 pt to 6686.92 points amid broad profit taking led by banks and real estate shares. The KSX 15 benchmark fell 4.18 points to 966.22 pts

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