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Kuwait Stock Exchange

KSE

-41.33 (-0.62%)  (25/05/2017)
  • Open
  • 6,728.86
  • High
  • 6,780.76
  • Low
  • 6,644.26
  • Close
  • 6,687.53
  • 52-week high
  • 7,091.46
  • 52-week low
  • 5,263.85
  • Volume
  • 102,726,100
  • 50-day average volume
  • 238,146,300
  • 1-month change
  • -2.10 %
  • 3-months change
  • -1.38 %
  • 12-month change
  • 24.58 %

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Kuwait index winds up in red; volume shrinks –Jazeera Airways drops 25


Kuwait stocks swung into red on Tuesday snapping the two-day gains. The bourse, after a tame start, shed 29.67 pts to close at 6,744.67 points amid profit taking. The trading meanwhile turned anemic as the Ramadan draws close. The KSX 15 benchmark ro

Kuwait bourse swings higher in anemic trade – Americana soars 200 fils


Kuwait stocks swung higher on Sunday as it kicked off the week on a firm note. The price index climbed 34.38 points in volatile trade to 6,760.16 pts helped by select shares even as the volume turned markedly anemic ahead of Ramadan. The KSX 15

Kuwait stock index ends higher as volume ‘soars’–Americana jumps 60fil


Kuwait stocks eked modest gains on Tuesday, extending last session’s rebound. The price index rose 19.05 pts in choppy trade to 6,725.3 points even as the broader sentiment remained fickle on absence of strong drivers. The KSX 15 gauge fell 1.56 pts to

Kuwait gains in choppy trade; volume rebounds – NAPESCO jumps 60 fils;


Kuwait stocks swung higher on Monday after hitting a shallow trough in the previous session. The price index bounced 47.41 pts in choppy trade to 6706.25 points helped by renewed buying in select counters even as the heavyweights remained largely

Kuwait index kicks off week on sluggish note – Americana gains 20 fils


Kuwait stocks sagged on Sunday as it kicked off the week on sluggish note. The price index slipped 11.63 pts in volatile trade to 6658.84 pts tracking the weak regional peers. Some of the heavyweights shone even as the broader sentiment remained mi

Kuwait bourse swings higher as volume dips – NBK gains 20 fils;


Kuwait stocks rebounded on Monday following the plunge in the previous session. The bourse gained 62.9 points in choppy session to 6,627.57 points amid bargain buying in select counters even as investors kept a wary eye on the oil prices. The KSX 15

Kuwait bourse extends loss in volatile session–UPAC dives 100;NBK flat


Kuwait stocks pulled lower on Tuesday as it extended its losses to third consecutive day. The bourse dropped 33.66 pts in volatile trade to 6,759.4 pts even as weakening oil prices weighed on the sentiment. The banks and other heavyweights however

Kuwait stocks kick off month with downswing – NBK falls 10 fils;


Kuwait stocks swung lower on Monday to kick off the month on a dour note. The bourse, after trading sideways for most part of the session, slid 49.95 pts to 6,793.06 points as sentiment turned dour. Some of the middle caps however shone on bargain

Boursa Kuwait marks first year of record achievements


Boursa Kuwait successfully concluded its first year since it assumed responsibility of Kuwait’s stock market, marking the start of a new era for the Kuwaiti exchange. During this time, Boursa Kuwait put forward a series of achievements in record tim

Boursa Kuwait holds first Investor Relations workshop


Building on its recent partnership with the Middle East Investor Relations Association (MEIRA), Boursa Kuwait held its first Investor Relations (IR) workshop, catered to listed companies and brokerage firms, in collaboration with MEIRA and Zain Gro

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