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Muscat Securities Market

Industrial

-36.09 (-0.46%)  (23/02/2017)
  • Open
  • 7,939.54
  • High
  • 7,939.54
  • Low
  • 7,903.39
  • Close
  • 7,903.45
  • 52-week high
  • 8,245.93
  • 52-week low
  • 6,510.85
  • Volume
  • 1,123,284
  • 50-day average volume
  • 17,650,960
  • 1-month change
  • 4.37 %
  • 3-months change
  • 9.85 %
  • 12-month change
  • 19.02 %

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Omani fund boosts buying of local stocks


Oman's State General Reserve Fund (SGRF) has boosted its buying of shares in the local stock market as prices have slid to attractive levels, the fund's executive president said. The Muscat Securities Market's main index is down 20 per cent from its

Oman shares rebound, up by 5.52 per cent


The rebound in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) equity markets continued and the MSM30 index surged by 5.52 per cent to close at 5,998.27 points. MSM Sharia index closed at 930.60 points, up by 3.38 per cent. Gulf Investment Services was the most active

Oman sovereign fund boosts buying of local stocks


Oman's State General Reserve Fund (SGRF) has boosted its buying of shares in the local stock market as prices have slid to attractive levels, the fund's executive president said. The Muscat Securities Market's (MSM) main index is down 20 per cent fro

Oman stocks recover after long losing streak


MSM 30 Index closed with gains at 5,482.63 points, up by 1.35 per cent. MSM Shariah Index also increased by 1.23 per cent to close at 878.27 points. Gulf Investment Services was the most active in terms of volume while Omantel was the most active in

Aafaq wins ‘Best Finance Company’ category


Aafaq Islamic Finance has been awarded as the ‘Best Finance Company’ category during this year’s edition of CPI Financial’s Islamic Business and Finance awards, which was held last (Date) at the (Venue). The award was given in recognition of the

Muscat, regional bourses continue slide


Muscat Securities Market (MSM) continued its slide, along with other Gulf bourses, after oil prices and global equities extended their slump. Both local and foreign investors continued selling on the bourse, when they realised that oil dropped below $

Muscat Securities Market revises Shari’ah index


The Muscat Securities Market (MSM) revised the constituents of its Shari’ah index, reducing the number of constituents from 32 to 30 listed companies in compliance with the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (

MSM logs 11.7% weekly fall over oil price slide


Oil price decline saw the Muscat Securities Market (MSM) index nosedive by 11.7 per cent during the week ended Thursday. The MSM30 index closed at 5,807.55 points, or 769.44 points, down from its closure of 6,576.99 during the week ended December 4.

Oman shares continue to slide


Sustained weakness in crude prices continues to drive down Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) markets. The MSM 30 extended its run of losses to end trading session at 5,623.65 points, down by 3.17 per cent. MSM Shariah Index also closed below 900 points at

Oman shares continue to fall


Weighed down by continued woes in the industrial sector, the MSM 30 declined by 0.71 per cent to close at 6,059.10 points. MSM Shariah Index also closed lower at 938.96 points, down by 1.40 per cent Al Suwadi Power was the most active in terms of

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