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Muscat Securities Market


11.95 (0.16%)  (25/08/2016)
  • Open
  • 7,579.65
  • High
  • 7,597.92
  • Low
  • 7,579.85
  • Close
  • 7,591.6
  • 52-week high
  • 8,245.93
  • 52-week low
  • 6,379.2
  • Volume
  • 1,114,262
  • 50-day average volume
  • 15,336,150
  • 1-month change
  • 2.58 %
  • 3-months change
  • 3.75 %
  • 12-month change
  • 1.04 %

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MSM resists oil pull-back, gains on buying support

Unlike its peers elsewhere in the Gulf, the Muscat Securities Market staged a positive rally last week on the back of strong buying support from investors. “Renewed optimism was visible throughout the week, although some investors disengaged con

Local buying support aids market recovery

Sustained local interest in financial stocks propped the MSM 30 Index, which surged 1.06 per cent to end at 5,487.82 points. The MSM Sharia Index gained 0.77 per cent to close at 843.95 points. Bank Nizwa was the most active in terms of volume while

MSM to start receiving applications for the Financial Analysis Challen

Muscat Securities Market began to receive applications from all college and universities students in Oman, who wish to participate in the FAC Competition. The competition is organised by the Muscat Securities Market in collaboration with the Sultan

Banking stocks lift Muscat index

A surge in heavyweight banking stocks drove the MSM 30 index higher by one per cent to close at 5,430.11 points. The MSM Sharia Index ended at 837.48 points, down 0.10 per cent. Bank Muscat was the most active in terms of volume and turnover. Up 5.43

MSM sentiment up after oil surge

After opening on a dismal note on the beginning of trading on last Sunday, the Muscat Securities Market made substantial gains towards the end of the week following a surge in oil prices. Oil hit a new 2016 high on Friday, after a triple-whammy boo

MSM drops again as selling pressure grips financials

Along with regional markets, the Muscat Securities Market witnessed a dismal performance last week. Heavy selling was witnessed in the financials pulling the benchmark MSM30 Index down to at 5,290.74 points. While foreign and GCC investors emerged as

Oman’s share index falls on aggressive selling by foreigners

Aggressive selling by foreigners in banking stocks and regional selling in telecom sector pushed down the MSM30 Index to 5,363.22 points, down 0.61 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index declined 0.28 per cent to close at 832.21 points. Bank Muscat was the

MSM firms maintain dividend payments

Unlike their peers in the region, companies listed on the Muscat Securities Market are maintaining dividend pay-outs either at par with or above last year’s level. So far, 21 companies in the MSM30 Index companies have announced dividends showing a y

Oman bourse cuts free-floating days of newly listed stocks

Muscat bourse on Monday said that the exchange has decided to reduce the number of free floating days for newly listed shares to one day from three days earlier. The normal share trading, which is subject to a circuit breaker (which is a safety net) of

Local buying, results help Oman stocks move up in February

Muscat Securities Market (MSM) rose 215 points in February 2016, on the back of partial oil price recovery, improvement in global stock markets and improvement in the financial results of many listed companies in line with analysts' expectations. The

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