Profit takers who aimed to cash in on the DFM General Index's strong first quarter performance sent the gauge down 2.04% to close at 1,648.87 points Thursday. Since January 1, the measure advanced 21.92%. Emaar Properties slipped 1.94%, like a total of 22 declining shares, while seven stocks advanced. Tabreed, which tripled in value in Q1, closed unchanged. Trading volumes declined as some 167.6m shares were traded, valued at Dhs229.3m.
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