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.
Renault Saudi launches 2015 Duster
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