The trading session at Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended on Thursday with all three main indices in red.
The price index came to 6,193.82 points upon losing 47.6 points, and the weighted index came to 404.7 points shedding 3.78 points, while the KSX 15 index came to 969.4 points on a loss of 9.52 points.
There were 4,786 trades till end of business, worth 25,281,454.445 Kuwaiti dinars and with 313,270,329 shares changing hands.
A total of 13 sector indices closed in red, while only two were in green, with the Market IXP as top loser with 47.6, and Parallel Market IXP as top gainer with 4.42 points.
Top gainer of the day was Kuwait Gypsum Manufacturing and Trading CO, while top loser was Kuwait and Middle East Fin. Inv. Co. KSCC.
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