Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) closed Tuesday's trading session with green indices across its board, after a red start. The KSX 15 index gained 1.5 points to read 980.3 points. The price index, meanwhile, was at 5,853.08 points; an increase of 10.89 points and the weighted index went up 0.99 points to 404.32 points. Trades came 3,298 to transactions, worth 11,874,767.187 Kuwaiti dinars and volume reached 147,592,956 shares. Top share for the day was that of Warba Insurance Company. The biggest loser was the City Group Company. Top volume stock, meanwhile, was that of Gulf Finance House.
Majority of the KSE board indices were green.
Kuwait Stock Exchange started trading on Tuesday with red indices across its board. The price index read 5,834.03 points, a down of 8.16 points by 9:35 a.m. The weighted index read 402.08 points, a loss of 1.25 points, and the KSX 15 index showed a drop of 4.72 points at 974.08 points. Trades came to 585 transactions by that time, worth KD 2,616,760.042, with 25,899,848 shares changing hands so far.
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