KSE index starts day trading in green


31/01/2011 00:00 AST  KUNA

The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) was up 9.9 points to 6,831.9 points by 9:20 a.m. Monday, while the weighted index increased 0.15 points to 478.68 points.

The session saw 787 trades so far at KD 5 million, involving 76.7 million shares.

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