KSE price index ends action in green


31/01/2011 00:00 AST  KUNA

The price index of Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended trading on Monday with an increase of 37.2 points to 6,85902 points, while the weighted index increased 2.4 points to 480.93 points.

Trades came to 4,188 transactions, worth about KD 33 million, and volume was at 287 million shares upon closing.

Six out of the eight sector indices were green and two were red.

The biggest gainer was the services sector that hiked 70.2 points, and the biggest loser was the banking sector which decreased 53.1 points.

The leading high share was the stock of First Takaful Insurance Company.

Meanwhile, the biggest loss was suffered by Flex Resorts and Real Estate Company.

The most traded share was that of Investors Holding Group Company.

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