Kuwait bourse mixed upon closing


14/03/2012 08:36 AST  KUNA

Main indexes of the national stock market, Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE), were mixed upon closing Tuesday's session.

Price index lost 1.6 points, dropping to the level of 6,148.6. However, the weighted index gained 0.21 points, settling at 415.3 points. Number of trades has amounted to 6,297, value of exchanged stocks reached 45,153,760 Kuwaiti dinars and volume of the dealt-in stocks stood at 569,152,500.

Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) price index dropped 1.9 points, reaching 6,148.3 points at 9:19 a.m. on Tuesday, while the weighted index gained 0.1 points to read 415.19 points. As many as 75,807,500 shares, worth KD 5,553,260, changed hands in 835 deals.

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