Market Cap Indices Turn Green at Qatar Exchange


07/02/2014 15:00 AST

The QE Index advanced to reach at 11,192.21 levels on Thursday 6th Feb 2014, achieving 0.51 percent or 57.51 points for the session.

Market Cap indices ended the day in the green area.

Telecom and Bank & Financial Services sectors were the best performing sectors of the day, surging 1.45 percent and 1.32 percent respectively.

Masraf Al Rayan appeared at top among big players, rising by 3.56 percent. The company has also been able to top the chart of most active stocks by capturing 24.67 percent of the overall market volume.

Commercial Bank of Qatar and Qatar Islamic Bank advanced 1.96 percent and 1.85 percent respectively.

The market breadth was strongly positive with 24 issues witnessing advances against 14 declining issues.

Al Ahli Bank turned in a splendid performance among all Qatari stocks, soaring up 5.64 percent to close the day at QR 65.5.

Islamic Holding Group led the chart of losers’, dropping 2.16 percent.

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