QSE’s main index drops 2.81 points


08/08/2017 05:56 AST

Qatar Stock Exchange’s (QSE) main index dropped marginally 2.81 points, or 0.03 percent yesterday when the bourse closed trading at 9,342.56 points.

The volume of shares traded increased to 8.43 million from 4.72 million on Sunday and the value of shares increased to QR213.17m from QR133.20m on Sunday.

Out of the 44 companies listed on QSE, shares of 38 saw trading yesterday. Of these, 16 companies gained; 20 closed lower, and two remained unchanged, reports QNA. Indices of five sectors ended in green and remained two sectors ended in red today. QSE Total Return Index lost 0.03 to 15,666.91 points.

QSE Al Rayan Islamic Index declined 0.03 percent to 3.735.47 points and QSE All Share Index added 0.12 percent to 2,666.13 points. 0

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