The Bulls – Bears war ended without any significant change at Qatar Exchange during the first couple of hours trading on Wednesday 03rd April 2013. The index adding nominal 5.52 points or 0.06 percent reached just above the break – even line at
The QE Index continued pacing its way higher throughout the day to close today's (2nd April 2013) trading in the green territory at 8,549.12, achieving 0.56 percent or 48.16 points for the session. On Year-to-date basis, the index showed an increase of
The Qatar Exchange following a typical trough peak combination continued marching its way higher in the green zone during the first couple of hours trading on Tuesday 02nd April 2013. The index adding 35.11 points or 0.41 percent reached at 8,536.07.
Qatar Exchange (QE) Index gained 49.14 points or 0.58 percent during March 2013 compared to the previous month to close at 8,577.72 points. The trading value during March decreased by 9.47 percent to reach QR4.69bn compared to QR5.18 during Feb
The QE index spending the entire session below the break even line sustained its bearish moment for the second straight day i.e Monday 1st April 2013. The index dropping 76.76 points or 0.90 percent reached at 8,500.96 levels. Market Cap Indices end
The QE Index sustained its downward fall, spending the entire session below the break – even line it dropped further 0.85 percent during the first couple of hours trading on Monday 1st April 2013. The index trimming 72.79 points reached at 8,504.
The QE index spending most of the session below the break even line witnessed a bearish trend on its first trading day of the week i.e Sunday 31st March 2013. The index dropping 8.54 points or 0.10 percent reached at 8,577.72 levels. Market Cap In
The QE Index spending most of the session below the break – even line reached at 8,574.83 levels during the first couple of hours trading on Sunday 31st March 2013. The index dropped 11.43 points or 0.13 percent. QE sectors indices mostly turned red.
The Qatar Exchange (QE) Index declined by 19.34 points, or 0.22%, during the week, to close at 8,586.26 points. Market capitalisation rose by 0.24% to reach QR471.0 billion as compared to QR469.8 billion at the end of the previous week. Of the 42 l
Domestic institutions’ strong profit booking masked the buying interests of foreign institutions that the Qatar Exchange (QE) landed on the negative terrain in the week. Selling pressure was strong, especially in transport and telecom segments,