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Qatar Exchange

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-11.81 (-0.26%)  (01/09/2014)
  • Open
  • 4,559.95
  • High
  • 4,578.58
  • Low
  • 4,517.65
  • Close
  • 4,548.14
  • 52-week high
  • 4,695.2
  • 52-week low
  • 2,908.36
  • Volume
  • 736,404
  • 50-day average volume
  • 15,908,560
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  • 6.92 %
  • 3-months change
  • 1.70 %
  • 12-month change
  • 46.63 %

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Robust buying interests, especially in telecom and transport stocks, yesterday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange, a day after reporting a huge plunge. Both local retail and institutional investors turned bullish to drive the 20-stock Qatar Index (based o

QE index dropped 333.04 points last week


Qatari stocks fell last week with the main index of Qatar Exchange (QE) dropping 333.04 points to 13,443.16 points yesterday, the last day of trading in the week. The drop was 2.42 percent. The trading value, however, rose 11.59 percent to QR4.86bn as

QSE index knocks off 3.09% on severe profit-booking


Severe profit-booking yesterday gripped the Qatar Stock Exchange, which led to a huge 428 points plunge and a whopping QR17bn in capitalisation being wiped off. Net selling pressure from local retail and institutions led the 20-stock Qatar Index (b

QSE fails to break 14,000 resistance level


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday failed to break the 14,000 resistance amid profit-booking, especially in the transport, real estate, consumer goods and banking stocks. Local retail investors’ selling pressure rather drove the 20-stock Qatar Index

Qatar shares inch near 14,000, led by telecom, banking stocks


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday inched near the 14,000 mark, mainly supported by telecom and banking stocks. Foreign institutions’ buying support rather lifted the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) by 0.29% to touch a new all-time high of

Qatar listed firms’ profits beat forecast


Qatar’s listed companies recorded better-than-expected profits during the second quarter of 2014 (Q2, 14), but saw a nince percent year-on-year (YoY) fall. The SICO Investment Bank in its ‘GCC Equities - Q2, 14 snapshot’ issued yesterday noted Qata

Insurance, banking, industrial stocks lift QSE to all-time high


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday gained a whopping 112 points to touch an all-time high, mainly lifted by insurance, banking and industrials stocks. Buying support from institutional investors helped the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) g

Qatar bourse edges down on industry, realty and consumer goods shares


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday opened the week weak, mainly dragged by industrials, realty and consumer goods stocks. Local institutions and retail investors turned net sellers as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) fell 0.16% to

QNB Weekly Market Report


The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) Index gained 270.94 points, or 2.01%, during the week, to close at 13,776.20 points. Market capitalisation increased by 1.0% to reach QR730.2bn compared to QR723.2bn at the end of the previous week. Of the 43 listed

Qatar Shares Climb to Record Led by Banks Amid MSCI Inflow Bets


Qatari stocks closed at a record high as local institutional investors bought shares amid speculation a weighting increase by index provider MSCI Inc. will attract new cash to the bourse. The benchmark QE Index rose 0.7 percent to 13,776.19, the

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