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-4.76 (-0.12%)  (21/05/2015)
  • Open
  • 3,980.3
  • High
  • 3,980.3
  • Low
  • 3,975.54
  • Close
  • 3,975.54
  • 52-week high
  • 4,760.98
  • 52-week low
  • 3,530.51
  • Volume
  • 1,517,064
  • 50-day average volume
  • 10,502,180
  • 1-month change
  • 1.58 %
  • 3-months change
  • -1.65 %
  • 12-month change
  • -7.99 %

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QSE index gains 65 points on strong realty and insurance


Qatar Stock Exchange added 65 points to its main index, after remaining under bearish spell for the previous two days, on the back of strong buying interests in real estate and insurance stocks. Buying support from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)

QSE under bearish spell for the second day


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Realty, telecom and transport pulls down QSE


Snapping three days of bullish run, Qatar Stock Exchange lost 68 points to settle below the 12,500 mark, mainly pulled down by realty, telecom and transport stocks. Increased net selling by local retail investors and bearish outlook of Gulf Co

QSE stay strong for three consecutive days


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Foreign institutions propel QSE above 12,500 level


The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which is awaiting final clearance from the regulator for the launch of exchange traded funds, outperformed the other Gulf bourses to settle above the 12,500 mark with attractive valuations turning foreign insti

Insurance, realty stocks lift QSE to surpass 12,500


Powered by insurance and real estate stocks, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday added another 149 points to surpass the 12,500 levels. Stronger buying interests in the mid and small cap segments helped the 20-stock Qatar Index surge 1.2% to 12

Strong buying propels QSE to gain 117 points


Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday gained a robust 117 points to inch near the 12,400 levels mainly on substantial buying interests from foreign and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) institutions. Stronger buying in real estate and insurance led the

QSE awaiting regulatory nod to launch 3 live ETFs


The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) yesterday said it is ready to launch three live exchange-traded funds (ETFs) any time but awaiting final clearance from the regulator. “QSE offers a platform for ETFs and is working on three live projects. However, we ar

‘Rules integration a must to keep QSE edge’


Regulatory integration and harmonisation is the need of the hour for the emerging market Qatar to create competitive investment climate in view of the challenges being faced by the financial sector and asset management in the country, according to Do

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