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Qatar Exchange


14.02 (0.44%)  (27/09/2016)
  • Open
  • 3,149.75
  • High
  • 3,183.31
  • Low
  • 3,141.74
  • Close
  • 3,163.77
  • 52-week high
  • 3,589.88
  • 52-week low
  • 2,496.79
  • Volume
  • 2,331,326
  • 50-day average volume
  • 7,356,594
  • 1-month change
  • -5.33 %
  • 3-months change
  • 4.56 %
  • 12-month change
  • -6.21 %

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QFMA receives 11 acquisition requests

Qatar Financial Market Authority (QFMA) has revealed that it received 11 requests for acquisitions and also said several violation cases were referred to its investigation committee. In its annual report for 2015, the financial watchdog said it

Technical analysis of the QSE index

After a 3.6% drop through the week, the Qatar Index managed to reduce its losses to only 1.15% versus the week before and it closed at the 10,412.50 level. That created a possible reversing candlestick upward. The index needs to break above the 10,

Qatar rises on passive fund flows, other Gulf bourses weak

Qatar's equity index climbed in early trade on Tuesday as passive funds flowed into shares now included in FTSE's secondary emerging market index, while other Gulf benchmarks pulled back. Doha's index rose 1.5 percent, recouping some of the 4.0 pe

Qatar bourse gains after FTSE inclusion

Qatar’s equity index climbed yesterday as passive funds flowed into shares now included in FTSE’s secondary emerging market index while other Gulf markets sagged. Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index gained 103.75 points, or 1.02 percent, when the bour

Qatar bourse pulls back ahead of FTSE inclusion

Stock markets in the Gulf diverged in early trade on Monday, with Qatar’s index pulling back ahead of the inclusion of some companies in FTSE’s secondary emerging market index, while Dubai advanced as global risk sentiment improved. Qatar’s index

Qatar plans to create its own ‘Wall Street’

Qatar plans to establish its own version of New York's "Wall Street" financial district, a senior official said Monday, as the emirate seeks to cut its reliance on oil and gas. Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida, head of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), said

QSE remains over-valued despite recent FTSE-led rally, says Credit Sui

The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which has enjoyed a strong rally over the past two months, has higher valuation, according to Credit Suisse, a leading global financial services company. Factoring that dividend yields, which have been the lowest in Q

Qatar’s equity valuations remain on higher side

With more positive outlook on oil prices, technicals improving, and earnings forecasts stabilising, better performance are ahead for Gulf equities. A quick glance at the year-to-date performance by region shows that the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC

Technical analysis of the QSE index

The QSE index continued its corrective path and lost another 2.78%; it closed at 10,534.10 versus the week before. As expected last week, the bearishness on the Index continued but may face some support around our expected support of 10,500. Our

Gulf bourses fall as oil rebound slows

Stock markets in the Gulf declined yesterday as some investors stayed away ahead of market closures next week for Eid al-Adha holidays, and after recent gains in oil prices faded. Riyadh’s main index retreated 0.8% in the lowest trading volume this y

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