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Qatar Exchange

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56.87 (1.26%)  (23/10/2014)
  • Open
  • 4,440.29
  • High
  • 4,501.26
  • Low
  • 4,412.61
  • Close
  • 4,497.16
  • 52-week high
  • 4,760.98
  • 52-week low
  • 3,093.58
  • Volume
  • 1,246,281
  • 50-day average volume
  • 15,342,470
  • 1-month change
  • -3.45 %
  • 3-months change
  • 3.52 %
  • 12-month change
  • 44.57 %

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Qatar stocks extend gains as index rises nearly 1%


Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday edged past the 13,000 level, mainly on the back of buying support from insurance, industrials, consumer goods and banking stocks. Domestic institutions and non-Qatari retail investors continued to be net buyers but with

Qatar bourse rebounds as index surges 1.59%


Reversing the strong bearish spell of the previous two days, Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday opened the week on a stronger note, aided by foreign institutions’ buying support. About 79% of the stocks returned gains and as much QR11bn in capitalisation

Technical analysis of the QSE index


The QSE Index declined around 44 points and drifted lower for the second consecutive week. The index failed to make any further headway above 13,900.0 and retreated, as the bulls were unable to push through. However, the index managed to stay above th

Key index sheds over 6% on foreign institutions’ selling


Reflecting the nervousness in the global markets, Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed more than 93% of the listed stocks in the red and capitalisation erode about QR44bn during the week. Foreign institutions net sold about QR400mn worth securities to drag

QSE snaps 2-day winning run amid foreign profit-booking


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday snapped a two-day bull run, losing 182 points to settle below the 13,400 mark as more than 91% of the listed stocks ended in the red. Foreign institutions’ profit-booking led the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on pric

Qatar Stock Exchange sustains its bull run


Buying interest, especially at the banking and telecom counters, helped the Qatar Stock Exchange sustain the bullish run for the second day yesterday as its key index breached the 13,500 mark. Foreign institutions’ hunt for equities led the 20-st

‘QSE may have more liquidity providers’


Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which is racing ahead to expand the investment universe for investors, is expected to see more liquidity providers (LPs), a move that ought to enhance the liquidity in the market and better price discovery. “Discussions are

SMS, SHB ink SR121.5m finance deal


SPECIALIZED Marine Services Company (SMS), a joint venture between Ports Development Company and National Port Services, signed a murabaha and ijara financial loan agreement totaling SR121.5 million with Saudi Hollandi Bank. Aquilino Cornelio, Acti

Qatar bourse to review index model


The Qatar Exchange (QE) will review its existing index methodology applied to QE indices. In case the bourse decides to restructure the existing index, details will be published next month and the changes will be effective from January 1, 2015. Ahead o

Qatar shares bounce back on telecom, realty support


An across-the-board buying, particularly in telecom and real estate stocks, yesterday strengthened the Qatari bourse, but its key index remained below the 13,500 mark. Local retail investors continued to be bullish as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on

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