The Qatar Stock Exchange was on a slippery path for the sixth day on Wednesday, losing 261 points in key barometer and about QR15bn in capitalisation as global crude prices touched a six-year low. The bourse, which saw more than 92% of the stocks in t
Low oil prices are not expected to trigger government spending cuts in the GCC region, which has “gross public external assets” estimated at about $2.2tn, a new report has shown. “The GCC countries are much better positioned to cope with a slump in oi
The global oil price volatility-led bearish run in the Qatar Stock Exchange continued for the fifth consecutive day and the main index settled below the 11,700 mark on Tuesday. Selling pressure – especially in the banks, consumer goods and ind
Weakened crude in the global market slipped the Qatar Stock Exchange into a fourth straight session of losses with about 95% of the stocks in the red as foreign institutions were seen increasingly profit takers. An across the board selling, p
The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed a slight depressed earnings season in 2014 with the cumulative net profitability of the listed companies slowing down vis-à-vis previous year. The cumulative net profit of 42-listed companies (excluding Vodafone Qa
The QSE Index fell yet another week, accompanied by low traded volumes. It closed at the 12,080.66 level and lost 0.48% from the week before. Technical indicators are flattening down, caused by the marginal drop experienced throughout the week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index declined by 58.76 points, or 0.48%, during the week, to close at 12,080.66. Market capitalisation fell by 0.54% to reach QR656.9bn compared to QR660.5bn at the end of the previous week. Of the 43 listed companies, 1
Qatar Stock Exchange continued to be under bearish spell on Thursday with its key index retreating below 12,100 levels. Telecom and industrials counters witnessed the maximum selling pressure as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) shed 0.
The Qatar Stock Exchange is considering selling shares in an initial public offering and held talks with its shareholder Qatar Holding about the sale, according to chief executive officer Rashid bin Ali al-Mansoori. “The discussion is there yes, but
An across-the-board selling, particularly in the telecom stocks, on Wednesday snapped four days of bullish momentum on the Qatar Stock Exchange. Domestic institutions’ increased net buying notwithstanding, the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price da