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Qatar Exchange

QE

-53.86 (-0.51%)  (24/07/2016)
  • Open
  • 10,534.4
  • High
  • 10,534.4
  • Low
  • 10,534.4
  • Close
  • 10,480.54
  • 52-week high
  • 11,972.3
  • 52-week low
  • 8,327.35
  • Volume
  • 2,185,813
  • 50-day average volume
  • 5,155,816
  • 1-month change
  • 6.48 %
  • 3-months change
  • 2.12 %
  • 12-month change
  • -12.00 %

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Qatari bourse index drops 30.66 points


Qatar Exchange (QE) index dropped 30.66 points, or 0.27 percent, yesterday when it closed at 11,503.66 points. The market capitalisation decreased to QR605,628bn from QR607.355bn registered on Monday. The daily turnover decreased to QR199,309m with a

Qatar stock index drops 122.95 points; market cap declines by QR6.47bn


Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index dropped 122.95 points, or 1.05 percent, on Monday when it closed at 11,534.32 points. The market cap decreased by QR6.47bn to QR607.36bn from QR613.83bn registered Sunday. The daily turnover decreased to QR263.14m with

QE index loses 1.65pc, other Gulf markets dip


Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index dropped 195.74 points, or 1.65 percent, yesterday when it closed at 11,657.27 points. The market capitalisation decreased to QR613.83bn from QR623.78bn registered on Thursday. The daily turnover decreased to QR265m with

FTSE upgrades Qatar’s emerging market status


FTSE Russel, the global leader in indexing, has upgraded Qatari market to Secondary Emerging Market. Following its September 2015 annual review, FTSE announced Qatar will be promoted from Frontier to Secondary Emerging since the market meets the

QR25bn added to capitalisation on Qatar’s reiteration on continued spe


Qatar’s reiteration on continued spending and lessened geopolitical tensions on expected Iran nuclear deal augured well for the domestic bourse, which crossed the 11,850 mark and added QR25bn in capitalisation during the week. An across the board b

Qatari market nabs best gains in months


Qatari stocks recovered its lost ground in the past two sessions, after positive remarks from the government and market leaders. The market nabbed one of the best gains in months yesterday gaining 228.95 points, or 2 percent, to close at 11,659 po

Qatar bourse to attract more firms


Qatar Exchange (QE) is looking for more private companies to be enlisted on the bourse. It is also working to encourage family businesses, Chief Executive Officer Rashid Ali Al Mansoori said yesterday. Speaking at the Carnegie Mellon University Qa

Qatari bourse index drops 69.49 points


Qatar Exchange (QE) index dropped 69.49 points or 0.61 percent yesterday when it closed at 11,277.66 points. The market capitalisation declined QR595.83bn from QR598.91bn registered on Thursday. Indices of all sectors declined. The consumer goods and

QE gains 51.69 points past week, market cap increases to QR598bn


Qatar Exchange (QE) index gained 51.69 points, or 0.46 percent in the past week as the market finished at 11,347.15 points. The weekly turnover increased 1.51 percent to QR2.33bn compared to QR2.30bn in the previous week. The volume of shares trad

Global woes hit Qatar stocks for second month


Weighed by oil slump and China worries, Qatari stocks ended in red for the second consecutive month in August. Shares in telecom stocks crashed 12.66 percent in the past month. The benchmark index was down 1.88 percent on month-on-month; and 7.09

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