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Qatar Exchange

QE

77.80 (0.80%)  (08/02/2016)
  • Open
  • 9,620.57
  • High
  • 9,722.64
  • Low
  • 9,614.37
  • Close
  • 9,698.37
  • 52-week high
  • 12,800.03
  • 52-week low
  • 8,327.35
  • Volume
  • 10,372,680
  • 50-day average volume
  • 7,689,888
  • 1-month change
  • 0.25 %
  • 3-months change
  • -13.57 %
  • 12-month change
  • -23.17 %

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Qatar share index back in the negative terrain


Qatar Stock Exchange was back in the negative trajectory on Wednesday and its key index settled below the 11,900 mark, apparently taking cue from the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics’ cut in growth estimates for this year. Selling

Buying support halts Qatar shares' bearish run


An across-the-board buying – especially in the consumer goods, real estate, industrials and insurance – on Tuesday reversed three days of bearish trend in Qatar Stock Exchange. Buying support from local and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) retail

QSE stocks ‘still expensive’ than GCC peers, says MDPS


Equities listed on the Qatar Stock Exchange’s (QSE) are “still expensive” compared with other regional bourses, the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics (MDPS) has said. As of end-April this year, the QSE’s price-to-book ratio stood at 1.9

Qatar share index falls further amid intense selling


Selling pressure – especially in the insurance, real estate and telecom stocks – on Monday extended the bearish run in the Qatar Stock Exchange for the third day. Local retail investors turned bearish and domestic institutions’ buying substa

Qatar shares drop 110 points to settle below 12,000


Increased selling pressure from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) institutions and substantially lower buying interests of domestic institutions led the Qatar Stock Exchange drop 110 points to settle below the 12,000 mark on Sunday. Stronger

Qatar Exchange: Weekly Market Report


The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) Index gained 190.18 points, or 1.60%, during the week, to close at 12,092.25. Market capitalisation increased by 1.75% to reach QR644.87bn compared to QR633.78bn at the end of the previous week. Of the 43 listed c

The week sees QSE performing best


Domestic institutions instilled confidence in the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which gained more than 190 points during the week, making it the best performer in the Gulf region, amid overseas news reports on “uncertainties” regarding Qatar’s 2022 FIF

Qatar index tumbles to 6-week low


Qatar index fell more than 3 per cent, hitting its lowest level in six weeks, before ending flat after the unexpected resignation of Sepp Blatter as Fifa president. “We saw a reaction in the opening, but later you had some buyers to seize the

QE Index remains flat despite robust buying interests


Industrials and consumer goods stocks witnessed robust buying interests but overall Qatar Stock Exchange was largely flat Tuesday. Local and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) retail investors were seen marginally bullish in lifting the 20-stock Qatar I

QSE and Commercial Bank hold joint workshop on SMEs


Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) and Commercial Bank have held a joint workshop for SMEs about opportunities to list on the Qatar Exchange Venture Market (QEVM) at the Bank’s D-Ring Road branch. The workshop, attended by Mr. Rashid Bin Ali Al Mansoori, CEO o

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