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Qatar Exchange


124.32 (1.11%)  (17/12/2014)
  • Open
  • 11,057.33
  • High
  • 11,242.33
  • Low
  • 11,003.28
  • Close
  • 11,181.65
  • 52-week high
  • 14,350.5
  • 52-week low
  • 10,314.87
  • Volume
  • 14,078,190
  • 50-day average volume
  • 13,435,650
  • 1-month change
  • -18.75 %
  • 3-months change
  • -21.06 %
  • 12-month change
  • 6.81 %

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QSE eyes 13,200 mark amid robust local and foreign buying support

Robust buying support from both domestic and foreign institutions yesterday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange comfortably surpass the 13,000 level and inch near the 13,200 mark. Telecom and industrials stocks witnessed higher buying pressure as the

QE index closes marginally lower

Doha: Qatar Stock Exchange index dipped marginally by 11.81 points when it closed at 12,865.50 points yesterday. The traded value was down to QR493.32bn from QR812.82bn registered on July 24, the last day of trading before the Eid holidays. The volume

Qatar stocks decline ahead of long holidays

Qatar bourse’s main index declined 0.58 percent yesterday before the market closed for four-day Eid Al Fitr holidays. After long holiday weekend, trading will resume on August 3. Telecoms and Consumer sectors made marginal gains, while all other

Key index loses 331.83 points; market cap falls 2.97%

Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) Index lost 331.83 points, or 2.5%, during the trading week, to close at 12,952.82 points on Thursday. According to QNB Financial Services (QNBFS), market capitalisation decreased by 2.97% to reach QR693.1bn as compared to

Technical analysis of the QSE index

The QSE Index extended its rally for the third straight week and ended gaining around 365 points to close near the 13,300.0 psychological level. The index made a weak start to the week, but gained momentum in the remaining trading sessions as it rose i

Earnings optimism aids Qatar market

Dubai’s bourse continued to lead the region up yesterday, even though builder Arabtec slowed its advance, while Nakilat in Qatar jumped on strong second-quarter results. The Dubai index added 1.9 percent. Qatar’s benchmark rose 0.6 percent. Nakilat, o

Qatar Exchange index gains 108.7 points

Qatar Exchange index gained 108.7 points, or 0.84 percent, when trading closed at 19,990.4 points yesterday. The traded value increased to QR536,142,947.38 with a volume of 12,065,003 shares from 6,354 transactions. 21 companies made gains, 15 went d

QFMA probes 25 cases of trading violations

The Qatar Financial Markets Authority (QFMA) launched a series of investigations into the alleged cases of violations by the market players in Qatar, last year. The market supervisory body conducted 16 inspections at various organisations, including

Technical analysis of the QSE index

The QSE Index continued its northward journey for the second consecutive week and registered strong gains of around 543 points to close above the 12,900.0 mark. The index started the week on a weak note, but witnessed a remarkable rally during the

QE rebounds, banks help extend rally

Banking stocks helped Qatar Exchange (QE) extend rally to fourth straight session and lifted the benchmark index close to the 13,000 mark, highest levels in two months. The bourse’s main index gained 1.59 percent and closed at 12,919.63 points,

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