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Qatar Exchange

QE

-266.19 (-1.98%)  (25/11/2014)
  • Open
  • 13,690.02
  • High
  • 13,730.78
  • Low
  • 13,423.83
  • Close
  • 13,423.83
  • 52-week high
  • 14,350.5
  • 52-week low
  • 10,245.95
  • Volume
  • 31,110,510
  • 50-day average volume
  • 13,840,350
  • 1-month change
  • -0.89 %
  • 3-months change
  • -3.19 %
  • 12-month change
  • 29.81 %

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Qatar bourse sees meltdown on foreign institutional selloff


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday witnessed a huge meltdown with its key index losing a whopping 223 points to settle a tad above 12,100 levels compared with positive sentiments across other Gulf bourses. Foreign institutions net sold QR127mn worth

QSE ends flat despite local buy support


The Qatar Stock Exchange largely remained flat on the opening day of the week yesterday despite net buying support from domestic institutions. Foreign institutions were seen considerably paring their exposure as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on pr

Technical analysis of the QSE index


The QSE Index breached its higher highs and higher lows pattern on the charts, as it fell in four of the five trading sessions. The index opened on a positive note on Thursday, but later fell in the day to close at 12,453.76, down 1.09%. The index lo

Qatar shares end below 12,500 mark as financial, telecom stocks weigh


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday witnessed heavy profit-booking, plunging 138 points to settle below the 12,500 mark, mainly dragged by banks and financial services as well as telecom stocks. Foreign institutions were seen intense in selling as the

QSE snaps 3-day bearish spell on foreign institutions’ buying support


Stronger buying — particularly in banks, industrials and transport stocks — yesterday ended three days of bearish spell on the Qatar Stock Exchange, whose key index closed near the 12,600 mark. Foreign institutions’ buying support rather lifted the

Qatar shares extend losses on heavy profit-booking


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday entered the second day of heavy profit-booking, losing 211 points to settle below the 12,600 mark and eroding another QR9bn in capitalisation ahead of summer holidays. Foreign institutions’ increased net selling

Muscat Securities Market index ends higher


The MSM 30 Index end on a positive note at 6,914.64 points, up by 0.27 per cent. MSM Sharia Index closed at 1,055.14 points, up by 0.09 per cent. Bank Sohar was the most active in terms of volume while Omantel was the most active in terms of tur

Qatar shares close 1.58% down with QR10bn market cap loss


The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday opened the week weak with a more-than-200-points decline to settle well-below 12,800. The bourse also witnessed about QR10bn erosion in capitalisation. Selling pressure was seen stronger in the telecom, real esta

QE index dips 1.91pc last week


DOHA: Qatar Exchange (QE) index lost 253.20 points, or 1.91 percent, last week when it closed trading at 12,978.86 points yesterday. The trading value during the week decreased by 44.55 percent to QR4.04bn compared to the previous week’s QR7.2bn. The

Qatar shares end flat despite local retail sell pressure


The QE was largely flat yesterday to remain under the 13,000 level despite strong selling pressure from local retail investors. Stronger buying in telecom and industrials was to a great extent contained by profit-booking pressure in transport,

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