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Qatar Exchange


77.65 (0.68%)  (29/03/2015)
  • Open
  • 11,410.76
  • High
  • 11,537.6
  • Low
  • 11,362.03
  • Close
  • 11,488.41
  • 52-week high
  • 14,350.5
  • 52-week low
  • 10,909.25
  • Volume
  • 7,416,600
  • 50-day average volume
  • 11,999,580
  • 1-month change
  • -7.73 %
  • 3-months change
  • -8.62 %
  • 12-month change
  • -0.64 %

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QSE, partners test disaster preparedness

As part of its regular business continuity plan (BCP) procedures, the Qatar Stock Exchange, brokers and business partners successfully conducted an industry-wide BCP exercise at the QSE premises. The proposed scenario involved a major disaster st

Industrials and telecoms gain as Qatar shares rise

Local retail investors’ buying interests were to a great extent contained by selling pressure from non-Qatari retail and institutions that the Qatar Stock Exchange settled mere four points higher on Monday. Among the seven sectors, only industrials an

Insurance, banking and industrial stocks weigh on Qatar index

The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday opened the week weak with its key index losing a sizeable 108 points, mainly dragged by insurance, industrials and banking stocks. Profit-booking pressure from foreign and domestic institutions led the 20-stock Qat

Technical analysis of the QSE index

Although the Index dropped over 6% during the week; it managed to recover some lost ground and ended losing 4.4% from last week. Overall, indicators are still on the bearish side. The MACD is pointing south, while the RSI is still making lower highs

Qatar shares buck the losing trend

Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday proved resilient, reversing the bearish trends of two previous sessions, to settle 136 points higher, mainly on buying support from domestic institutions. Telecom and industrials witnessed more than average buying

Banking stocks hit as Qatar index plunges 145 points

Severe correction was witnessed in the Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday with its key index plunging 145 points and capitalisation by about QR8bn. Banking stocks bore the maximum brunt as the 20-stock Qatar Index (based on price data) lost 0.77% for t

Realty, banking stocks fall as QSE sheds 100 points

Qatar Stock Exchange was back in the red on Tuesday with its key index losing about 100 points, mainly dragged by real estate and banking stocks. Profit booking by local retail investors and weakened buying from foreign institutions resulted in the

QSE conducts seminar to make awareness on ETFs

Ahead of the launch of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), the Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday held a seminar on ETFs in order to make awareness among the financial participants in the country. The workshop — which was presented by David Murtagh, former head

Oil plunge takes its toll on QSE, index dives 4.28%

Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed a huge erosion of 570 points in index and QR30bn in capitalisation, mirroring the trends in Gulf in view of oil exporters grouping’s decision to stay with current production level despite weak prices. An acr

Technical analysis of the QSE index

The Index ended the week losing 3.7% from the previous week as heavy selloff took place after the rebalancing of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. Indicators are looking bearish as the RSI confirmed the negative divergence with the price. Volumes

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