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Small Cap6,850 -0.15
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SAGRINSURANCE 29.8 21,750
SABIC 92.75 1,833,309
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STC 66.25 114,183
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Cement

-57.25 (-0.90%)  (04/08/2015)
  • Open
  • 6,413.52
  • High
  • 6,413.52
  • Low
  • 6,413.52
  • Close
  • 6,356.27
  • 52-week high
  • 8,774.77
  • 52-week low
  • 6,158.01
  • Volume
  • 5,061,485
  • 50-day average volume
  • 168,957,800
  • 1-month change
  • -5.35 %
  • 3-months change
  • -9.98 %
  • 12-month change
  • -21.45 %

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Saudi stocks higher


JEDDAH — Saudi Arabia stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Hotels & Tourism, Telecoms & IT and Agriculture & Food sectors led shares higher. The Tadawul All Share Index added 0.06% at close. The best performers of the session

Saudi petchem stocks fall 0.4%


JEDDAH: Gulf bourses rose on Monday in line with a global equities rally due to the Greek bailout agreement, but a drop in oil prices limited gains in the region. Saudi Arabia’s bourse was the weakest performer on Monday and edged up just 0.2 per

Tadawul index drops 0.3%


DUBAI: Gulf stock markets came off early highs to close mixed on Sunday, while Egypt continued to rebound but low trading turnover cast doubt on whether any extended recovery was beginning. Buying of beaten-down blue chips boosted the Saudi Tadawu

On persistent bearish spell, up went loss of Index


Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed four of the five trading session under bearish spell and its key index lost 240 points and capitalisation by more than QR13bn during the week which saw Greece vote ‘No’ to austerity measures imposed by the Inte

Qatar real estate sector set to grow: QNB


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Gulf bourses weak, Tadawul index dips 0.3 percent


Gulf markets were weak after Brent crude oil dropped below $60 a barrel to its lowest level since mid-April and Greece's "No" vote in its bailout referendum destabilised global markets. However, there was no panic in the Gulf and retail investor

Tadawul index edges up 0.3%; Alinma Bank gains 1.6%


Saudi Arabia’s key market index edged up 0.3 percent despite a purchasing managers’ survey showing growth in Saudi Arabia’s nonoil private sector slowed in June to its lowest level since the survey was launched in August 2009. Alinma Bank, the most

Select stocks dominate Dubai, Abu Dhabi as traders eye Greece


Select stocks dominated trading in Dubai and Abu Dhabi bourses, even as investors eyed the Greece vote and potential impact on financial markets. The Dubai Financial Market General Index ended 0.49 per cent lower at 4,068.92. Shares of Amlak Fina

Market capitalization falls to SR 2.03 trillion


Saudi Arabia’s benchmark Tadawul All-Share Index continued its downward momentum, marking another weekly decline of 2.47 percent. The TASI fell to 9,136.34 points level, trimming 230.94 points last week. It went 1.37 percent above and 4.69 percent b

Foreign investors buy more shares in Saudi


Foreign investors bought 2.33 per cent of all shares purchased on Saudi Arabia's stock market in June, the first month since new rules allowed more overseas investment in the Arab world's largest bourse, data showed on Thursday. Overseas invest

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