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SAGRINSURANCE 34.03 752,565
SABIC 91.97 2,983,944
EEC 35.21
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SECO 19.44 5,987,911
SPIMACO 44.14 341,468
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-8.16 (-0.35%)  (02/03/2015)
  • Open
  • 2,313.75
  • High
  • 2,313.75
  • Low
  • 2,299.72
  • Close
  • 2,305.59
  • 52-week high
  • 6,392.55
  • 52-week low
  • 1,945.5
  • Volume
  • 261,567
  • 50-day average volume
  • 362,606,900
  • 1-month change
  • -4.20 %
  • 3-months change
  • -4.40 %
  • 12-month change
  • -24.54 %

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Saudi bank, retail stocks rise

Stock markets in the Gulf were mixed on Thursday as oil prices seesawed erratically, dashing hopes for a smooth and sustained recovery. Brent crude, which had tumbled 5.5 percent in the previous session, swung between $53.07 and $56.19 per barrel on

Saudi, Dubai bourses retreat as oil declines

Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and Dubai pulled back on Wednesday as oil prices fell after gaining strongly earlier in the week, while technicals and dividend bets supported other Gulf bourses. Brent crude dropped more than 2 percent on Wednesday after a

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Initial public offering (IPO) activity in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) showed strong signs of recovery in 2014 where IPOs reached $7.3 billion, bringing activity to its strongest levels since the financial crisis which slowed down equity cap

Saudi petchem stocks extend gains as TASI rises

Rallying oil prices and positive corporate news boosted Gulf equity markets on Tuesday, although consumer stocks in Saudi Arabia pulled back after gaining strongly earlier in the week. Brent crude traded above $56, having gained more than 15 perce

Saudi stocks up 10.56% so far this year

A rebound in global oil prices and decisions by state-controlled companies to pay cash bonuses to employees boosted Saudi Arabia’s stock market on Monday, while other Gulf bourses were mixed in choppy trading. Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) closed 0.

Retail, Petchem stocks stay in limelight

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Big Saudi firms to pay bonuses, imitating lavish royal handout

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Private equity specialist upbeat on KSA market

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Tadawul index breaks 9,000-point barrier

The benchmark Tadawul All-Share Index logged a sharp gain of roughly three percent on Sunday, surpassing the psychological important 9,000 points mark. The index opened with a largely positive note (+4.0 percent) and finally added 265.4 points, cl

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