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Saudi Stock Exchange

Small Cap

21.20 (0.73%)  (29/03/2017)
  • Close
  • 2,937.35
  • 52-week high
  • 3,300.48
  • 52-week low
  • 2,281.15
  • Volume
  • 14,854,454
  • 50-day average volume
  • 24,727,547
  • 1-month change
  • -1.23
  • 3-months change
  • -6.10
  • 12-month change
  • -3.98

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Profit-taking drags TASI down 2.87%

Profit-taking dragged the Saudi market down almost 3 percent yesterday after surging 4.18 percent last week. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) fell 2.87 percent or 173.21 points to close at 5,871.57 points, pulled down by profit-taking in hea

Surging oil prices help boost Gulf bourses

Most Gulf Arab bourses rose yesterday tracking strength in oil prices with Qatar, the day’s biggest gainer, jumping more than 4 percent. “The Qatari market has underperformed this year despite its being the fastest growing economy in the world, so it

Tasi index gains slightly

Riyadhs Tadaqul All Share Index (Tasi) gained 0.45%, closing at 6,044.78 points. Sector indices performances showed no real indication of a momentum and trading volumes remained thin. Four out of the top five stocks were insurance firms, with Malat

Gulf blue chips rally to lift markets

Mobile Telecommunications Co (Zain) was among the key gainers on Gulf markets on Tuesday after winning the contract for Irans third mobile network licence. Zains 2.6 percent rise was its largest for three weeks and many other Gulf blue chips also

Saudi stocks fall on profit-taking

Gulf stocks retreated yesterday as a shaky start to the week on international exchanges and weaker oil prices convinced regional investors to book profits from a recent rally. After hitting multi-week highs on Sunday, the Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and

‘Kingdom attractive market for investors’

The Saudi stock market fluctuated in volatile trading yesterday. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) opened at 6,019.69 points and reached as high as 6,078.56 and low of 5,935.45 before closing at 6,025.71 points. The fresh gain yesterday helped the T

Saudi shares jump to 6-month high

The Saudi bourse soared to its highest close in more than six months yesterday after petrochemical stocks rose strongly due to surging oil prices. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) broke the 6,000-point barrier to end 3.75 percent or 217.55 points

Tadawul index on six-months-high

Following strong markets in Europe and the US, the Saudi Tadawil index jumped 3.75%, closing at 6,019.69 points and therefore for the first time over 6,000 points since November 5, 2008. Hail Agriculture posted the largest profit, gaining 10% st

Sabic, Sipchem Accord Leads Saudi Index

Saudi stocks surpassed 6,000 points for the first time in five months, led by Saudi Basic Industries Corp. and Saudi International Petrochemical Co. as the companies signed an agreement to cooperate on new petrochemical projects. Saudi Basic, the

Kingdom leads gainers as GCC markets in uptrend

Returns in the GCC equity markets showed signs of significant momentum in April at 16.83 percent from 7.94 percent return in March. A report by Kuwait Financial Center (Markaz) on Thursday said all the GCC markets posted positive returns in April. Fi

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