27/08/2018 07:47 AST

The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) said the addition of the bonus shares and fluctuation limits for Al Kathiri Holdings will be based on the share price of 28.10 Saudi riyals (Dh27.47).

The company’s extra-ordinary general meeting had approved the capital increase via bonus shares, the company said in a posting on Tadawul’s website.

The Securities Depository Centre will deposit the addition shares into the investor’s portfolios by August 28, the statement said.


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