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Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) benchmark index dropped 69.81 points, or 0.75 percent, when the bourse closed trading at 9,188.09 points yesterday.
The volume of shares traded decreased to 9.79 million from 26.66 million on Thursday and the value of shares decreased QR219.48m from QR644.42m on Thursday.
From of 44 companies listed on QSE, shares of 41 saw trading yesterday. Of these, 18 gained; 21 companies closed lower; and two remained unchanged. Indices of six sectors ended in the red zone and one sector ended in green zone yesterday.
Saudi Arabia’s market regulator is implementing reforms at breakneck speed to attract foreign investors, but investors wouldn’t know it by looking at the stocks.
Two years after internatio
Emaar Properties shares hit its lowest level in two months, pushing the wider index near its 50 day moving average, as traders preferred to buy Drake and Scull.
Emaar Properties hit a low
Saudi Arabia will let foreign investors take strategic stakes of 10 per cent or more in stock exchange-listed companies, the securities regulator said on Sunday, expanding an effort to attract foreig
Times of Oman
Muscat bourse continued to witness weak trend with MSM 30 Index sheding 0.26 per cent to close at 5,032.87 points.
The MSM Sharia Index closed at 739.50 points, down by 0.26 per cent. Galf
Times of Oman
National Commercial Bank (NCB) and telecom stocks dragged down Saudi Arabia’s main index on Monday while Emaar Properties weighed on Dubai’s stock market for the second day in a row.