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Oman shares recover on better support from local investors
(Times of Oman - 20/09/2017)

Shares on the Muscat bourse recovered on better support from local investors. The benchmark MSM30 Index increased and closed at 4,997.53 points on Tuesday, higher by 0.21 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index gained 0.34 per cent to close at 739.19 points.

QSE breaks losing streak
(The Peninsula - 20/09/2017)

Qatar’s stock index came slightly off a five-year low yesterday as local funds intensified their buying of those shares, snapping the 11-straight sessions of losses.r> Local investors have been net buyers for several weeks and yesterday they made up

Saudi Arabia raises $1.9b in sukuk sale
(Gulfnews - 20/09/2017)

Saudi Arabia raised 7 billion riyals ($1.9 billion) from domestic sukuk sales as the kingdom seeks to bolster its finances amid an economic overhaul and lower oil prices. The government received more than 24 billion riyals in bids for its third

Dubai bourse holds steady
(Gulfnews - 20/09/2017)

The broader Dubai benchmark index closed almost unchanged on Tuesday as real estate stocks took a breather. Emaar Properties closed 0.22 per cent lower at Dh8.91, after hitting a 52-week high on Tuesday. The Dubai Financial Market Index closed 0.15 per

Tadawul All Share declines
(Saudi Gazette - 20/09/2017)

Saudi Arabia stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Media & Publishing, Real Estate Development and Multi Investment sectors led shares lower. At the close, the stock benchmark Tadawul All Share Index fell 0.57%. The best

Kuwait bourse retreats as investors book profit – NBK slips 6 fils
(Arab Times - 20/09/2017)

Kuwait stocks slipped into red on Monday after treading water in the last session. The price index dropped 21.33 pts in choppy trade to 6,890.37 pts as profit taking weighed on some of the heavyweights following recent gains. The KSX 15 benchmark fell

UAE listed firms give $8.8bn in dividend, bonus
(Trade Arabia - 19/09/2017)

Cash dividends and bonus shares to the tune of Dh32.5 billion ($8.8 billion) have been distributed by 79 companies listed at Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange and Dubai Financial Market for Fiscal Year 2016, a report said. Distribution of such big gains goes

Qatar shares extend losses to settle below 8,300 points
(Gulf Times - 19/09/2017)

The Qatar Stock Exchange fell for the 11th consecutive day to settle a little below 8,300 points even as local retail investors were seen increasingly bullish. Notwithstanding buying interests in some of the realty and banking scrips, the 20-stock Qatar

Oman shares end lower on lack of buying support
(Times of Oman - 19/09/2017)

Share prices on the Muscat bourse declined further on lack of buying support even at lower levels. The benchmark MSM30 Index continued to decline and closed at 4,986.83 points on Monday, lower by 0.22 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index gained 0.05 per cent

Investment buying in bluechip supports Dubai index
(Gulfnews - 19/09/2017)

Investment buying in bluechip spurred the Dubai index again, with traders prefering to buy at every dip. The Dubai Financial Market General Index closed 0.79 per cent higher at 3,660.48. Emaar Properties hit a new 52-week high of Dh8.95 after the company

Kuwait index ends little changed in choppy trade–Zain rallies 14 fils
(Arab Times - 19/09/2017)

Kuwait stocks were little changed on Sunday as it kicked off the week on a tame note. The price index eased 2.16 points in choppy trade to 6,911.7 points even as overall sentiment remained mixed. Most of the heavyweights however closed in green. The KSX

Qatar hits 5-year low as diplomatic rift hits firms
(Arab News - 19/09/2017)

Qatar’s stock index hit a five-year low on Monday because of a fresh sign that a diplomatic dispute in the region was starting to inflict long-term damage on some of its companies. Shares of Qatar Insurance dropped 2.3 percent after the company said it

QSE witnesses stronger buying interests of domestic institutions
(Gulf Times - 18/09/2017)

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed stronger buying interests of domestic institutions even as it settled weak at sub-8,400 levels. Gulf funds were seen bullish amidst a 0.41% decline in the 20-stock Qatar Index for the tenth straight session to

Oman shares start week on a negative note
(Times of Oman - 18/09/2017)

Oman’s benchmark MSM30 Index started the week on a negative note ending the trading session at 4997.65 points, down 0.10 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index gained 0.34 per cent to close at 736.31 points. Renaissance Services was the most active in terms of

UAE indices slip despite strong global leads
(Gulfnews - 18/09/2017)

UAE indices witnessed mild profit-taking on Sunday amid low volumes, despite positive leads from global markets and surging oil. Analysts say the undercurrent is strong but a lack of fresh fund flows is curtailing any further accumulation in stocks.

Qatar index down for tenth day running
(Arab News - 18/09/2017)

Qatar’s stock index fell for a tenth straight session on Sunday as talk of dispute negotiations failed to sway investors, while strong oil prices boosted the Saudi Arabia market. “There is too much uncertainty around Qatar right now, and the full extent

Technical analysis of the QSE index
(Gulf Times - 17/09/2017)

The index closed down by 3.07% from the week before and now stands at 8,409.48. The index managed to bounce off the 8,300 support level; it may see relief rally but the current support needs to hold through. Otherwise, we have the 8,000 as the next

Abu Dhabi shows early signs of turning while Dubai maintains signs
(Gulfnews - 17/09/2017)

The Dubai Financial Market General Index (DFMGI) was up 12.92 or 0.35 per cent last week to end at 3,657.23. Market breadth was relatively even with 15 advancing issues and 18 declining, while volume improved to a six-week high (two of those weeks were

Oman shares recover on scattered support
(Times of Oman - 14/09/2017)

Shares on the Muscat bourse recovered on scattered support from retail investors. Oman’s benchmark MSM30 Index closed at 5,016.61 points, registering a marginal gain of 0.12 per cent. The MSM Shariah Index ended at 734.85 points, higher by 0.13 per cent.

Bluechips offset losses on Dubai bourse
(Gulfnews - 14/09/2017)

Mild buying in real estate firms helped the Dubai index from not closing in the negative zone. Gains in Emaar Properties and Damac Properties were nullified from losses in Arabtec, Dubai Islamic Bank. Emaar Properties closed 0.8 per cent higher at

Qatar stocks fall to lowest level in over four years
(The National - 13/09/2017)

Qatar's stock market slid to a 52-month closing low on Tuesday as foreign investors sold, while Banque Saudi Fransi fell in Riyadh after France's Credit Agricole agreed to sell a 16.2 per cent stake in it to local investor Kingdom Holding. The Qatari

Blue chip helps to keep downside limited on Dubai index
(Gulfnews - 13/09/2017)

The Dubai Financial Market General index closed almost flat on Tuesday, as gains in real estate offset the wider weakness. The benchmark closed 0.03 per cent lower at 3,652.88. Emaar Properties hit its highest level in three years on Tuesday, offsetting

Kuwait index slips into red amid profit taking
(Arab Times - 13/09/2017)

Kuwait stocks headed south on Tuesday after closing flat in the last session. The main index dipped 21.05 pts in choppy trade to 6,905.98 points as investors locked profits across the sectors. The blue chips however remained mixed. The KSX 15 measure

Saudi stocks retreat at close of trade
(Saudi Gazette - 13/09/2017)

Saudi Arabia stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Real Estate Development, Energy & Utilities and Industrial Investment sectors led shares lower. At the close, the stock benchmark Tadawul All Share Index fell 0.15%. The best

Oman shares end lower on profit booking
(Times of Oman - 12/09/2017)

The MSM30 Index ended negatively at 5,038.69 points, a loss of 0.35 per cent. The MSM Sharia Index declined 0.24 per cent to close at 735.43 points. NBO was the most active in terms of volume while Al Maha Petroleum led in terms of turnover. Renaissance

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