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The DFM General Index wavering in the red zone closed the day at 3,770.38 points on Thursday 30th Jan 2014. The index trimmed 22.70 points or 0.6 percent for the session. Market Cap Indices ended the session in the downward territory except Small Cap.
The ADX General Index sustained its Upward March on Thursday 30th Jan 2014 as the Index closed the session in the green at 4,673.07 points. The index added 12.33 points or 0.26 percent for the entire day. Small Cap ended the session in the green zone.
The Qatar Exchange stepped down to 11,155.73 points on Thursday 30th Jan 2014; The QE Index spending the entire session in red territory trimmed 0.78 percent or 87.62 points for the entire session. Small Cap, Med Cap and Large Cap witnessed a negative
The DFM index slipped for a second day on Thursday by 0.60 per cent to 3,770.38 points as investors took flight from Fed’s decision and stoked fears of capital flows from emerging markets. The Fed’s decision to trim its monthly bond buying to $65 billion
Middle East-based investment funds have become much more bullish on Qatar’s stock market, citing heavy government spending and attractive valuations, the latest monthly Reuters survey of the region shows. Fifty-six percent of 16 leading investment
The DFM index slipped for a second day on Thursday by 0.60 per cent to 3,770.38 points as investors took flight from Fed’s decision and stoked fears of capital flows from emerging markets.<BER> The Fed’s decision to trim its monthly bond buying to $65
The Qatar Exchange ended in the red area when trading closed Thursday at 11,155.73 points or 0.78 percent down 87.62 points from the previous closing of 11,243.35 points on Wednesday. The volume of shares was up to 10,309,566 from Wednesday 7,912,914 and
Middle East-based investment funds have become much more bullish on Qatar's stock market, citing heavy government spending and attractive valuations, the latest monthly Reuters survey of the region shows. Fifty-six percent of 16 leading investment
The Qatar Exchange stepped down during the first couple of hours trading on Thursday 30th Jan 2014. The index dropping 65.51 points or 0.58 percent reached at 11,177.84. QE sectors indices mostly turned red. Industrials and Telecom sectors declined 0.98
The DFM General Index declined further during the first couple of hours trading on Thursday 30th Jan 2014. The index spending almost the entire session below the break even line paired 22.76 points or 0.60 percent to reach at 3,770.32. The market breadth
The ADX General Index sustained its upward march during the first couple of hours trading on Thursday 30th Jan 2014. The index wavering above the break – even line added 48.86 points or 1.05 percent, reaching at 4,709.60 levels. Investment & Financial
Kuwait stocks headed higher Wednesday helped by renewed buying in select counters. The index, after a wobbly start, climbed 18.34 pts in lackluster trade to 7,767.83 pts. Most of the blue chips shined even as some of the mid and low caps sagged on profit
The initial public offer (IPO) of Mesaieed Petrochemical Holding Company (MPHC), first such offer in three years in the country, has been oversubscribed five times, Qatar Petroleum (QP), its parent company, said yesterday finalising the allocation. The
Saudi Arabia’s benchmark Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) dug in at 8,704.21 and ended its Wednesday’s trading up over 48 points. It jumped (+86.52 points) just after the opening bell and spending entire session in the green district gained 0.56 percent.
The DFM General Index following the typical falling trough peak combination continued marching its way lower in the red zone and fell to 3,793.08 points on Wednesday 29th June 2014, showing a reduction of 12.08 points or 0.32 percent for the entire day.
The benchmark Abu Dhabi Stock Market (ADX Index) continued its positive movement and managed another rise on 29th Jan 2014, adding 74.93 points or 1.63 percent for the entire day. Market Cap Indices ended the day in the safe area except the Med Cap.
The QE Index advanced to reach at 11,243.35 levels on Wednesday 29th Jan 2014, achieving 0.65 percent or 73.10 points for the session. Large Cap and Med Cap indices ended the day in the green area. QE sectors indices turned green in today’s trading
The Qatar Exchange turned green during the first couple of hours trading on Wednesday 29th Jan 2014. The index adding 60.41 points or 0.54 percent reached at 11,230.66. QE sectors indices showed a tremendous performance. Insurance and Real Estate sectors
The DFM General Index wavering between north and south showed a flat performance during the first couple of hours trading on Wednesday 29th Jan 2014, as the DFM index retreated to 3,805.61 levels. The market breadth was favorable with advance – decline
The ADX General Index sustained its upward march during the first couple of hours trading on Wednesday 29th Jan 2014. The index wavering mostly above the break even line added 87.10 points or 1.90 percent, reaching at 4,672.91 levels. Investment &
MSM30 Index reversed its initial gains to end lower and closed at 7,148.21 points, down by 0.12 per cent. MSM Sharia Index closed at 1,125.79 points, down by 0.22 per cent. Gulf Investment Services was the most active in terms of volume as well as
The Qatar Exchange yesterday entered the third day of a bearish run mainly on institutional investors’ profit-booking pressures, leading to its main index settle below the 11,200 mark. Local retail investors’ buying support notwithstanding, the 20-stock
Egypt’s stock market climbed to a 44-month high after the army chief was given the green light to run for president, while markets in the UAE snapped a two-session decline. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces cleared Field Marshal Abdel Fattah
The Saudi stock market bucked the two-day downward trend and turned green Tuesday, adding a single point merely. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) wavering above the break-even level in a reasonable range of 63.9 points advanced a little to 8,656.11
The DFM index wavering above the break – even line achieved 117.25 points or 3.17 percent in a single session on Tuesday 28th Jan 2014, closing at 3,805.16. Insurance sector made the biggest jump among all sector indices, marching higher by 4.85