The decline of the Gulf stock exchanges, with the exception of the rise of “Abu Dhabi”… and the disruption of Saudi Arabia on the occasion of the National Day

The decline of the Gulf stock exchanges, with the exception of the rise of “Abu Dhabi”… and the disruption of Saudi Arabia on the occasion of the National Day
The decline of the Gulf stock exchanges, with the exception of the rise of “Abu Dhabi”… and the disruption of Saudi Arabia on the occasion of the National Day

The Gulf stock exchanges declined, during Thursday’s trading session, the end of the week’s sessions, with the exception of the rise of the Fadax 15 index on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, by 0.026%, gaining 2.58 points, to close at the level of 10,072.82 points, and the Saudi Stock Exchange was disrupted on the occasion of the 92nd National Day.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indices also declined, during today’s trading session, as the general market index fell by 0.72%, losing 53.74 points, to close at the level of 7444.13 points, and the first market index decreased by 0.70%, losing 59.09 points, to close at the level of 8327.99 points, and the main market index decreased by 0.76%, losing 42.99 points, to close at 5594.96 points, and the Major Index 50 fell by 0.99%, losing 57.37 points, to close at 5750.34 points.

Trading volume at the close of transactions amounted to about 161.1 million shares, with a value of 43.8 million Kuwaiti dinars, through the implementation of 11,617 deals, and 10 sectors in Boursa Kuwait fell, led by technology, by 2.36%, followed by the industrial sector by 2.01%, followed by the financial services and consumer services sectors by 1.8%, 1.75 %, respectively, then the energy sector by 1.3%, then the real estate and basic materials sectors by 1.07%, 1.05%, respectively, then the telecommunications sector by 0.83%, then the utilities sector by 0.5%, then the banking sector by 0.35%, while The health care, consumer goods, and insurance sectors increased by 5.92%, 0.21%, and 0.16%, respectively.

Dubai stock exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market, at the close of trading today, Thursday, decreased by 0.77%, losing 26.82 points, to close at 3433.70 points, and the trading volume reached 118.4 million shares, achieving a value of 344.3 million dirhams through the implementation of 5444 transactions for 34 shares.

Six sectors on the Dubai Stock Exchange fell, led by public utilities by 1.54%, followed by the transportation sector by 1.16%, followed by the banking sector by 0.99%, then the real estate sector by 0.57%, and finally the insurance and commodities sectors by 0.24%, 0.19%, respectively. The industry sector increased by 14.99%, then the communications and services sectors by 0.84% ​​and 0.31%, respectively, then the investment and financial services sector by 0.06%.

10 shares jumped, led by the National Cement Company by 15%, then the Takaful Emirates Company by 2.59%, and 17 shares, led by Al-Firdous Holding Company, decreased by 9.66%, then the National International Holding Company by 6.62%, while the share of Emaar Properties Company topped the list. The list of the most traded notes, by value, with a volume of 20.6 million notes, with a value of 130.2 million dirhams.

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Stock Exchange fell, at the close of trading today, Thursday, by 0.21%, losing 4.02 points, to close at 1928.06 points, and the trading volume reached 597.9 thousand shares, with a value of 233.7 thousand Bahraini dinars. Aluminum Bahrain by 1.28%, followed by the industries sector with a decrease of 47.12% under the pressure of a decline in the share of ABM Terminals Bahrain by 2.04%, then the financial sector with a decrease of 1.23% under the pressure of a drop in the share of Esterad Investment Company by 9.73%.

While the real estate sector increased by 26.51%, driven by the rise in the share of Seef Properties by 1.27%.

Qatar Stock Exchange

The general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange fell, at the close of trading today, Thursday, by 0.9%, losing 114.45 points, to close at 12,643.80 points, and the trading volume reached 100.6 million shares, with a value of 393.9 million riyals, through the implementation of 13.8 thousand deals, 37 shares declined, 8 shares rose, and 4 stabilized. shares.

Seven sectors on the Qatar Stock Exchange fell, led by telecommunications by 2.25%, followed by the industries sector by 1.47%, followed by the real estate sector by 1.09%, then the insurance and transportation sectors by 0.87%, 0.78%, respectively, then the banking and financial services sector by 0.45% Finally, the consumer goods and services sector increased by 0.13%.

Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

While the FADAX 15 index on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, at the close of trading today, Thursday, increased by 0.026%, gaining 2.58 points, to close at 10,072.82 points, and the market capitalization closed at the level of 2.193 trillion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 1.8 billion shares, with a value of 7.9 billion dirhams. By executing 18.2 thousand transactions.

4 sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange rose, led by industries by 2%, followed by the energy sector by 1.94%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 1.54%, and finally the basic materials sector by 1.17%, while the utilities sector decreased by 2.07%, then the real estate sector by 1.75%.

25 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by “Abu Dhabi Ports Company” by 15%, then “Fujairah Cement Industries Company” by 15%, then “Invictus Investment Company PLC” by 13.37%, and 25 shares fell, headed by The share of “Aram Group” by 10%, then the share of “Heli Holding Company” by 10%, then the share of “Gulf Cement Company” by 9.37%, while the share of “International Holding Company” topped the list of the most active by value and amounted to 285.9 million dirhams.

The article is in Arabic

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