Citizens and Arab investors boosted their purchases in local shares during the first four months of this year by investing 2.6 billion dirhams, with total purchases of 21.6 billion, compared to 19.04 billion in sales. The monitoring of the “Economic Statement” showed that citizens achieved net investments of 2.4 billion, with purchases of 18.56 billion, compared to sales of 16.14 billion.
Citizens ’net investment in the Abu Dhabi market reached 1.83 billion dirhams, with purchases of 8.05 billion, compared to sales of 6.22 billion, while net citizens’ investment in the Dubai market reached 598.9 million with purchases of 10.5 billion, compared to 9.9 billion.
According to the monitoring, the Arabs without the Gulf achieved a net investment in the two markets, 168.6 million as a purchase outcome, after achieving purchases of about 3.07 billion, compared to sales of 2.9 billion. Their net investment in the Dubai market reached 51.15 million and in the Abu Dhabi market about 116.5 million.
Whereas, foreigners and Gulf nationals tended to monetize in the two markets with a net investment of 2.6 billion dirhams as a proceeds of sale after registering 15 billion dirhams of sales against purchases of 12.4 billion dirhams.
Foreigners alone recorded net sales in the two markets by about 2.38 billion dirhams, after recording sales of about 11.82 billion dirhams, and purchases by 9.4 billion dirhams, as their net investment in the Abu Dhabi market reached 1.77 billion dirhams and about 609.14 million dirhams in the Dubai market.
While the Gulf investors recorded a net investment in the two markets 210.6 million dirhams as a sales outcome after achieving sales of 3.19 billion dirhams against purchases of 2.97 billion dirhams, and their net investment in Abu Dhabi market reached 104.3 million dirhams, and in the Dubai market 106.3 million dirhams.
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