The rise of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange was driven by the rise of the industrial sector by 2.74%, followed by the investment and financial services sector by 2.59%, followed by the services sector by 1.32%, then the real estate sector by 0.67%, then the consumer goods sector by 0.60%, while the insurance sector declined by 0.77 %, Then the power sector increased by 0.55%.
And 11 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange during the trading session today and issued by the Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries Company by 14.32%, then the shares of Emirates Driving Company by 13.5%, then the share of Ras Al Khaimah Cement Company by 8.33%, while 11 shares led by Al-Waha Capital Company decreased by 4.7%, then Abu Dhabi Shipbuilding Company shares by 4.55%, then Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company shares by 3.85%, and Etisalat topped the list of the most active shares by value, amounting to 17.2 million dirhams, and rose by 0.51%.
And the Muscat Securities Market rose, as the Muscat Market Index (30), by the close of the trading session on Sunday, the beginning of the week’s sessions, rose by 0.68%, gaining 23.79 points, to close at the level of 3544.580 points. A deal for 36 shares. ($ 1 = 0.39 Omani Rial)
And 19 shares led by “Salalah Mills” rose by 7.45%, then “Oman and Emirates Holding” shares by 6.98%, then “Al-Ezz Islamic Bank” by 5.45%, while 7 shares led by “Al-Maha Ceramic” fell by 5.41%, Then, “Phoenix Energy” shares by 3.64%, then “Al-Sawadi Energy” by 1.79%.