Variation in Gulf stock exchanges in the mid-week session .. and the Saudi index rises by 1.22%

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Gulf stock exchanges varied, by the end of trading session today, Tuesday, mid-week sessions, as the general index of the Saudi stock market, “Tasi”, increased at the end of trading session today, Tuesday, mid-week sessions, by 1.22%, gaining 80.46 points to close at 6684.42 points, driven by the rise of sectors As a leading figure, the general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose by 0.46%, gaining 8.71 points to close at 1892.22 points, and the market capital gained 980 million dirhams to close at 278.52 billion dirhams. Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes varied under pressure of 8 sectors, headed by the technology sector, by 4.24% The health care sector followed, with a decrease of 1.24% The general index of Bahrain Financial Market, to decline by 1.11%, losing 13.87 points, to close at 1238.58 points.

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market, “Tasi”, increased at the end of trading session on Tuesday, mid-week sessions, by 1.22%, gaining 80.46 points, to close at 6684.42 points, while the parallel market index – a growth of 0.81%, lost 57.44 points to close at 7064.28 points The trading volume reached 222.9 million shares, at a value of 4.1 billion riyals.

19 sectors rose in the Saudi market led by the basic materials sector by 3.04%, followed by the applications and technology services sector by 3%, followed by the long-term goods sector by 2.65%, then the communications sector by 1.82%, then the public utilities sector by 1.60%, then the retail sector Food by 1.48%, then the transportation sector by 1.31%, then the energy sector by 1.26%, then the investment and finance sector by 1%, then the real estate management and development sector by 0.98%, then the insurance sector by 0.93%, then the food production sector by 0.55% Then the banking sector decreased by 0.49%, while the pharmaceutical sector declined by 1.99%, then the luxury goods retail sector decreased by 0.36%.

And 143 shares rose during the trading session today, headed by “Petrochem”, by 10%, then “Tabuk Agricultural” by 9.96%, then “advanced” by 7.62%, while 38 shares headed by “Zamil Industrial” by 2.02 %, Then “Extra” shares by 1.94%, then “Ata” shares by 1.56%, while “SABIC” issued the most active list by value, amounting to SAR 183 million.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

Kuwait Stock Exchange indicators varied, at the end of the session on Tuesday, mid-week sessions, as the general market index fell 0.03%, losing 1.44 to close at 4767.51 points, and the first market index fell by 0.06%, losing 3.14 points to close at 5116.94 points, while the market index rose The main index increased by 0.05%, gaining 2 points to close at 4081.12 points, and the main index rose by 0.15%, gaining 5.82 points to close at 3956.71 points.

The trading volume at the close of trading reached about 85.2 million shares, at a value of 16.6 million Kuwaiti dinars, through 4983 transactions. The variation came due to the pressure of 8 sectors headed by the technology sector by 4.24%, followed by the health care sector by 1.24%, followed by the consumer goods sector by 1.12%, then the sector Consumer services increased by 0.37%, then the financial services sector increased by 0.15%, then the real estate sector increased by 0.14%, then the banking sector increased by 0.12%, then the insurance sector increased by 0.04%, while the basic materials sector increased by 0.66%, then the telecommunications sector increased by 0.57% Then the industrial sector increased by 0.24%, then the oil and gas sector increased by 0.02%.

Bayan Investment Company was at the top of the green list listed at the stock exchange, with an increase of 24.04%, followed by Inovest Company by 8.89%, then Educational Group Holding Company share by 5.07%, while IFA Hotels and Resorts Company issued the red list with a decrease of 12.32 Then Kuwait Finance and Investment Company at 9.67%, then Madar Finance and Investment Company at 9.62%.

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market turned to decline by the close of trading on Tuesday, mid-week sessions, by 1.11%, losing 13.87 points, to close at 1238.58 points, and trading volume reached 3.8 million shares, at a value of 454.3 thousand dirhams.

The Bahrain Stock Exchange, the commercial banking sector, declined by 61.46%, under the pressure of Ahli United Bank shares falling by 3.51%, the National Bank of Bahrain by 1.75%, then the insurance sector, which decreased by 5.91%, due to the pressure of the shares of Bahrain Kuwait Company by 1.29%.

While the services sector increased by 1.91%, driven by the rise of Bahrain Telecommunications Company – Batelco by 0.26%, then the investment sector increased by 0.44%, driven by the rise of GFH Financial Group by 0.71%.

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market increased, by the close of trading on Tuesday, mid-week sessions, by 0.46%, gaining 8.71 points to close at 1892.22 points, the first time that the Dubai Stock Exchange rose this week, and the trading volume reached 113.6 million shares, achieving a value of 143.5 Million dirhams through the implementation of 2943 transactions for 32 shares.

The 5 sectors of the Dubai Stock Exchange, led by the transportation sector, increased by 1.92%, followed by the investment sector by 1.46%, followed by the services sector by 0.82%, then the goods sector by 0.66%, then the real estate sector by 0.65%, while the insurance sector declined by 1.80%, Then the telecommunications sector increased by 0.38%, then the banking sector increased by 0.02%.

19 stocks rose on the Dubai Stock Exchange during today’s trading session, led by Al Madina Finance and Investment Company by 5.88%, then Shuaa Capital by 4.69%, then Mashreq Bank by 4.53%, while 11 shares fell, led by the Arab Islamic Insurance Company – Safety by 4.17%, then shares of Arabtec Holding Company by 2.16%, then shares of Ann Digital Service Holding by 1.50%, while Dubai Islamic Bank shares topped the list of most traded by value, with a value of 8.6 million paper, at a value of AED 28.5 million, which declined by 0.29 %.





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