Muscat, the only bullish on the Gulf stock exchanges, ended the trading session for the weekend

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(MENAFN – Youm7) Gulf stock exchanges varied by the end of trading session on Thursday, the end of the week’s sessions, as the general index of the Dubai Financial Market declined, by 0.61%, losing 12.65 points to close at 2052.65 points, the market capital lost 1.3 billion dirhams, and the general index fell For the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, by 0.03%, losing 5.53 points to close at 4261.066 points, and the market capital gain of 2.1 billion dirhams, as the general index of the Saudi stock market, Tasi, decreased by 0.01%, losing 1.11 points to close at 7426.78 points, while The Muscat Muscat Stock Exchange rose alone.



Dubai Stock Exchange

The general index of Dubai Financial Market, at the end of trading session on Thursday, at the end of the week’s sessions, decreased by 0.61%, losing 12.65 points to close at 2052.65 points, and the market capital lost 1.3 billion dirhams to close at 292.69 billion dirhams, trading volume reached 127.4 million shares The value of AED 150.4 million through the implementation of 2463 transactions for 33 shares, 4 sectors of the Dubai Stock Exchange, led by the commodities sector, fell by 1.52%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.88%, followed by the banking sector by 0.78%, then the transportation sector by 0.37%, then The services sector increased by 0.21%, while the investment and insurance sectors increased 0.47% and 0.41%, respectively.

9 stocks jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange during today’s trading session, led by the share of Emirates Takaful Company by 8.95%, then Al Salam Holding Group shares by 4.38%, while 18 shares declined, led by the shares of Al Madina Finance and Investment Company by 4.96%, then the share of An Digital Company Service Holding by 4.87%, while Emaar Holding Company topped the list of the most heavily traded shares by value, with a volume of 17.5 million papers, with a value of AED 45.4 million, and fell by 1.51%.



Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, at the end of trading session on Thursday, at the end of the week’s sessions, decreased by 0.03%, losing 5.53 points to close at 4261.066 points, and the market capital gain of 2.1 billion dirhams to close at 603.783 billion dirhams, (the dollar equals 3.67 dirhams Emirati), and the trading volume reached 38.8 million shares, at a value of 100 million dirhams, through the implementation of 1236 transactions.

3 sectors of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the services sector, fell by 1.79%, followed by the real estate sector by 1.13%, followed by the banking sector by 0.16%, while the energy sector increased by 1.68%, then the investment and financial services sector by 0.34%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.24 %, Then the industrial sector increased by 0.16%.

8 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange during the trading session today and were led by Ras Al Khaimah Cement Company by 3.7%, then Dana Gas by 3.64%, then Wahat Al Zawia Holding Company by 2.47%, while 12 shares led by Abu Dhabi National Hotels Company decreased by 4.8%, then Ishraq Investment Company shares increased by 4.42%, then Bank of Sharjah shares increased by 3.64%, and the shares of Emirates Telecommunications Group Company – Etisalat Group topped the list of the most active stocks by value, amounting to 29.2 million dirhams.



Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Stock Exchange, at the close of trading on Thursday, fell by 0.64%, losing 8.28 points, to close at 1284.64 points. The trading volume reached 4.4 million shares, at a value of 558.8 thousand dirhams. Bahrain and Kuwait by 7.07%, National Bank of Bahrain by 2.20%, Al Salam Bank-Bahrain by 1.41%, then the services sector decreased by 1.91% due to pressures of the share of Bahrain Telecommunications Company – Batelco by 0.26%, then the investment sector by a decrease of 0.47% under pressure GFH Financial Group fell 0.66%, while Ahli United Bank rose by 1.15%.



Kuwait Stock Exchange

The indices of Kuwait Stock Exchange varied, at the beginning of Thursday’s session, at the end of the week’s sessions, as the general market index rose by 0.26%, gaining 12.65 points to close at 4874.61 points, and the first market index jumped by 0.36%, gaining 19.15 points to close at 5279.45 points, while it declined The main market index decreased by 0.01%, losing 0.41 points, to close at 4076.98 points, and the main index 50 decreased by 0.16%, losing 6.48 points, to close at 4031.80 points.

Trading volume at the close of trading reached 62.5 million shares, at a value of KWD 18.8 million, through 6143 transactions. The basic materials and insurance sectors fell by 3.14% and 0.14%, respectively, while the industrial sector increased by 0.76%, followed by the financial services sector by 0.52%, followed by Real estate sector by 0.45%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.39%, then the consumer goods and oil and gas sectors by 0.38%, then the banking sector by 0.26%, then the consumer services sector by 0.21%.

The stock of Al Tamdeen Investment Company came on top of the green list listed on the stock exchange, with an increase of 9.65%, followed by the share of the National Shooting Company by 9.59%, then the share of Alinma Real Estate Company by 8.04%, while the share of Alargan International Real Estate Company topped the red list with a decrease of 10%, then the company First Takaful Insurance by 9.02%, then ACICO Industries Company by 8.40%.

Qatar Stock Exchange

The general index of Qatar Stock Exchange, at the end of trading session on Thursday, at the end of the week’s sessions, decreased by 0.19%, losing 17.87 points, to close at 9368.29 points, and the trading volume reached 339 million shares, worth 500.1 million riyals, through the implementation of 8998 transactions, and 22 stocks rose, and 25 stocks rose And one share settled, 4 sectors led by the real estate sector fell by 1.75%, followed by the communications sector by 1.28%, followed by the transportation sector by 0.62%, then the banking and financial services sector by 0.08%, while the goods and consumer services sector rose by 0.63%, then The insurance sector increased by 0.05%, then the industrial sector increased by 0.01%.

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market, Tassi, decreased at the close of trading on Thursday, the end of the week’s sessions, by 0.01%, losing 1.11 points, to close at 7426.78 points, and the parallel market index fell – a growth of 1.5%, losing 123.70 points to close at 8145.47 points The trading volume reached 232.6 million shares, at a value of 5.2 billion riyals.

13 sectors of the Saudi market fell, led by the telecommunications sector by 1.94%, followed by the media and entertainment sector by 1.38%, followed by the long-term goods sector by 1.34%, then the applications and technology services sector by 1.26%, then the insurance sector by 0.79%, then the investment and finance sector By 0.49%, then the consumer services sector by 0.34%, then the transportation sector by 0.29%, then the commercial and professional services sector by 0.28%, then the capital goods sector by 0.13%, then the real estate management and development sector by 0.12%, then the energy sector by 0.08 The pharmaceutical sector increased by 2.97%, then the luxury goods retail sector increased by 1.13%, then the food production sector increased by 0.59%, then the real estate funds sector traded by 0.44%.

And jumped 82 shares during today’s trading session headed by “Sharkia Development” by 6.96%, then “Abu Muati” by 4.91%, then “Raydan” by 4.41%, while 97 shares headed by “Al-Omran” by 9.69%, Then, “Baazeem” shares increased by 4.48%, then “Sadaq” shares increased by 3.30%, while “Sharkia Development” shares topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to SAR 406.8 million.

Muscat Stock Exchange

The Muscat Securities Market, as the MSM (30) index, at the close of trading on Thursday, rose by 1.20%, gaining 42.16 points, to close at 3563.880 points. The trading volume reached 9.5 million shares, amounting to 1.5 million riyals, through the implementation of 511 transactions for 43 shares . (The dollar equals 0.39 Omani Rial).

And 15 shares led by “Sohar International Bank” by 8.14%, then “Oman Investment and Finance” by 3.61%, then “HSBC Oman” by 3.37%, while 7 shares led by “Phoenix Energy” By 3.51%, then “Muscat Gases” by 2.35%, then “Al-Jazeera Services” by 1.29%.

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