4 sectors rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the services sector by 0.63%, followed by the investment and financial services sector by 0.18%, followed by the banking sector by 0.17%, then the industry sector by 0.09%, while the consumer goods sector declined by 1.19%, then the real estate sector by 1.19%. 0.76%, then the energy sector by 0.35%, then the insurance sector by 0.15%.
Thirteen stocks rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange during today’s trading session and were led by Waha Capital by 2.75%, then by Ras Al Khaimah White Cement and Construction Materials Company by 2.63%, then by Abu Dhabi Shipbuilding Company by 2.16%, while 13 stocks fell, led by Arab Bank. United by 4.95%, then share of Reem Investment Company by 4.96%, then share of National Foodco Company for Foodstuffs by 4.35%, and First Abu Dhabi Bank issued the most active shares by value, amounting to 75.2 million dirhams, and the share rose by 0.13%.
In a related context, Dana Gas announced the meeting of the Board of Directors, on Wednesday, January 27, to follow up the progress of the company’s operations in Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and the Diristan region of Iraq, and the developments in the sale of the company’s assets in Egypt, a report on the new corporate governance guide, a report on the progress of cases Legal and arbitration claims.