Thank you for reading the news about the divergence of the Gulf stock exchanges at Sunday’s session … and the Qatar Stock Exchange plummeting by 1.27%, and now with the details of the news.
The Muscat Market Index (30) fell by 0.660%, losing 24.294 points to close at 3683.622 points, and the general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange decreased by 1.27%, losing 138.10 points to close at 10760.96 points, and the Kuwait Stock Exchange indices varied.
The general index of the Saudi stock market, “TASI”, rose by 0.61%, winning 60.78 points to close at 10048.70 points, while the parallel market index fell – growth by 0.29%, losing 70.91 points to close at 24007.65 points, and the volume Trading 237.4 million shares worth 7 billion riyals.
18 sectors rose in the Saudi stock market, led by the media and entertainment sector by 3.41%, followed by the public utilities sector by 2.16%, followed by the food retail sector by 1.93%, then the pharmaceutical sector by 1.82%, then the transport sector by 1.79%, then the telecommunications sector by 2.16%. 1.62%, then the consumer services and health care sectors by 1.61% and 1.60%, respectively, then the long-term goods sector by 1.33%, then the commercial and professional services sector by 1.10%, while the applications and technology services sector declined by 0.97%, then the insurance sector. By 0.34%, then the energy sector by 0.05%.
131 shares jumped during today’s trading session, led by “Wafra” by 6.67%, then by “Mouwasat” by 4.11%, then by “Research and Marketing” by 3.88%, and 48 shares fell, topped by “Halawani Brothers” by 2.46%, Then “Alujain” share by 1.48%, then “Petrochem” share by 1.41%, while “Al-Jouf” share topped the most active list by value, reaching 580.8 million Saudi riyals.
The Dubai Financial Market general index rose, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, by 0.12%, gaining 3.39 points to close at 2636.40 points, and the trading volume reached 167.9 million shares, achieving a value of 281.4 million dirhams through the implementation of 3184 transactions for 30 shares, and 4 sectors rose The Dubai Stock Exchange was led by the real estate sector by 1.78%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.91%, followed by the investment and financial services sector by 0.21%, then the services sector by 0.04%, while the commodity sector declined by 2.21%, then the banking and telecommunications sectors by 0.75%, 0.73 %, Respectively, and then the transport sector by 0.65%.
Thirteen shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange, at the end of the Sunday session, led by Emaar Development by 10.20%, then Takaful Al Emarat by 2.99%, and the shares of Emirates Refreshments Company, Al Sagr National Insurance Company, fell by 9.88% and 3.94%, respectively. Emaar Properties is the most traded list by value, with a volume of 26.5 million papers valued at 105.5 million dirhams, and the share rose by 1.80%.
Bahrain Stock Exchange The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, increased by 0.09%, winning 1.29 points to close at 1476.77 points, and the trading volume reached 636.2 thousand shares, valued at 153.5 thousand Bahraini dinars, and the Bahrain Bourse increased the commercial banking sector with a growth rate of 5.82% driven by the rise The shares of Ahli United Bank increased by 0.70%, then the services sector increased by 1.55%, driven by the rise in the share of ABM Terminals Bahrain by 1.18%, then the investment sector by a growth of 0.47%, driven by the rise of GFH Financial Group by 0.59%, while the sector declined Insurance fell by 33.48%, due to the pressure of Solidarity Bahrain’s shares, by 10%, and Ithmaar Holding Company, National Bank of Bahrain, by 8.96% and 0.33%, respectively. Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, the general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market, at the close of the trading session on Sunday, decreased by 0.12%, losing 7.61 points to close at 6124.08 points, and the market capital gained 681 million dinars at the level of 890.777 billion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 186.1 million shares worth 1.5 One billion dirhams through the implementation of 2059 transactions.
3 sectors fell on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the consumer goods sector by 0.83%, followed by the banking sector by 0.52%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.03%, while the industry sector rose by 1.51%, then the energy sector by 0.57%, then the investment and financial services sector by 0.57%. 0.27%, then the real estate sector by 0.16%, then the telecommunications and services sectors by 0.09% and 0.02%, respectively.
17 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, topped by “Ras Al Khaimah White Cement and Construction Materials Company” by 9.33%, then “Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries” by 4.83%, then shares in Ishraq Investment Company by 4.17%, and 9 shares declined, topped by one share. “Sharjah Insurance Company” by 9.74%, then shares of “Abu Dhabi Ship Building Company” by 1.45%, then share of “Agthia Group” by 0.92%, while the share of “International Holding Company” issued the list of the most active by value, amounting to 546.7 million dirhams, The stock rose 0.22%.
The Kuwait Stock Exchange indices varied, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, as the general market index declined by 0.09%, losing 5.07 points to close at 5948.51 points, and the first market index fell by 0.16%, losing 10.32 points to close at 6519.72 points, while the main market index rose By 0.15%, a winner of 7.08 points to close at 4812.44 points, and the main 50 index rose 0.26%, winning 12.96 points, to close at 4991.34 points.
The volume of trading at the close of transactions amounted to about 309.4 million shares worth 33.5 million Kuwaiti dinars through the implementation of 10.8 thousand deals, and 6 sectors fell on the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by the insurance sector by 2.24%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.48%, followed by the utilities sector by 0.37%, then the commodities sector. Consumer services by 0.34%, then the banking sector by 0.24%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.01%, while the technology sector rose by 1.16%, then the consumer services sector by 0.83%, then the financial services sector by 0.65%, then the industry and basic materials sectors by 0.48%. %, 0.38%, respectively, and then the Energy Sector by 0.13%.
Muscat Securities Market retreated, at the conclusion of the trading session on Sunday, as the Muscat Market Index (30) fell by 0.660%, losing 24.294 points to close at 3683.622 points, and the trading volume reached 22.3 million shares worth 3.4 million riyals through the implementation of 1032 deals for 43 Shares.
Thirteen shares rose, led by “Oman Investment and Finance” by 6.25%, then “Oman Cables Industry” by 5.19%, then “Al Jazeera Steel Products” by 4.33%, while 19 shares declined, led by the “National Aluminum Products” by 4.33%. 9.91%, then shares of “Al Batinah Development and Investment” by 9.84%, then share “Vision Insurance” by 8.54%, while the share of “Bank Muscat” topped the list of the most active by value amounting to 1.1 million Omani riyals.
The general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange, at the conclusion of the trading session on Sunday, decreased by 1.27%, losing 138.10 points to close at the level of 10760.96 points, and the trading volume reached 156.5 million shares worth 387.6 million riyals through the implementation of 8868 deals, 37 shares declined, 11 shares rose, and one share stabilized. One.
7 sectors fell on the Qatar Stock Exchange, on top of which the industries sector fell by 1.5%, followed by the banking and financial services sector by 1.18%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 1.05%, then the goods and consumer services sector by 0.79%, then the insurance sector by 0.36%, then the transport and real estate sectors by 0.36%. 0.08% and 0.05%, respectively.