Thursday, May 6, 2021 – 3:01 PM
ABU DHABI, May 6, (WAM) – The UAE financial markets ended their transactions on the last day of the week, with a further increase that coincided with an increase in the volume of circulated liquidity, which reached nearly 1.44 billion dirhams.
The market value of the shares of traded companies succeeded in achieving gains of approximately 9.3 billion dirhams at the end of trading, which witnessed the rise of general indices to good levels paving the way for more rises during the next week.
The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange closed higher by 0.59% at 6152 points, while the general index of the Dubai Financial Market closed at 2663 points, with a growth of 0.51% compared to the previous day.
The high share of the International Holding Company returned to 94 dirhams to lead the activity in the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange after the company announced its financial data for the first quarter of the year 2021 … and the value of the deals concluded on the share exceeded 453 million dirhams.
Etisalat’s shares rose to 21.46 dirhams, while ADNOC Distribution jumped to 4.74 dirhams, amid transactions worth about 141 million dirhams, on his part, the Aldar’s share rose to 3.56 dirhams with deals worth 260 million dirhams.
The value of transactions in the capital market amounted to about 1.34 billion dirhams, while the concluded deals reached 3,179 deals.
In the Dubai Financial Market, Emirates NBD’s shares rose to 12.45 dirhams, giving a strong boost to the market, which also witnessed a rise in the prices of a segment of other leading stocks, including Emaar Malls, to 1.93 dirhams.
Dubai Islamic Bank shares settled at 4.50 dirhams and the market share at 1.09 dirhams.
The value of liquidity traded on the Dubai market reached about 103 million dirhams, executed through 1725 transactions, as shown by the daily monitoring of transactions.
WAM / Nasser Aref / Reda Abdel Nour