The stock exchanges of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Oman rise within a week … and the UAE is losing 9.6 billion dirhams

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Soared Gulf Stock ExchangesDuring the sessions of the week ending, the last sessions of the month of April, with the exception of the fall of the UAE markets and losing 9.6 billion dirhams, and the high stock exchanges topped the general index of the stock market SaudiBy 2.81%, a winner of 284.90 points, to close at 10418.98 points, and the Kuwait Stock Exchange General Index rose 1.40%, winning 84.63 points, to close at 6113.60 points.

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market rose, during the sessions of the week ending, by 2.81%, winning 284.90 points, to close at 10418.98 points, and trading volume reached 1.8 billion shares worth 48 billion riyals through the execution of 1.7 million transactions, and the market capital closed at 9.656 trillion Saudi riyals. .

“Tasnee” by 13.61%, then “Suleiman Al-Habib” by 12.84%, then “Swicorp Wabel REIT” by 12.63%, while the declining shares topped the list of shares, “Saderat” by 10.56%, then share “Eastern Development” by 9.39%, then shares of “tubes” by 9.33%, while “Al-Rajhi” topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 3 billion Saudi riyals.

UAE markets

While the general index of the Dubai Financial Market declined, during the sessions of the week ending, by 0.8%, losing 20.71 points to close at 2605 points, and the market capital lost 690 million dirhams, to close at 363.84 billion dirhams.

On the Dubai Stock Exchange, the banking sector fell by 0.4%, with pressure from Dubai Islamic Bank by 0.44%, Emirates NBD by 4%, and then the real estate sector by 2.5%, under pressure to drop the share of Emaar Properties by 0.79%.

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market fell, during the sessions of the week ending, by 0.9%, losing 54 points to close at 6047 points, and the market capital lost 9 billion dirhams, to close at 881.42 billion dirhams.

The Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, the banking sector, fell by 1.1%, under the pressure of First Abu Dhabi Bank’s shares, by 0.97%, and Aldar Properties’s shares, by 1.96%.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes rose, during the sessions of the week ending, for the fifth week in a row, as the general market index rose 1.40%, winning 84.63 points to close at 6113.60 points, and the first market index jumped by 0.50%, winning 32.91 points to close at 6623.17 points. The main market increased by 4.24%, winning 208.68 points, to close at 5127.49 points, and “major 50” rose 3.92%, winning 200.01 points, to close at 5303.39 points.

The volume of trading on the Kuwait Stock Exchange reached 1.911 billion shares, worth 336.52 million dinars, through the implementation of 78,152 thousand transactions.

Muscat Stock Exchange

The general index of the Muscat Market rose, during the sessions of the week ending, by 1.12%, winning 41.799 points, to close at 3761.01 points, and trading volume reached 133.55 million shares, valued at 54.75 million riyals, and the market capital gained 391.42 million riyals, to close at 21.033 billion riyals.

The list of rising shares at the Muscat Stock Exchange was topped by the “Oman Cables Industry” by 22.35%, then by “Al-Jazirah Steel” by 18.84%, then by the “Oman Finance” by 11.63%, while the declining shares topped the “Building Materials Industry” by 6.67%. %, Then shares of “Qatar Insurance” by 4.35%, then share of “City for Investment” by 4.35%.





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