Emirates News Agency – 1.74 billion dirhams, liquidity of the Emirati financial markets during the mid-week session


ABU DHABI, June 14 / WAM / The UAE financial markets succeeded in overcoming the stage of “feeling the pulse” that controlled its movement last Sunday, and its general indicators returned to rise again during the mid-week session, amid a rise in the value of the traded liquidity, which amounted to about 1.74 billion dirhams at the close of trading. .

The indices’ resumption of their upward march came with the support of intensive buying operations on a segment of the leading stocks, especially those listed in the real estate and banking sectors, which raised the value of the markets’ gains.

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose by 0.90%, reaching 2,868 points, which is a new level that the market is succeeding in reaching, which means, according to technical analysis data, that it is on its way to achieving new breakthroughs in the coming days.

In the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, the general index closed at 6,736 points, an increase of 0.51% compared to the previous day.

The share of Emaar Properties listed on the Dubai market witnessed a strong activity, rising to 4.13 dirhams amid strong trading, followed in the same direction by the market share to 1.21 dirhams, as well as the Emirates NBD share rose to 13.80 dirhams and Dubai Investments 1.74 dirhams.

The value of the deals concluded in Dubai rose to more than 312 million dirhams, while the number of traded shares reached 185 million shares executed through 3,552 deals.

In the capital market, the shares of International Holdings rose to 97 dirhams, amid trading worth more than 414 million dirhams, and First Abu Dhabi Bank shares rose to 16.88 dirhams, Etisalat shares 22.20 dirhams, and ADNOC Distribution 4.40 dirhams.

The value of trading in Abu Dhabi jumped to approximately 1.426 billion dirhams, and the number of traded shares reached 321 million dirhams, implemented through 5283 transactions.

WAM/Nasser Arif/Abdul Nasser Moneim


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