direct: The general index of the Muscat market ended trading today, Monday, up 0.18 percent, closing at 4778.95 point, with a gain of 8.47 points, compared to its levels in yesterday’s Sunday session.
Today, the index supported the rise of the services and industry sectors, with the first rising by 0.59 percent, with Phoenix Energy leading the gainers by 6.38 percent, and the rise of National Gas by 1 percent.
The industrial sector index also rose 0.2 percent, driven by a rise in Al-Jazeera Steel by 2.22 percent, and Oman Cement rose by 0.66 percent.
Limiting the rise in the financial sector today, Khaleejia mushroom shares advanced over the decliners by 9.5 percent.
On the other hand, the financial sector index declined by 0.03 percent, under pressure from the share of Muscat Finance United Finance, which declined by the same rate of 1.56 percent, and the decline in aluminum products by 1.52 percent.
Today’s trading volume decreased to 4.35 million shares, compared to 6.21 million shares in the previous session.
The value of trading also decreased to 777.82 thousand riyals, compared to about 1.11 million riyals in yesterday’s session, Sunday.
Bank Muscat topped the active shares in terms of volume and value today, with 1.52 million shares trading, with a value of 424.69 thousand riyals.
Industry and financial stocks declined in the Muscat index during Sunday’s session--
The Muscat index declines 1.66% in a week…and market losses amount to 94.6 million riyals-
The leaders are retreating in the Muscat index at the end of Thursday’s trading
Services shares rise in the Muscat index during Wednesday’s session
The leaders are retreating in the Muscat Index at the end of Monday’s trading
Industry and financial stocks declined in the Muscat index during Sunday’s session
Services and industry stocks rise in the Muscat index, Wednesday’s session
Muscat index rises 0.23% in a week.. with the support of the financial sector
Today is a holiday on the Muscat Stock Exchange on the occasion of the accession of the Sultan of Oman to power
Muscat Index ends its dealings higher with the support of the leading banks