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The stock exchanges of Saudi Arabia, Muscat and Qatar retreated in Thursday's session ... and the UAE and Bahrain rose


The Gulf stock exchanges varied, during the trading session on Thursday, the end of the week's sessions, as the general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI" decreased by 0.23%, losing 23.80 points to close at 10228.35 points, and the Muscat Securities Market fell by 0.010%, losing 0.440 points to close At 3810.022 points, the general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange decreased by 0.01%, losing 1.14 points, to close at 10895.72 points.

 

While the general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose by 0.51%, winning 13.75 points to close at 2663.93 points, and the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange rose by 0.59%, winning 36.15 points to close at 6152.093 points, and gaining market capital of 6.9 billion dirhams at the level of 897.346 billion dirhams, and the general index of the Bahrain Financial Market jumped 0.51%, winning 7.78 points, to close at 1521.77 points, and the Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes increased.

 

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI", at the end of the trading session on Thursday, decreased by 0.23%, losing 23.80 points to close at 10228.35 points, while the parallel market index - growth by 0.78%, winning 197.80 points to close at 25655.06 points, and the trading volume reached 245.6 million shares worth 6.7 billion riyals.

 

18 sectors fell in the Saudi stock market, led by the food retail sector by 3.04%, followed by the public utilities sector by 1.93%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 1.36%, then the pharmaceutical sector by 1.26%, then the food production sector by 0.92%, then the management and development sector. Real estate by 0.72%, then the investment, finance and insurance sectors by 0.71%, then the transport sector by 0.7%, then the commercial and professional services sector by 0.56%, then the long-term goods and consumer services sectors by 0.48%, then the traded real estate funds sector by 0.44%, Then the health care sector by 0.43%, while the media and entertainment sector increased by 0.71%, then the basic materials sector by 0.52%, then the luxury goods sector by 0.24%.

 

57 shares jumped during today's trading session, led by "Sipchem International" by 3.85%, then "Al-Jazira REIT" by 3.76%, then "Saudi Kayan" by 3.07%, and 133 shares fell, on top of which is "Seiko" by 6.75% Then the "Tabuk Agricultural" share increased by 5.27%, then the "Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets" share by 3.96%, while the "Al-Rajhi" share topped the most active list by value and amounted to 441.6 million Saudi riyals.


Muscat Stock Exchange

The Muscat Securities Market retreated, at the end of the trading session on Thursday, as the Muscat Market Index (30) fell by 0.010%, losing 0.440 points to close at 3810.022 points, and the trading volume reached 10.4 million shares worth 2.04 million riyals through the implementation of 696 deals for 57 shares .

 

15 shares rose, led by "Arab Insurance Falcon" by 9.38%, then "Oman Investment Bond" by 3.66%, then by "National Aluminum Products" by 3.64%, and 13 shares fell, on top of which is "SMN Power Holding". By 7.14%, then shares of "Oman and Emirates Holding" by 4.17%, then shares of "Eastern Investment Holding" by 2.13%, while the share of "Bank Muscat" issued the list of the most active by value, amounting to 485.7 thousand Omani riyals.


Qatar Stock Exchange

The general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange, at the end of the trading session on Thursday, decreased by 0.01%, losing 1.14 points to close at 10895.72 points, and trading volume reached 402.6 million shares worth 616.8 million riyals through the implementation of 11.6 thousand transactions, 22 shares declined, 25 shares rose, and 3 stabilized. stocks.

 

The communications and transportation sectors on the Qatar Stock Exchange fell by 0.93% and 0.38%, respectively, while the insurance sector increased by 0.58%, followed by the goods and consumer services sector by 0.35%, followed by the industries sector by 0.2%, then the banking and financial services and real estate sectors by 0.04%.


Dubai Stock Exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market, at the end of the trading session on Thursday, increased by 0.51%, winning 13.75 points to close at 2663.93 points, and the trading volume reached 76.2 million shares, achieving a value of 103.8 million dirhams through the implementation of 1725 transactions for 33 shares, and 6 sectors rose in the stock exchange Dubai led by communications by 1.35%, followed by the commodities sector by 1.19%, followed by the banking sector by 1.01%, then the insurance sector by 0.53%, then the investment and financial services and real estate sectors by 0.37% and 0.20%, respectively, while the transport and services sectors declined. By 0.9% and 0.69%, respectively.

 

11 shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange, at the end of the Thursday session, headed by Ektitab Holding Company by 14.76%, then Emirates Refreshments Company by 12.29%, and 12 shares fell, on top of which is Gulf Navigation Holding Company by 1.56%, then Shuaa Capital Company by 1.45%. While Aramex topped the list of the most traded trades by value, with a volume of 5 million papers valued at 20.1 million dirhams, the share declined by 0.97%.


Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market increased, at the end of the trading session on Thursday, by 0.59%, a winner of 36.15 points, to close at 6152.093 points, and a profit of 6.9 billion dirhams at the level of 897.346 billion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 189.3 million shares worth 1.3 billion dirhams By executing 3,179 transactions.

 

4 sectors rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the investment and financial services sector by 3.11%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 0.75%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.5%, then the insurance sector by 0.13%, while the consumer goods sector declined by 0.70%, then the industrial sector by 0.70%. 0.57%, then the services sector by 0.27%, then the energy and insurance sectors by 0.05% and 0.04%, respectively.

 


14 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by "International Holding Company" by 3.3%, then by "Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for Distribution" by 2.38%, then by "Bank of Sharjah" by 1.79%, and 15 shares declined, led by the share of "Abu Company." Abu Dhabi National Takaful "by 10%, then the share of" Abu Dhabi National Building Materials Company "by 9.74%, then the share of" Dana Gas "by 5.49%, while the share of" Aldar Real Estate Company "topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 453.2 million dirhams .

 


Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market increased, at the end of the trading session on Thursday, by 0.51%, winning 7.78 points to close at 1521.77 points, and the trading volume reached 2.3 million shares worth 555.1 thousand Bahraini dinars, and the Bahrain Stock Exchange commercial banking sector rose by a growth rate of 20.78% driven by the rise of one share Al Salam Bank-Bahrain increased by 1.54%, Ahli United Bank increased by 1.42%, then the industry sector increased by 15.71% driven by the rise in Aluminum Bahrain Company by 1.56%, then the investment sector increased by 1.61% driven by the rise of the share of Inovest by 14.48%, and the stock rose Nass Company, Seef Properties by 2.22% and 0.64%, respectively.

 

While the services sector declined by 1.13%, due to the pressure of Bahrain Telecommunications Company-Batelco by 0.17%, and the shares of Khaleeji Commercial Bank, National Bank of Bahrain by 2% and 0.83%, respectively.

 

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes rose, at the end of the trading session on Thursday, as the general market index rose by 0.31%, winning 19.51 points to close at 6252.48 points, and the first market index jumped by 0.34%, winning 23.18 points to close at 6781 points, and the main market index increased by 0.22 A profit of 11.57 points to close at 5226.70 points, and a major index of 50 rose 0.43%, winning 23.09 points, to close at 5433.71 points.

 

The volume of trading at the close of transactions amounted to about 719.6 million shares worth 111.8 million Kuwaiti dinars through the implementation of 20.7 thousand transactions, and 7 sectors rose in the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by consumer goods by 1.48%, followed by the insurance sector by 1.45%, followed by the financial services sector by 1.16%, then the sector. Banks by 0.55%, then the utilities sector by 0.39%, then the real estate sector by 0.24%, then the consumer services sector by 0.15%, while the industrial sector declined by 1.18%, then the technology sector by 0.95%, then the energy sector by 0.33%, then The basic materials sector by 0.25%, then the health care sector by 0.11%.

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