The stock exchanges of Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Bahrain fell in Tuesday’s session… and the rise of Kuwait and Dubai

The stock exchanges of Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Bahrain fell in Tuesday’s session… and the rise of Kuwait and Dubai
The stock exchanges of Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Bahrain fell in Tuesday’s session… and the rise of Kuwait and Dubai

The performance of the Gulf stock exchanges varied, during today’s trading session, the middle of the week’s sessions, as the general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI” decreased by 0.36%, losing 43.15 points, to close at 11846.69 points, and the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, by 0.39%. Losing 30.89 points to close at 7902.985 points, and the market capital lost 5 billion dirhams to close at 1.418 trillion dirhams.

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market decreased by 0.21%, losing 3.62 points, to close at 1735.56 points, and the general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange, by 1.08%, losing 127.78 points, to close at the level of 11706.40 points, while the general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose by 0.01%, gaining 0.45 point to close at 2866.12 points, and the Kuwait Stock Exchange indices rose.

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI”, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, decreased by 0.36%, losing 43.15 points, to close at the level of 11,846.69 points, while the parallel market index – growth increased by 0.36%, winning 86.17 points, to close at the level of 23951.23 points, and the trading volume reached 156.8 million shares worth 5.9 billion riyals.

12 sectors in the Saudi stock market fell, led by health care by 1.33%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 1.12%, followed by the public utilities sector by 1.04%, then the applications and technology services sector by 0.66%, then the banking and long-term commodities sectors by 0.55%, 0.53 %, respectively, then the pharmaceutical sector by 0.46%, then the basic materials and transportation sectors by 0.38%, 0.31%, respectively, then the insurance and energy sectors by 0.2%, and finally the management and development of real estate by 0.18%, while the media and entertainment sector increased by 3.96 %, then the food retail sector by 1.38%, then the consumer services sector by 1.19%, then the commercial and professional services sector by 1.12%.

86 shares jumped during today’s trading session, led by “Herfy Food” by 6.57%, then “Research and Media” share by 4.19%, then “Amiantit” share by 2.92%, and 101 shares declined, led by “Saudi Fransi” by 3.24%. Then the “Suleiman Al-Habib” share by 2.78%, then the “MIS” share by 2.31%, while the “Al-Rajhi” share topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 384.1 million Saudi riyals.

Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, decreased by 0.39%, losing 30.89 points, to close at the level of 7902.985 points, and the market capital lost 5 billion dirhams to close at the level of 1.418 trillion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 413.3 million shares, with a value of 1.9 billion dirhams, through the implementation of 11.5 thousand deals.

Seven sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange fell, led by consumer goods by 1.77%, followed by the insurance sector by 1.21%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.65%, then the investment and financial services sector by 0.51%, then the industry and insurance sectors by 0.44%, and finally the communications sector by 0.39 The energy and services sectors increased by 0.85% and 0.5%, respectively.

25 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by “Bank of Sharjah” by 14.94%, then “Manazil Company” by 7.43%, then “Sharjah Cement and Industrial Development Company” by 6.81%, and 22 shares fell, led by “United Arab Bank” “Ras Al Khaimah White Cement and Construction Materials Company” by 9.91%, then “Ras Al Khaimah White Cement and Construction Materials Company” share by 9.68%, then “Al Wathba National Insurance Company” share by 9.4%, while “First Abu Dhabi Bank” topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 344.3 million dirhams. .

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, decreased by 0.21%, losing 3.62 points, to close at 1735.56 points, and the trading volume reached 5.2 million shares, with a value of 1.02 million Bahraini dinars. The shares of Gulf Hotels Group, Bahrain National Holding Company, decreased by 1.54% and 0.24%, respectively. Then the financial sector, with a decrease of 13.29%, under pressure of a decline in the share of Ahli United Bank by 1.04%, then the industrial sector, with a decrease of 9.42%, under pressure of a decline in the share of IBM Terminals Bahrain by 0.38%.

The basic materials sector decreased by 4.59%, due to the pressure of a decline in the shares of Aluminum Bahrain by 0.14%, then the communications sector by a decrease of 3.94%, due to the pressure of a decline in Bahrain Telecommunications – Batelco by 0.17%, while the shares of the Gulf Commercial Bank, GFH Financial Group, rose by 0.17%. , Al Salam Bank-Bahrain, Bahrain Cinema Company, National Bank of Bahrain by 4.11%, 3.95%, 1.19%, 0.53%, 0.33%, respectively.

Qatar Stock Exchange

The general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange fell, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, by 1.08%, losing 127.78 points, to close at 11706.40 points, and the trading volume reached 149.1 million shares, valued at 463 million riyals, through the implementation of 11950 deals, 40 shares declined, 8 shares rose, and one share stabilized. .

Seven sectors on the Qatar Stock Exchange decreased, led by industries by 1.6 percent, followed by the transportation sector by 1.41%, followed by the real estate, banking and financial services sectors by 0.75%, then the communications sector by 0.66%, then the insurance sector by 0.51%, and finally the consumer goods and services sector by 0.4 %.

Dubai stock exchange

While the general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, by 0.01%, gaining 0.45 points, to close at 2866.12 points, and the trading volume reached 172.6 million shares, achieving a value of 271.6 million dirhams through the implementation of 4307 transactions for 33 shares, and 6 sectors rose. In the Dubai Stock Exchange, the industry was led by 3.91%, followed by the services sector by 1.46%, followed by the insurance sector by 1.10%, then the real estate sector by 0.91%, then the commodities sector by 0.06%, and finally the banking sector by 0.01%, while the transport and communications sectors declined by 1.97%, 1.90%, respectively, then the investment and financial services sector with 0.21%.

And 18 shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange, at the conclusion of Tuesday’s session, led by the Dubai National Insurance and Reinsurance Company by 14.63%, then Ajman Bank by 5.63%, and 9 shares, led by Aramex, by 3.40%, and then by Ithmaar Holding Company by 2.41%. Meanwhile, the share of Emaar Properties topped the list of the most traded shares by value, with a volume of 18.5 million notes, with a value of 75.7 million dirhams.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indices also rose, during today’s trading session, as the general market index rose by 0.09%, gaining 6.26 points, to close at 6999.16 points, and the first market index jumped by 0.05%, winning 3.76 points, to close at the level of 7,561.82 points, and the main market index increased by 0.21%, gaining 12.21 points, to close at the level of 5918.22 points, and the main index 50 rose by 0.30%, winning 18.08 points, to close at the level of 6091.84 points.

The trading volume at the close of transactions amounted to about 742.2 million shares, with a value of 98.8 million Kuwaiti dinars, through the implementation of 22.1 thousand transactions. 9 sectors in the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by technology, rose 3.09%, then the consumer services sector by 1.37%, followed by the energy sector by 1.10%, followed by the care sector The health sector increased by 0.77%, then the utilities sector by 0.43%, then the real estate sector by 0.38%, then the industry sector by 0.26%, and finally the insurance and banking sectors by 0.11%, 0.07%, respectively, while the consumer goods sector decreased by 0.53%, then The basic materials sector increased by 0.43%, then the communications sector by 0.32%, and finally the financial services sector by 0.04%.

 
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