Variation in performance.. Harvest of Arab stock exchanges during Wednesday’s session

Variation in performance.. Harvest of Arab stock exchanges during Wednesday’s session
Variation in performance.. Harvest of Arab stock exchanges during Wednesday’s session

witnessed Arab stock exchanges A state of discrepancy at the conclusion of Thursday’s session, and we review the performance of the Arab stock exchanges during the session as follows.
Dubai stock exchange

The Egyptian Stock Exchange concluded, at the close of trading, the general index of the Dubai Financial Market declined by 1.14%, losing 31.89 points, to close at 2751.50 points.

The trading volume at the close of trading was 75 million shares, achieving a value of 150.4 million dirhams, through executing 2564 transactions for 34 shares.

4 sectors on the Dubai Stock Exchange fell, led by banks by 2.16%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.74%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 0.3%, and then the transportation sector by 0.13%.

And 3 sectors on the Dubai Stock Exchange rose, led by the investment and financial services sector by 0.60%, then the insurance sector by 0.48%, and then the services sector by 0.08%.

And 15 shares rose on the Dubai Stock Exchange, led by Emirates Refreshments Company by 3.49%, then Al-Ramz Corporation for Investment and Development by 2.81%.

And 15 shares fell on the Dubai Stock Exchange, led by the National International Holding Company by 5.26%, then Emirates NBD by 3.73%.

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The Bahrain Stock Exchange concluded the trading session on Wednesday, with the general index of the Bahrain Stock Exchange down 0.19%, losing 3.27 points, to close at 1,700.36 points.

The trading volume at the close of trading amounted to 4.8 million shares, with a value of 879.2 thousand Bahraini dinars.

The Bahrain Stock Exchange, the financial sector, declined by 18.85%, due to the pressure of the decline in the shares of Al Salam Bank-Bahrain, Ahli United Bank, GFH Financial Group, National Bank of Bahrain by 1.21%, 0.54%, 0.48%, 0.16%, respectively, then the industries sector by A decrease of 13.82%, due to the pressure of the downfall of Nass Corporation by 7.69%.

The basic materials sector increased by 13.78%, led by the rise of the Bahrain Aluminum Company by 0.43%, then the telecommunications sector by 1.02%, driven by the rise in the share of Zain Bahrain by 0.8%, and the Arab Banking Corporation by 0.29%.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange concluded Wednesday’s trading session with a collective decline of all indices.

The general market index fell by 0.08%, losing 5.46 points, to close at the level of 6871.21 points, and the first market index decreased by 0.14%, losing 10.18 points, to close at the level of 7478.10 points, and the main market index rose by 0.10%, winning 5.40 points, to close at 5683.13 points, and the main market index rose by 0.10%, winning 5.40 points, to close at 5683.13 points. Major 50 increased by 0.03%, gaining 1.96 points, to close at 5929.83 points.

The trading volume at the close of trading amounted to about 328.4 million shares, with a value of 44 million Kuwaiti dinars, through the implementation of 12.5 thousand deals.

Seven sectors in the Kuwait Stock Exchange fell, led by technology by 1.44%, followed by the consumer services sector by 0.32%, followed by the energy sector by 0.30%, then the financial services sector by 0.21%, then the banking sector by 0.15%, then the industrial sector by 0.09%, The basic materials sector is followed by 0.06%.

5 sectors in the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by the consumer goods sector by 0.87%, then the utilities sector by 0.42%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.25%, then the real estate sector by 0.18%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.11%.

Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange concluded the trading session on Wednesday, with the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, down 0.44%, losing 33.71 points, to close at 7654.831 points.

The market capital lost one billion dirhams to close at 1.387 trillion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 260.6 million shares, with a value of 1.7 billion dirhams, through the implementation of 21.6 thousand transactions.

5 sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange fell, led by the energy sector by 1.66%, followed by the consumer goods sector by 1.33%, followed by the banking sector by 0.86%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.29%, then the real estate sector by 0.28%.

The services sector rose by 0.24%, followed by the industry sector by 0.22%, then the insurance sector by 0.18%, and then the investment and financial services sector by 0.11%.

17 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the “Abu Dhabi National Company for Building Materials” by 10.15%, then the “Sharjah Group” by 6.38%, and then the “Sharjah Cement and Industrial Development Company” share by 4.84%.

22 shares fell on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by “Ras Al Khaimah Poultry Company” by 10%, then “Dar Finance Company” by 5.33%, and then “ASG Stallions Emirates Group” by 2.48%.

Saudi stock market

The general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI”, at the close of trading today, Wednesday, increased by 0.14%, gaining 16.35 points, to close at the level of 11,571.88 points, while the parallel market index – growth by 0.15%, losing 36.05 points, to close at the level of 23678.81 points, and the trading volume reached 291.5 million shares worth 8.4 billion riyals.

Eight sectors in the Saudi stock market rose, led by applications and technology services by 2.23%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 2.21%, followed by the food retail sector by 1.17%, then the real estate management and development sector by 0.87%, then the investment and finance sector by 0.54%, then the real estate management and development sector by 0.54%. The energy sector increased by 0.29%, and finally the banking and insurance sectors increased by 0.25%.

The public utilities sector declined by 1.1%, then the long-term goods sector by 0.97%, then the capital goods and media and entertainment sectors by 0.85%, then the commercial and professional services sector by 0.82%, then the luxury goods retail sector by 0.78%.

 
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