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[size=36]Arab bourses climb the last session of the week[/size]
Follow-up - Mawazin News The
majority of Arab stock indexes ended Thursday's trading session last week, on the rise, as Bursa, Iraq, Oman, Muscat, Bahrain joined the parallel market - Growth, Abu Dhabi Securities Market, Dubai Financial Market, Qatar In contrast, Bursa, the Saudi market - "Tasi, Palestine, joined the red list, while the Egyptian and Kuwaiti were different.
In Egypt, Egyptian stock indexes ended in a mixed trading session. The benchmark EGX30 index rose by 0.08% at 14876 points, while the index of the medium and small companies EGX70 fell by 0.68% to end the session at 658.74 points, and the broader index of the EGX 100 by 0.55% To 1682 points, while the index rose the weights of the Aegean X 50 by 0.1%, at the level of 2319 points.
The market capitalization during the session today about one billion pounds, to close at 810.40 billion pounds, compared to 809.40 billion pounds by the end of trading on Wednesday.
A total of 253.32 million shares changed hands during today's session with a turnover of EGP 1.21 billion, through 16.8 thousand transactions.
The day's session saw 173 stocks advancing, 61 of them shares, while 41 others remained at the previous closing price, and 71 shares declined.
Egyptian investors tended to sell shares and bonds to sell, recording a net value of EGP 365.52 million. Arab investors tended towards buying, recording a net value of EGP 369.44 million. Foreign investors tended to sell, recording a net value of AED 3.91 million fairy.
In Saudi Arabia, the Saudi index - "Tasi" ended trading session down by 0.5%, at 9197 points, amid trading worth about 2.9 billion dollars.
The MT-30 index, which measures the performance of large companies in the Saudi market, fell 0.5% to 1,369 points.
While the parallel market index - "growth" of the trading session rose by 0.2%, at the level of 3696 points, amid the value of trading amounted to about 1.1 million riyals.
The "top-line growth" index rose 0.3% to 3,367 points.
In Kuwait, the indices closed the trading session in contrast, where the index "the public market" by 0.61%, the index "main market" by 0.75%, and the index "the first market" by 1.13%.
Liquidity stood at KD 42.63 million, while volumes declined 3.3% to 207.17 million.
In the UAE, the Dubai Financial Market index ended the trading session higher by 0.02%, at 2814 points, the center of the value of trading amounted to about 298 million dirhams. It
was trading on the shares of 36 companies, including shares fell 14 companies, shares of 16 companies rose, while stabilized shares of 6 companies
as Abu Dhabi Securities market index ended the trading session, on the rise by 1.05%, at the level of 5292 points, the center of the value of trading amounted to about AED 284 million.
In Bahrain, the index ended bourse trading session higher by 0.10% , At 1446 points, gaining 1.45 points.
Trading volume reached 9.55 million shares, while liquidity increased to 3.01 million dinars. The market value of the stock exchange was KD 8.869 billion.
In Qatar, the general index of the bourse closed trading session rose by 0.39%, at the level of 10348 points, winning about 40.02 points.
Liquidity shrank to SAR 234.30 million, and volumes fell by 12.34 million shares.
In Oman, the Muscat Securities Market ended the trading session up by 0.08%, at 3980 points, winning about 3.1 points.
The volume of trading decreased to 16.46 million shares, while trading value dropped to 2.35 million riyals.
In Iraq, the general index of the bourse closed up 0.68% at 459 points, gaining 3.09 points.
The shares of 23 companies were traded, including the shares of 4 companies, and the shares of 7 companies, while stabilized shares of 12 companies.
The value of trading amounted to about 644,941,013 dinars, while the number of shares about 882,042,634 shares.
The number of shares purchased by non-Iraqi investors amounted to 1.423 million shares valued at about 4.282 million dinars through the implementation of 6 deals on the shares of one company.
The number of shares sold by non-Iraqi investors amounted to 7.568 million shares valued at 22.647 million dinars through the implementation of 16 transactions, the shares of one company.
The number of shares purchased from non-Iraqi investors in the second market 20 million shares worth 54 million dinars through the implementation of four deals, the shares of one company.
The number of shares sold by non-Iraqi investors in the second market 20.278 million shares valued at 54.750 million dinars, through the implementation of 8 deals on the shares of one company.
In Palestine, the indices of the stock market closed the trading session down, with the index of Jerusalem by 0.03%, at 531.09 points, losing about 0.16 points.
The general index fell 0.05% to 295.56 points, losing 0.16 points.
The shares of 16 companies were traded, including the shares of 5 companies, and the shares of 7 companies, while stabilizing the shares of 4 companies.
The traded value reached about 1,433,380 dollars, while the volume of about 786,547 shares.
In Jordan, the general index of the Amman Stock Exchange ended the trading session up by 0.14%, at the level of 1899 points.
Trading volume reached KD 4.3 million, while trading value was about 3.5 million shares.
The shares of 105 companies were traded, including shares of 37 companies, shares fell 39 companies, while shares stabilized 29 companies. Ended 29/6 n
Iraq joined the parallel market
[size=14]Parallel market.Market performed in a course other than the official course.
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