Gulf bourses diverged on Monday’s session … and the UAE markets...

Gulf bourses diverged on Monday’s session … and the UAE markets...
Gulf bourses diverged on Monday’s session … and the UAE markets...
Gulf stock markets differed, at the end of the trading session on Monday, as the general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI” rose by 0.98%, winning 79.91 points to close at 8257.67 points, and the general index of the Bahrain Financial Market rose by 0.30%, gaining 4.31 points, to close at 1440.60. Point, the Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes jumped, except for the main market index,

While the general index of the Financial Market fell by 0.88%, losing 19.95 points to close at 2224.68 points, and the market capital lost 2.1 billion dirhams to close at the level of 311.59 billion dirhams, and the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange fell by 0.11%, losing 5.16 points to close at The level of 4487.743 points, and the market capital fell to about 5.5 billion dirhams, to close at 672.339 billion dirhams, to lose the UAE markets 7.6 billion dirhams, and the Muscat Market Index (30) fell by 0.07%, losing 2.42 points to close at 3592.690 points.


Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market, “the TASI”, rose by 0.98%, winning 79.91 points, to close at 8257.67 points, while the parallel market index fell – growth by 1.83%, losing 264.72 points to close at 14212.64 points, and the trading volume reached 505.8 million shares worth 11.4 billion riyals.

15 sectors rose in the Saudi market, led by the insurance sector by 2.48%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 1.89%, followed by the energy sector by 1.81%, then the capital goods sector by 1.41%, then the real estate management and development sector by 1.36%, then the media and entertainment sector by 1.32%. %, Then the food production sector by 1.18%, then the transport sector by 0.91%, then the health care and basic materials sectors by 0.89% and 0.82%, respectively, while the luxury goods retail sector declined by 0.99%, then the real estate traded funds sector by 0.83%. Then the public utilities sector by 0.64%, then the applications and technology services sector by 0.23%.

134 shares jumped during today’s trading session, led by “fish” by 9.96%, then by “Tihama” by 9.90%, then by “care” by 9.90%, while 55 stocks fell, led by “Anaam Holding” by 4%, Then the “Amiantit” share by 2.57%, then the “Bunyan REIT” share by 2.27%, while the “fish” share topped the most active list by value, amounting to 789.5 million Saudi riyals.

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market increased, at the end of the trading session on Monday, by 0.30%, a profit of 4.31 points to close at 1440.60 points, and the trading volume reached 4.5 million shares, valued at 592.8 thousand Bahraini dinars, and the Bahrain Stock Exchange commercial banking sector rose by a growth rate of 14.76% driven by the rise of one share Ahli United Bank by 1.28%, then the services sector with a growth rate of 9.12% driven by the rise of Bahrain Telecommunications Company – Batelco by 1.06%, then the investment sector declined by 0.93% due to the pressure of GFH Financial Group falling by 1.29%, and it fell Shares of Ithmaar Holding Company, Al Salam Bank-Bahrain, BBK, Zain Bahrain, 6.85%, 1.33%, 0.99% and 0.97%, respectively.


Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes rose, at the end of today’s session, with the exception of the main market index, as the general market index rose by 0.06%, winning 3.57 points to close at 5597.57 points, and the first market index jumped by 0.11%, winning 7.06 points to close at 6212.33 points, while The main market index fell by 0.08%, losing 3.67 points, to close at 4375.88 points, and the main 50 index increased by 0.06%, gaining 2.56 points, to close at 4421.04 points.

The volume of trading at the close of transactions amounted to about 342.5 million shares worth 54.3 million Kuwaiti dinars through the implementation of 13.6 thousand transactions, and 7 sectors rose in the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by the utility sector by 1.23%, followed by the industry sector by 0.74%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 0.47%, then the real estate sector. By 0.39%, then the oil and gas sectors and consumer goods by 0.21% and 0.17%, respectively, then the basic materials sector by 0.07%, while the technology sector decreased by 4.66%, then the insurance sector by 2.87%, then the consumer services sector by 0.79% Then the banking sector increased by 0.04%.

The shares of Monshahat Real Estate Projects Company came at the top of the green list listed on the stock exchange, up by 10.96%, followed by the share of the Eid Food Company by 9.98%, then the share of Kuwait and Gulf Link Transport Company by 9.84%, while the share of the First Investment Company topped the red list, down by 11.31%, followed by The share of Al Bareeq Holding Company by 9.62%, then the share of the Kuwait Hotels Company by 9.28%.


Dubai Stock Exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market, at the end of the trading session on Monday, decreased by 0.88%, losing 19.95 points to close at 2224.68 points, and the trading volume reached 286.9 million shares, achieving a value of 202.6 million dirhams through the implementation of 3533 transactions for 32 shares, and 4 sectors fell on the Stock Exchange Dubai was led by the commodities sector by 2.23%, followed by the real estate sector by 1.91%, followed by the investment sector by 1.38%, then the banking sector by 0.66%, while the services and transportation sectors declined by 0.26% and 0.24%, respectively, and then the insurance sector by 0.18%. %.

Six shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange during today’s trading session, led by the Dubai Islamic Insurance and Reinsurance Company – Aman by 2.75%, then Gulf Navigation Holding Company by 2.39%, while 23 stocks fell, led by the Union Real Estate Company by 4.86%, then The shares of Ithmaar Holding Company increased by 4.76%, while the share of Emaar Properties topped the list of the most traded by value, with a volume of 13.6 million papers valued at 37.1 million dirhams, and the share declined by 1.80%.

Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market, at the conclusion of the trading session on Monday, decreased by 0.11%, losing 5.16 points to close at 4487.743 points, and the market capital fell by about 5.5 billion dirhams to close at the level of 672.339 billion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 107 million shares, valued at 293.6 One million dirhams, through the implementation of 1786 transactions.

7 sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange fell, led by the energy sector by 1.48%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.96%, followed by the consumer goods sector by 0.89%, then the industry sector by 0.73%, then the insurance and banking sectors by 0.43% and 0.19%, respectively, then The services sector increased by 0.08%, while the investment and financial services sector increased by 0.66%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.36%.

4 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange during today’s trading session, topped by Gulf Cement Company by 5.07%, then by Waha Capital Company by 1.32%, then by International Holding Company by 0.79%, while 18 shares fell, led by the share of Arkan Building Materials Company by 4.94% Then, the share of Methaq Takaful Insurance Company by 4.29%, then the share of Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) by 3.45%. First Abu Dhabi Bank topped the list of the most active shares by value, reaching 62.9 million dirhams, and the share declined by 0.18%.


Muscat Stock Exchange

Muscat Securities Market retreated, at the end of the trading session on Monday, as the Muscat Market Index (30) fell by 0.07%, losing 2.42 points to close at 3592.690 points, and the trading volume reached 5.2 million shares worth 1.1 million riyals through the implementation of 466 deals for 40 shares. .

Thirteen stocks rose on the Muscat Stock Exchange, led by “SMN Power Holding” by 5.63%, then “Al Maha Ceramics” by 5%, then “Al Madinah Investment” by 4.17%, while 9 stocks declined, headed by “Oman National Engineering”. By 5.08%, then shares of “Omani Financial Services” by 4%, then share of “Oman Arab Bank” by 2.38%, while the share of “Oman Telecom” issued the most active list by value, amounting to 232.8 thousand Omani riyals.

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