Economic / Saudi stock market index closed up at 8293.62 points,...

Riyadh, Safar 10, 1442 AH, corresponding to September 27, 2020 AD
The main Saudi stock index closed today, up 57.45 points, to close at 8293.62 points, with trades worth 13 billion riyals.
The number of shares traded reached more than 555 million shares, shared by more than 400 thousand transactions, in which the shares of 173 companies recorded an increase in their value, while the shares of 19 companies closed lower.
The shares of Takween, Amana Insurance, Maadeniya, Chemanol and Tihama were the highest gainers, while the shares of Mouwasat, Care, Abu Moati, Savola Group, and Herfy Foods were the lowest in trading, as the rise and fall rates ranged between 10.00% and 1.90%.
While the shares of Dar Al-Arkan, Saudi Fransi, Fish, Chemanol, and Northern Cement were the most active in terms of quantity, and the shares of Saudi Fransi, Fisheries, Dar Al-Arkan, Tihama and Medgulf Insurance were the most active in value.
The parallel Saudi stock index (Nomu) also closed today, down by 200.18 points, to close at 14309.65 points, with trades amounting to 31 million riyals, and the number of traded shares reached 470,000 shares, shared by 1215 deals.
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