Gulf stock markets diverged during the week ending … Saudi Arabia...

The Gulf stock markets varied during the sessions of the week ending, as the general index of the Saudi stock market declined by 7.02%, losing 597.46 points to close at 7907.72 points, and the market capital lost 470.245 billion riyals to close at the level of 8.640 trillion riyals, and the Bahrain Stock Exchange general index fell by 1.41%, losing 20.35 points, to close at 1427.18 points. The red color prevailed on the Kuwait and Qatar Stock Exchanges.

While the general index of the Financial Market rose by 0.1%, a profit of 2.31 points to close at 2187.86 points, and a profit of market capital of 310 million dirhams to close at the level of 309.16 billion dirhams, and the general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange rose by 2.3%, winning 103.3 points to close at the level of It reached 4,660.04 points, and market capitalization gained 8.87 billion dirhams, to close at 689.58 billion dirhams.

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market decreased by 7.02%, losing 597.46 points to close at 7907.72 points, the largest pace of decline since last March, amid a collective decline of sectors, and the market capital lost 470.245 billion riyals to close at 8.640 trillion riyals, and the trading volume reached 1.864 billion Shares worth 44.22 billion riyals.

21 sectors fell in the Saudi stock market, led by the long-term commodities sector by 17.34%, followed by the basic materials sector by 9.06%, followed by the energy sector by 4.77%, and the banking sector by 4.24%.

“Anaam Holding” topped the list of stocks rising by 11.76%, followed by “Bin Dawood” by 9.41%, followed by “Bawan” by 6.17%, while “Gulf Training” issued the list of stocks declining by 28.23%, followed by the share of “Group” Fatehi “by 27%, followed by” Lazurde “by 26.67%, and” Bin Dawood “topped the list of the most active stocks by value 1.927 billion riyals.

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Dubai Stock Exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market increased by 0.1%, a profit of 2.31 points, to close at 2,187.86 points, and a gain of market capitalization of 310 million dirhams, to close at 309.16 billion dirhams.

On the Dubai Stock Exchange, the real estate sector rose by 0.9%, driven by the rise in Emaar Properties by 2.3%, Emaar Development by 2.2%, Union Properties by 1.43%, while the banking sector declined by 2.11% under pressure of Emirates NBD’s share by 2%. .

Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange increased by 2.3%, winning 103.3 points to close at a level of 4,660.04 points, and gaining market capitalization of 8.87 billion dirhams, to close at 689.58 billion dirhams.

On the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, the banking sector rose by 2.4%, driven by the rise of First Abu Dhabi Bank by 2.3%, then the real estate sector, by a growth of 25%, driven by the rise of the share of Aldar Properties, by 26.3%.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indices declined, as the general index fell by 3.21%, the first market index decreased by 3.64%, the main market index fell 1.59%, the main 50 index also decreased by 1.78%, and the market capital lost 14 million dinars to close at 31.595 billion dinars .

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Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Stock Exchange declined by 1.41%, losing 20.35 points, to close at 1427.18 points, and trading volume reached 17.62 million shares, worth 3.66 million Bahraini dinars.

On the Bahrain Stock Exchange, the industrial sector fell by 3.84%, according to the pressure of the Bahrain Aluminum Company (Alba) by 3.94%, then the commercial banking sector by 1.88%, under the pressure of the Ahli United Bank-Bahrain falling 2.56%, the National Bank of Bahrain by 1.44%, The services sector declined by 0.34% due to pressure from Seef Real Estate Company by 0.58% and Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco) by 0.57%.

Qatar Stock Exchange

The general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange declined by 2.68%, losing 267.35 points to close at 9691.02 points, for the third consecutive week, and the market capital lost 22.9 billion Qatari riyals to close at the level of 565.075 billion riyals, affected by the decline of 5 sectors, and the trading volume reached 1.27 billion shares worth 2.13 billion riyals through the implementation of 47.69 thousand transactions.

5 sectors fell on the Qatar Stock Exchange, led by the real estate sector by 10.83%, followed by the industries sector by 6.94%, followed by the goods, services and consumer sector by 1.60%, then the transport sector by 0.83%, then the banking and financial services sector by 0.46%, while the insurance sectors rose. And Telecom by 1.43% and 0.10%, respectively, and 38 stocks declined, while 9 rose.

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