The Dubai and Abu Dhabi stock exchanges declined today, Monday, in the first session of the week, after the Houthi group “Ansar Allah” launched missiles at the UAE and the latter’s success in intercepting these missiles.
By 11:24 Moscow time, the Dubai Financial Market index fell by 1.45% to 3,163.31 points, according to data from the “Bloomberg” website. In the beginning of trading, the Abu Dhabi index fell slightly by 0.8% to 8,698 points.
The decline came in light of rising tension in the Gulf region, as the Houthi group “Ansar Allah” announced today the targeting of the Saudi and Emirati depths, and said that the Al Dhafra air base and sensitive targets in Abu Dhabi were targeted, while the UAE Ministry of Defense said that a ballistic missile launcher was destroyed. In Yemen and intercepting the missiles that were launched from it.
Source: RT + Bloomberg
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