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The decline in Saudi and Qatar stocks in the Monday session… and the rise of the UAE and Kuwait markets

diverged Gulf Stock Exchanges, during today’s session, as the general index of the market declined Saudi stocks “TASI”, by 0.06%, losing 7.26 points, to close at the level of 11,161.04 points, and the general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange, by 0.28%, losing 32.66 points, to close at the level of 11,619.59 points, while the UAE markets rose, the Kuwait Stock Exchange indices rose, and the general index of the Bahrain Financial Market jumped , by 0.02%, gaining 0.33 points, to close at 1786.81 points.

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI”, at the conclusion of Monday’s trading session, decreased by 0.06%, losing 7.26 points, to close at the level of 11,161.04 points, and the parallel market index – growth by 1.22%, losing 323.47 points, to close at the level of 26,236.94 points, and the trading volume was 138.7 One million shares worth 4.5 billion riyals.

11 sectors in the Saudi stock market fell, led by pharmaceuticals by 1.13%, followed by the media and entertainment sector by 1.02%, followed by the commercial and professional services sector by 0.71%, then the real estate traded funds sector by 0.59%, then the insurance and capital goods sectors by 0.55%, 0.51 %, respectively, then the telecommunications sector by 0.48%, then the consumer services and energy sectors by 0.27%, 0.25%, respectively, then the banking and basic materials sectors by 0.1%, 0.06%, respectively, while the applications and technology services sector increased by 1.51 %, then the food production sector by 0.67%, then the investment, finance and transportation sectors by 0.57%, 0.53%, respectively.

78 shares jumped during today’s trading session, led by “Wafra” share by 8.96%, then “Dar Al-Arkan” share by 4.49%, then “Arab Shield” share by 4%, and 117 shares fell, led by “National” share by 3.56%, Then the “Astra Industrial” share by 3.07%, then the “Tokyo Alinma” share by 2.88%, while the “Dar Al-Arkan” share topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 369.7 Saudi riyals.

Qatar Stock Exchange

The general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange, at the close of trading on Monday, decreased by 0.28%, losing 32.66 points, to close at 11619.59 points, and the trading volume reached 72.2 million shares, with a value of 199.5 million riyals, through the implementation of 6221 transactions, 30 shares declined, 13 shares rose, and 5 stabilized. shares.

Six sectors on the Qatar Stock Exchange decreased, led by real estate by 0.77%, followed by the consumer goods and services sector by 0.45%, followed by the industries sector by 0.37%, then the banking and financial services sector by 0.33%, and finally the insurance sector by 0.17%, while the transportation sector increased by 0.42 %.

Dubai stock exchange

While the general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose, at the close of trading today, Monday, by 0.92%, gaining 29.29 points, to close at 3188.12 points, and the trading volume reached 227.9 million shares, achieving a value of 315.7 million dirhams through the implementation of 4391 transactions for 32 shares, and 5 sectors rose. In the Dubai Stock Exchange, led by investment and financial services by 1.69%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 1.49%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.99%, then the banking sector by 0.96%, and finally the services sector by 0.57%, while the transport and insurance sectors decreased by 0.48%, 0.25% , respectively.

16 shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange, at the conclusion of Monday’s session, led by Amlak Finance by 4.51%, then the Dubai Financial Market Company by 2.88%, and 13 shares, led by Al Ramz Corporation for Investment and Development by 9.56%, then the National International Holding Company share By 9%, while the share of Emaar Properties Company topped the most traded list by value, with a volume of 19.4 million notes, with a value of 94 million dirhams, and the share increased by 1.47%.

Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, at the close of trading today, Monday, increased by 0.12%, gaining 32.47 points, to close at the level of 8403.952 points, and the market capitalization closed at the level of 1.537 trillion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 183.2 million shares, with a value of 1.3 billion dirhams, through Execution of 4855 transactions.

Seven sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange rose, led by industry and real estate by 0.31%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 0.26%, followed by the energy sector by 0.22%, then the insurance sector by 0.18%, and finally the banking sector by 0.01%.

24 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the “Umm Al Qaiwain National Bank” by 12.12%, then the “Eshraq Investment Company” by 4.97%, then the “Oman and Emirates Investment Holding Company” by 4.94%, and 14 shares fell, led by the share ” Gulf Investment Company” by 9.09%, then “Al Qudra Holding Company” share by 8.66%, then “Reem Investment Company” share by 8.11%, while “Aldar Real Estate Company” topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 313.3 million dirhams.

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market rose, at the close of trading today, Monday, by 0.02%, gaining 0.33 points, to close at 1786.81 points, and the trading volume reached 1.6 million shares, with a value of 390.2 thousand Bahraini dinars. The financial sector rose on the Bahrain Stock Exchange with a growth rate of 1.56%, driven by the rise of Shares of Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait rose 3.14%, and the Bahrain Kuwait Insurance Company shares rose 3.61%.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The indices of the Kuwait Stock Exchange also rose, during today’s trading session, as the general market index rose by 0.02%, winning 1.38 points, to close at 7026.77 points, and the first market index rose by 0.06%, winning 4.43 points, to close at 7,635.83 points, while the main market index declined By 0.10%, losing 5.68 points, to close at 5838.74 points, and the Major Index 50 jumped by 0.18%, gaining 10.66 points, to close at 6076.62 points.

The trading volume at the close of transactions amounted to about 151.3 million shares, with a value of 30.4 million Kuwaiti dinars, through the implementation of 6273 deals, and 5 sectors in the Kuwait Stock Exchange rose, led by consumer goods by 0.52%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.51%, followed by the utilities sector by 0.44%, then the banking and communications sectors by 0.19% and 0.12%, respectively, while the technology sector decreased by 5%, then the energy sector by 1.4%, then the basic materials sector by 0.8%, then the real estate sector by 0.57%, then the industry sector by 0.43%, then the services sector consumption by 0.28%.

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