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The Saudi and Muscat stock exchanges declined in Sunday's session ... and the UAE, Kuwait and Bahrain rose


The Gulf stock markets varied, during the trading session on Sunday, the beginning of the week’s sessions, as the general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI" decreased by 0.01%, losing 0.16 points to close at 10228.19 points, and the Muscat Securities Market fell by 0.010%, losing 0.555 points to close At the level of 3809.467 points, while the general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose by 0.84%, winning 22.48 points to close at the level of 2686.41 points, and the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange rose by 1.07%, winning 66.13 points to close at the level of 6218.221 points. And Bahrain.


Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI", at the end of the trading session on Sunday, declined by 0.01%, losing 0.16 points to close at 10228.19 points, and the parallel market index - growth by 0.41%, losing 105.97 points to close at 25549.09 points, and the trading volume reached 172.4 One million shares worth 4.8 billion riyals.

 

Seven sectors in the Saudi stock market fell, led by the food retail sector by 1.32%, followed by the banking sector by 0.38%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.35%, then the consumer services and public utilities sectors by 0.22% and 0.19%, respectively, then the basic materials sector. By 0.14%, then the health care sector by 0.01%, while the media and entertainment sector rose by 4.38%, then the real estate traded funds, investment and financing sectors by 1.75% and 1.7%, respectively, then the real estate management and development sector by 1.41%, then the retail sector. Luxury goods by 1%, then the capital goods sector by 0.85%, then the transport sector by 0.54%.

 

104 shares jumped during today's trading session, led by "Al-Jazira REIT" by 10%, then "SCO Capital REIT" by 5%, then "Research and Marketing" by 4.74%, and 80 shares fell, led by "SACO" by 3.78 %, Then "Zain Saudi Arabia" by 2.42%, then "Chubb" by 2.16%, while "Jabal Omar" issued the most active list by value, reaching 273.7 million Saudi riyals.


Muscat Stock Exchange

Muscat Securities Market retreated, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, as the Muscat Market Index (30) fell by 0.010%, losing 0.555 points to close at 3809.467 points, and trading volume reached 6.9 million shares, valued at 1.2 million riyals, through the implementation of 466 deals for 46 shares. .

 

15 shares rose, topped by the "Building Materials Industry" by 7.14%, then the "Oman and Emirates Holding" by 6.52%, then the "National Aluminum Products" by 4.39%, and 8 shares fell, on top of which the "Oman International Development and Investment" share (OMINVEST) ) "By 1.90%, then the share of" National Bank of Oman "by 1.25%, then the share of" Al-Anwar Investments "by 1.11%, while the share of" Bank Muscat "topped the list of the most active by value amounting to 240.7 thousand Omani riyals.


Dubai Stock Exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, increased by 0.84%, winning 22.48 points to close at 2686.41 points, and the trading volume reached 107.9 million shares, achieving a value of 160.6 million dirhams through the implementation of 2037 deals for 31 shares, and 5 sectors rose in the stock exchange Dubai was led by real estate by 2.17%, followed by the commodities sector by 0.64%, followed by the banking sector by 0.46%, then the insurance, investment and financial services sectors by 0.25% and 0.21%, respectively, while the transport sector declined by 0.35%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.35%. 0.14%, then the services sector by 0.07%.

 

20 shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange at the end of the Sunday session, led by Al Salam Holding Group by 10.11%, then Emirates Refreshments Company by 5.83%, and 5 shares fell, on top of which is Amanat Holding Company by 1.66%, then the International Financial Consulting Company by 1.51%. While Emaar Properties topped the list of the most traded trades by value, with a volume of 19.3 million papers valued at 76.9 million dirhams, and the share rose by 2.30%.


Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

 

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, increased by 1.07%, winning 66.13 points to close at 6218.221 points, and the market capital gained 10.5 billion dirhams at the level of 907.859 billion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 181.9 million shares worth 955.1 million dirhams By executing 1954 deals.

 

4 sectors rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the investment and financial services sector by 3.57%, followed by the industrial sector by 2.98%, followed by the real estate sector by 1.08%, then the banking sector by 0.70%, then the energy and communications sectors by 0.57% and 0.47%, respectively. While the consumer goods sector declined by 0.14%, then the insurance and services sectors by 0.04% and 0.02%, respectively.

 

 

24 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by "Arkan Building Materials Company" by 14.91%, then shares in "Abu Dhabi National Building Materials Company" by 13.64%, then shares in "Methaq Takaful Insurance Company" by 4.87%, and 9 shares fell, headed by a share. "Al Qudra Holding Company" by 10%, then the share of "National Bank of Ras Al-Khaimah" by 6.92%, then the share of "Easy Lease Motorcycle Rental" by 5%, while the share of "International Holding Company" topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 283.5 One million dirhams.

 

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market increased, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, by 0.54%, gaining 8.16 points, to close at 1529.93 points, and the trading volume reached 3.5 million shares, valued at 1.04 million Bahraini dinars, and the Bahrain Stock Exchange commercial banking sector rose by a growth rate of 31.90% driven by the rise of one share Ahli United Bank by 2.10%, Al Salam Bank-Bahrain by 1.52%, then the services sector with a growth of 4.34%, driven by the increase in the share of ABM Terminals Bahrain by 0.4%, and Bahrain Telecommunications Company-Batelco by 0.33%.

 

The insurance sector also increased by 1.76%, driven by the rise of the Takaful International Company by 1.85%, then the investment sector by a growth rate of 0.08%, driven by the rise of the share of GFH Financial Group by 0.58%, while the Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait, National Bank of Bahrain, Arab Banking Corporation declined , By 1.01%, 0.5% and 0.35%, respectively.


Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes rose, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, as the general market index rose by 0.25%, winning 15.62 points to close at 6268.10 points, and the first market index jumped by 0.19%, winning 12.79 points to close at 6793.79 points, and the main market index increased by 0.44 A major index of 50 rose by 0.16%, gaining 8.69 points, to close at 5442.40 points.

 

The volume of trading at the close of transactions amounted to about 584 million shares, worth 82.9 million Kuwaiti dinars, through the implementation of 16.9 thousand transactions, and 7 sectors rose in the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by consumer goods by 5.21%, followed by the energy sector by 1.32%, followed by the real estate sector by 1.17%, then the services sector. Financial sector by 0.3%, then the industry sector by 0.24%, then the consumer services and banking sectors by 0.2%, while the technology sector decreased by 4.81%, then the insurance sector by 1.27%, then the benefits sector by 0.78%, then the basic materials sector by 0.34% Then, the telecom sector increased by 0.09%.

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