Harvest of the Arab stock exchanges during the Tuesday session

Harvest of the Arab stock exchanges during the Tuesday session
Harvest of the Arab stock exchanges during the Tuesday session

witnessed Arab stock exchanges During the Tuesday session, a state of discrepancy in performance and we review the performance of the Arab stock exchanges during the Tuesday session

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finished Dubai stock exchange On Tuesday’s trading session, the general index of the Dubai Financial Market declined by 0.27%, losing 7.92 points, to close at the level of 2880.90 points.

The trading volume at the close of trading was 88.4 million shares, achieving a value of 165.1 million dirhams, through executing 2232 transactions for 31 shares.

5 sectors on the Dubai Stock Exchange fell, led by banks by 0.67%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.19%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.16%, then the communications sector by 0.15%, then the commodities sector by 0.06%.

3 sectors on the Dubai Stock Exchange rose, led by the services sector by 1.03%, then the transportation sector by 0.62%, and then the investment and financial services sector by 0.16%.

Bahrain Stock Exchange

The Bahrain Stock Exchange concluded the trading session on Tuesday, the middle of the week’s sessions, with the general index of the Bahrain Stock Exchange rising by 0.32%, gaining 5.26 points, to close at 1673.55 points. The trading volume reached 2.9 million shares, with a value of 578.6 thousand Bahraini dinars.

On the Bahrain Stock Exchange, the financial sector rose with a growth rate of 21.63%, driven by the rise of Ahli United Bank by 0.9%, then the basic materials sector with a growth rate of 9.19%, driven by the rise of the Bahrain Aluminum Company by 0.29%, then the telecommunications sector with a growth rate of 4.62%, driven by the rise in the share of Bahrain Telecommunications Company. Wired and wireless increased by 0.17%, the share of Ithmaar Holding Company decreased by 5.66%.

Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange concluded the trading session on Tuesday, the middle of the week’s sessions, with a collective increase of all indicators.

The general market index rose by 0.34%, winning 23.35 points, to close at the level of 6840.75 points, and the first market index jumped by 0.34%, winning 25.17 points, to close at the level of 7470.13 points, and the main market index increased by 0.36%, winning 19.90 points, to close at the level of 5599.13 points. Main 50 increased by 0.44%, gaining 25.58 points, to close at 5875.77 points.

The trading volume at the close of trading reached about 188.7 million shares, with a value of 38.9 million Kuwaiti dinars, through the implementation of 9,173 deals.

10 sectors in Boursa Kuwait rose, led by technology by 5.21%, followed by the insurance sector by 1.97%, followed by the consumer services sector by 0.52%, then the real estate sector by 0.5%, then the financial services sector by 0.45%, followed by the consumer goods sector by 0.42%, Then the banking sector by 0.36%, then the industry sector by 0.26%, then the basic materials sector by 0.07%, followed by the communications sector by 0.06%.

The energy and utility sectors declined by 1.05% and 0.42%, respectively.

Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange concluded the trading session on Tuesday, the middle of the week’s sessions, with the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange down 0.04%, losing 2.88 points, to close at the level of 7,761.814 points, and the market capital lost one billion dirhams at the level of 1.347 trillion dirhams.

The trading volume at the close of trading amounted to 200.1 million shares, with a value of 1.6 billion dirhams, through the implementation of 7346 transactions.

Six sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange fell, led by the industry by 1.14%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.25%, followed by the services sector by 0.24%, then the consumer goods sector by 0.06%, then the banking and communications sectors by 0.03%

3 sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange rose, led by the insurance sector by 0.09%, then the energy, investment and financial services sectors by 0.05%.

In the Saudi stock market

The Saudi stock market ended the trading session on Tuesday, the middle of the week’s sessions, with the general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI” down 0.12%, losing 13.20 points, to close at the level of 11373.18 points, and the parallel market-growth index rose by 0.93%, winning 236.69 points, to close at the level of 25614.83 points.

The trading volume at the close of trading amounted to 180.3 million shares, with a value of 6.7 billion riyals.

Thirteen sectors in the Saudi stock market fell, led by the media and entertainment sector by 1.73%, followed by the applications and technical services sector by 1%, followed by the consumer services sector by 0.41%, then the communications sector by 0.38%, followed by the long-term goods sector by 0.37%, then the sector Real estate traded funds by 0.29%, then the professional commercial services sector by 0.27%, followed by the energy sector by 0.26%, then the banking sector by 0.22%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.2%, then the food production sector by 0.1%, then the food retail sector by 0.02%.

Five sectors in the Saudi stock market rose, led by the public utilities sector by 1.13%, then the luxury goods retail sector by 0.63%, then the capital goods sector by 0.54%, then the investment and finance sector by 0.4%, then the pharmaceutical sector by 0.39%.

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