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The Bahrain and Muscat bourses rose in a session on Wednesday ... and the rest of the Gulf bourses fell



The Gulf stock markets varied during trading on Wednesday's session, as the general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI" decreased by 0.39%, losing 35.95 points to close at 9115.76 points, and the general index of the Dubai Financial Market fell by 1.54%, losing 39.44 points to close at 2507.80. Point, the general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market decreased by 0.73%, losing 41.39 points to close at 5629,535 points, and the market capital lost 2.6 billion dirhams to close at the level of 791.981 billion dirhams, while the Bahrain and Muscat stock exchanges rose.

 

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI", at the end of the trading session on Wednesday, decreased by 0.39%, losing 35.95 points to close at 9115.76 points, and the parallel market index - growth by 2.88%, losing 785.94 points to close at 26535.91 points, and the trading volume reached 545.9 One million shares worth 16.8 billion riyals.

 

19 sectors fell on the Saudi Stock Exchange, led by applications and technology services by 7.63%, followed by the long-term commodities sector by 3.27%, followed by the capital goods sector by 3.27%, then the media and entertainment sector by 3.22%, then the food production sector by 2.30%, then the sector. Insurance by 2.11%, then the consumer services sector by 2.03%, then the transport sector by 1.81%, then the pharmaceutical sector by 1.80%, then the telecommunications sector by 1.62%, then the commercial and professional services sector by 1.57%, then the food retail sector by 1.55% , While the banking, investment and finance sectors increased by 0.72% and 0.14%, respectively.

 

28 shares jumped during today's trading session, led by "Atheeb Telecom" by 9.84%, then by "Al-Bilad" by 9.42%, then by "Sasco" by 7.86%, and 165 shares fell, on top of which is the "Arab Sea" by 10%, Then the "Al-Jouf" share by 9.93%, then the "Glass" share by 9.91%, while the "Refineries" share topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 793.9 million Saudi riyals.


Dubai Stock Exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market, at the end of the trading session on Wednesday - after its rise during yesterday's session - fell by 1.54%, losing 39.44 points to close at the level of 2507.80 points, and the trading volume reached 163.6 million shares, achieving a value of 231.6 million dirhams through the implementation of 3388 deals for 35 number 7 shares fell, on top of which the goods sector fell by 2.47%, followed by the investment and financial services sector by 2.12%, followed by the banking sector by 1.74%, then the real estate sector by 1.57%, then the transport sector by 1.54%, then the services and insurance sectors by 0.26% , 0.23%, respectively, while the telecom sector increased by 0.30%.

 

Eight shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange, at the end of the session on Wednesday, led by Al Ramz Corporation for Investment and Development by 6.55%, then Al Salam Holding Group by 3.17%, and 23 shares fell, on top of which was Emirates Refreshments Company by 4.97%, and then the share of Al Madina Finance and Investment Company. By 4.67%, while Emaar Properties topped the list of the most traded trades by value, with a volume of 16.5 million papers worth 58.4 million dirhams, and the share declined by 1.67%.


Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market declined, at the end of the trading session today, Wednesday, after rising 4 consecutive sessions, by 0.73%, losing 41.39 points to close at 5629,535 points, and the market capital lost 2.6 billion dirhams to close at the level of 791.981 billion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 144.7 One million shares, worth 891.9 million dirhams, through the execution of 2757 deals.

 

7 sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange fell, led by the banking sector by 1.16%, followed by the real estate sector by 1.04%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 0.30%, then the investment and financial services sector by 0.20%, then the services sector by 0.10%, then the industrial sector by 0.05%. , Then the insurance sector by 0.02%, while the consumer goods sector rose by 1.73%, and then the energy sector by 0.19%.

 

Thirteen stocks rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by "Abu Dhabi National Takaful Company" by 7.04%, then "Sudatel Communications Group Company Ltd.-Sudatel" by 3.32%, then the share of "Abu Dhabi National Building Materials Company" by 2.8%, and 15 shares fell on It was headed by "Sharjah Bank" by 2.47%, then by "Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank" by 2.45%, then by "Ishraq Investment Company" by 2.37%, while "First Abu Dhabi Bank" issued the list of the most active by value, amounting to 227.7 million dirhams. The stock fell by 1.07%.

 Qatar Stock Exchange

The general index of the Qatar Stock Exchange declined, at the end of the trading session on Wednesday, for the sixth session in a row, by 0.67%, losing 67.18 points to close at 9952.86 points, and the trading volume reached 200.5 million shares worth 506.9 million riyals through the implementation of 12042 transactions, 28 shares declined, and 18 rose. Arrows, and two arrows settled.

 

6 sectors fell on the Qatar Stock Exchange, led by the insurance sector by 1.41%, followed by the industries sector by 1.26%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.98%, then the transport sector by 0.74%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.53%, then the banking and financial services sector by 0.04%. , While the consumer goods and services sector increased by 0.14%.

 Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indexes declined, at the end of the trading session on Wednesday, except for the main 50, as the general market index fell by 0.14% losing 7.68 points to close at 5649.16 points, and the first market index fell by 0.16%, losing 9.93 points to close at 6157.47 points, and the index fell The main market increased by 0.06%, losing 2.65 points to close at 4650.52 points, while the main 50 index rose 0.01%, winning 0.28 points, to close at 4820.75 points.

 

The volume of trading at the close of transactions amounted to about 252.6 million shares worth 77.6 million Kuwaiti dinars through the implementation of 12,204 transactions, and 5 sectors fell on the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by the industry sector by 2.04%, followed by the insurance sector by 1.78%, followed by the consumer goods sector by 0.40%, then the banking sector. By 0.14%, then the basic materials sector by 0.04%, while the oil and gas sector rose by 0.98%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.90%, then the financial services sector by 0.54%, then the consumer services sector by 0.36%, then the health care sector by 0.26% %, Then the real estate sector at 0.13%.


Bahrain Stock Exchange

While the general index of the Bahrain Financial Market rose, at the end of the trading session on Wednesday - after its decline yesterday - by 0.17%, gaining 2.51 points to close at the level of 1462.97 points, and the trading volume reached 6.05 million shares worth 1.02 million Bahraini dinars, and the Bahrain Stock Exchange the commercial banking sector rose by a growth rate 12.22%, driven by the rise of Ahli United Bank by 0.68%, Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait by 0.19%, then the services sector by a growth of 2.33% driven by the rise of Zain Bahrain by 0.87%, and Bahrain Telecommunications Company-Batelco by 0.18%.

 

While the industry sector declined by 3.14%, due to the pressure of Aluminum Bahrain by 0.39%, then the investment sector by 0.46%, due to the downward pressure of GFH Financial Group by 0.58%, and the National Bank of Bahrain by 0.16%.


Muscat Stock Exchange

The Muscat Securities Market rose at the end of the trading session on Wednesday, for the second consecutive session, as the MSM index (30) rose by 0.360%, winning 12.897 points to close at 3587.485 points, and the trading volume reached 9.2 million shares worth 1.1 million riyals through the implementation of 303 Deal for 28 shares.

 

Eight shares rose, on top of which "Al Madina Takaful" rose 8.60%, then "Sohar International Bank" by 2.63%, then "Galfar Engineering and Contracting" by 2.17%, while 5 stocks fell, on top of which is "Al Ahlia Insurance" by 5.42% Then, "Eastern Water Desalination" share by 1.99%, then "Al Swadi Energy" by 1.96%, while "Al Madina Takaful" shares the most active list by value, amounting to 747.8 thousand Omani riyals.

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