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The Gulf bourses rose at the beginning of the week's session ... and the Abu Dhabi market won 589 million dinars


The Gulf stock markets rose, during the trading session on Sunday, the beginning of the week’s sessions, as the general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI" rose by 0.08%, winning 8.40 points, to close at 10142.48 points, and the general index of the Bahrain Financial Market rose by 0.05%, gaining 0.68 points. To close at 1486.96 points, and the general index of the Dubai Financial Market jumped by 0.05%, gaining 1.41 points to close at 2627.12 points, and the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange increased by 0.25%, gaining 15.54 points to close at 6117.17 points, and gaining market capital 589 million dinars, at 891.012 billion dirhams.

 

The Muscat Securities Market also rose by 0.130%, gaining 4.983 points to close at 3724.189 points, while the Kuwait Stock Exchange indices varied, and the General Market Index declined by 0.24%, losing 14.66 points to close at 6014.31 points.


Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market "TASI" rose, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, by 0.08%, winning 8.40 points to close at 10142.48 points, while the parallel market index declined - growth by 0.78%, losing 188.71 points to close at 24064.02 points, and the trading volume reached 275.1 million shares worth 7.5 billion riyals.

 

11 sectors rose in the Saudi stock market, led by the public utilities sector by 2.27%, followed by the health care sector by 1.35%, followed by the food production sector by 0.95%, then the telecommunications and pharmaceutical sectors by 0.6%, then the applications and technology services sector by 0.51%, then The basic materials sector by 0.4%, then the commercial and professional services sector by 0.26%, then the real estate traded funds and capital goods sectors by 0.17% and 0.15%, respectively, then the energy sector by 0.01%, while the media and entertainment sector declined by 2.81%, then The consumer services sector by 0.6%, then the food retail sector, investment and finance by 0.48% and 0.46%, respectively, and then the banking sector by 0.32%.

 

75 shares jumped during today's trading session, led by "Nadec" by 9.95%, then by "Halawani Brothers" by 9.84%, then by "Wafra" by 6.14%, and 111 shares fell, on top of which is "Arab Insurance" by 4.31%, Then shares of "Eastern Development" by 4.17%, then share of "Education REIT" by 3.78%, while the share of "Wafra" topped the list of the most active by value and amounted to 489.9 million Saudi riyals.


Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market increased, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, by 0.05%, a profit of 0.68 points to close at the level of 1486.96 points, and the trading volume reached 1.5 million shares, valued at 351.9 thousand Bahraini dinars. Aluminum Bahrain rose by 1.08%, then the services sector increased by 1.56%, driven by the rise in the share of ABM Terminals Bahrain by 0.79%, Seef Real Estate Company by 0.68%, and the shares of Ithmaar Holding Company, GFH Financial Group, National Bank of Bahrain increased by 1.64%. %, 0.58% and 0.34%, respectively.

 

While the investment sector declined by 1.69%, due to the pressure of the Al Baraka Banking Group falling by 6.25%, then the commercial banking sector by 0.36%, under the pressure of Al Salam Bank-Bahrain by 1.49%, and the Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait by 0.41%.

 

While the investment sector declined by 0.47%, due to pressure of GFH Financial Group falling by 0.57%, then the shares of Nass Company, APM Terminals Bahrain, fell by 4.35% and 1.25%, respectively.


Dubai Stock Exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, increased by 0.05%, gaining 1.41 points, to close at 2627.12 points, and the trading volume reached 75.9 million shares, achieving a value of 75.1 million dirhams through the implementation of 1194 transactions for 30 shares, and the Dubai Stock Exchange sector rose Banks alone by 0.39%, while the goods sector decreased by 1.83%, followed by the investment and financial services sector by 0.46%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.44%, then the services sector by 0.42%, then the transport sector by 0.28%, then the communications and real estate sectors by 0.15% % And 0.11%, respectively.

 

11 shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange, at the end of the Sunday session, on top of which was the National General Insurance Company by 13.36%, then the BH Mubasher Financial Services Company by 6.38%, and 13 shares fell, on top of which was Emirates Refreshments Company by 9.84%, then the Ithmaar Company. Holding by 6.04%, while Dubai Islamic Bank topped the list of the most traded shares by value, with a volume of 2.9 million papers valued at 13.2 million dirhams.


Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Market rose, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, by 0.25%, a profit of 15.54 points to close at 6117.17 points, and the market capital gained 589 million dinars at the level of 891.012 billion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 131.7 million shares worth 1.1 billion dirhams By executing 1417 transactions.

 

Six sectors rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the industrial sector by 1.35%, followed by the services sector by 1.21%, followed by the telecommunications sector by 1.03%, then the energy and banking sectors by 0.18% and 0.15%, respectively, then the insurance sector by 0.03%, while The investment and financial services sector declined by 0.56%, followed by the real estate and consumer goods sectors by 0.24% and 0.14%, respectively.

 

14 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by "Gulf Medical Projects" by 14.95%, then by "National Takaful Company" by 14.67%, then by "Ras Al Khaimah Ceramics Company" by 5.23%, and 15 shares fell, topped by "Foodco Company". National Food Products "by 10%, then the share of" Easy Lease Motorcycle Rental "by 5.9%, then the share of" Arkan Building Materials Company "by 1.84%, while the share of" International Holding Company "topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 401 million Dirhams, and the share fell by 0.55%.

 

Muscat Stock Exchange

The Muscat Securities Market rose at the end of the trading session on Sunday, as the Muscat Market Index (30) rose by 0.130%, gaining 4,983 points to close at 3724,189 points, and the trading volume reached 14 million shares worth 2.5 million riyals through the implementation of 710 deals for 39 shares .

 

Fourteen shares rose, topped by "Al-Suwadi Energy" by 5.36%, then "Al-Jazira Steel Products" by 5.07%, then the "Oman Cables Industry" by 4.12%, while 9 shares fell, on top of which is "National Life and General Insurance". By 2.56%, then shares of "United Finance" by 2.22%, then share of "Muscat Finance" by 2.22%, while the share of "Oman Investment and Finance" topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 669.1 thousand Omani riyals.


Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indices varied, at the end of the trading session on Sunday, as the general market index fell by 0.24%, losing 14.66 points to close at 6014.31 points, and the first market index fell by 0.54%, losing 35.76 points to close at 6554.50 points, while the main market index rose by a percentage of 0.70%, a winner of 34.29 points, to close at 4953.10 points, and the main 50 index rose by 0.86%, a winner of 43.83 points, to close at 5147.21 points.

 

Trading volume at the close of transactions amounted to about 335.04 million shares worth 44.3 million Kuwaiti dinars through the implementation of 11.8 thousand transactions, and 8 sectors fell on the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by the industry sector by 1.93%, followed by the benefits sector by 1.12%, followed by the insurance sector by 0.64%, then the materials sector. The basic sector by 0.5%, then the telecommunications sector by 0.29%, then the health care and energy sectors by 0.09% and 0.03%, respectively, while the technology sector increased by 7.37%, then the financial services sector by 1.94%, then the real estate and consumer services sectors by 0.24%. % And 0.11%, respectively.

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