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The Saudi Stock Exchange rose for the eighth week... and "Abu Dhabi" recorded the highest level in its history


The performance of the Gulf stock exchanges varied, during the sessions of the week ending, the last sessions of the month of June, as the general index of the Saudi stock market rose, for the eighth consecutive week, by 0.54%, gaining 59.37 points, to close at the level of 10,912.49 points, and the general index of the Muscat market rose by 0.8% A winner of 32.21 points, to close at 4079.09 points, and the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange jumped by 4.91%, a winner of 323.23 points, to close at 6899.27 points, to record the highest level in its history, and the market capitalization gained 229 billion dirhams to close at 1.164 trillion dirhams.

 

While the Kuwait Stock Exchange indices fell, and the general index of the Dubai Financial Market fell by 1.43%, losing 40.51 points, to close at 2816.56 points.

 

Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market rose, during the sessions of the ending week, for the eighth week in a row, by 0.54%, gaining 59.37 points, to close at the level of 10,912.49 points, and the trading volume reached 1.9 billion shares, worth 62.3 billion riyals, through the implementation of 2.4 million transactions, and the market capital lost. 10 billion riyals to close at 9.70 trillion riyals.

 

On the Saudi Stock Exchange, the basic materials sector rose by 1.52%, followed by the banking sector by 0.84%, while the communications and energy sectors decreased by 0.28%, 0.01%.


Muscat Stock Exchange

The general index of the Muscat market also rose, during the sessions of the ending week, by 0.8%, gaining 32.21 points, to close at 4079.09 points, and the trading volume reached 135.5 million shares, with a value of 17.04 million pounds, and the market capitalization gained 96.9 million pounds to reach the level of 21.585 billion riyals.

 

The rising shares were led by "National Aluminum Products Share" by 25%, followed by "Oman and Emirates Holding" by 15.38%, followed by "Dhofar Insurance" by 13.75%, while the decliners were led by "Gulf International Chemicals" by 7.86%, followed by the share of "Gulf International Chemicals" by 7.86%. "Salalah Mills" by 7.81%, followed by "Dhofar Electricity" share by 7.14%.


Kuwait Stock Exchange

Meanwhile, the Kuwait Stock Exchange indices declined during the trading week that ended, as the general market index fell by 1.11%, losing 71.63 points, to close at 6388.03 points, and the first market index fell by 1%, losing 69.75 points, to close at 6946.65 points, and the main market index fell by 1.46. % losing 78.40 points to close at 5296.40 points, and a major index of 50 decreased by 2%, losing 112.11 points to close at 5520.35 points.

 

The trading volume during the week's trading reached about 1.8 billion shares, with a value of 313.9 million Kuwaiti dinars, through executing 71.3 thousand transactions.


UAE markets

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market fell, during the sessions of the ending week, by 1.43%, losing 40.51 points, to close at the level of 2816.56 points, and the market capitalization gained 4.8 billion dirhams, to close at the level of 392.357 billion dirhams.

 

The Dubai Stock Exchange, the banking sector, decreased by 1.82%, under pressure from the Dubai Islamic Bank's drop by 0.82%, Emirates NBD by 2.9%, and then the real estate sector by 1.65%, under the pressure of the decline in Emaar Properties' share by 3.17%.

 

While the general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, during the sessions of the ending week, increased by 4.91%, winning 323.23 points, to close at the level of 6899.27 points, to record the highest level in its history, and the market capitalization gained 229 billion dirhams, to close at 1.164 trillion dirhams.

 

On the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, the banking sector rose by 2.66%, led by the First Abu Dhabi Bank's rise by 1.08%, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank by 1.17%, while the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank's share declined by 2.66%, while the real estate sector declined by 0.48%. Under pressure, Aldar Properties fell by 1.04%, and Ras Al Khaimah Real Estate Company shares fell 1.24%.

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