All stocks declined in the GCC countries in the weekend session, Thursday, affected by the global markets.
In Saudi Arabia, the main market index fell 0.71% to 9,976.65 points. The volume of traded shares amounted to 231.185 million shares, at a value of 7.658 billion riyals.
The Nomu-parallel market index rose 0.91% to 19,011.72 points. The volume of traded shares amounted to 197,052 shares, with a value of 13.819 million riyals.
The Saudi Al-Ahly share, which is listed within the banking sector in the Saudi market, recorded the lowest price since November 2020, at 41.50 riyals.
In Kuwait, the first market index on the Kuwait Stock Exchange declined by 0.76%, and the general index decreased by 0.44%, while the main 50 indexes rose by 1.49%, and the main index by 1%.
The turnover amounted to 111.26 million dinars, distributed over 218.16 million shares, with the implementation of 11.51 thousand deals.
In Qatar, the Qatar Stock Exchange index fell 20.1% to 9910 points. The trading volume in the market amounted to 898 million riyals.
In Bahrain, the Bahrain General Index fell 0.1% to 1,896.98 points. The trading volume in the market amounted to 811,289.75 Bahraini Dinars. The Bahrain Islamic Index fell 0.20% to 657.49 points.
In the Sultanate of Oman, the Muscat Stock Exchange index fell 0.210% to 4,887,665 points. The trading volume amounted to RO 7.959 million.
Outside the Gulf region, the Egyptian “EGX30” index declined by 0.14% to reach the level of 14,704.18 points, and the “EGX50” index rose by 0.97% to reach the level of 2,510.3 points. (agencies)
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