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The green color covers the Gulf stock exchanges at the end of the mid-week trading session


The Gulf stock exchanges rose during the trading session today, Tuesday, the middle of the week’s sessions, and was led by the general index of the Bahrain Financial Market, by 0.72%, gaining 11.46 points, to close at 1611.44 points, followed by the general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI”, by 0.46%, winning 51.74 points, to close At the level of 11,208.76 points, followed by the UAE markets.


Saudi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Saudi stock market “TASI”, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, increased by 0.46%, gaining 51.74 points, to close at 11,208.76 points, while the parallel market index - growth of 0.1%, losing 25.47 points, to close at 24,897.11 points, and the trading volume reached 247.6 million shares worth 7.8 billion riyals.

 

Nine sectors in the Saudi stock market rose, led by health care by 1.54%, followed by the banking sector by 1.5%, followed by the applications and technology services sector by 1.33%, then the insurance sector by 0.53%, then the media and entertainment sector by 0.45%, then the capital goods sector by 0.29%, then the real estate traded funds sector by 0.16%, then the energy sector by 0.12%, then the basic materials sector by 0.01%, while the pharmaceutical sector decreased by 2.2%, then the public utilities sector by 1.35%, then the food production sector by 0.9 %, then the long-term commodities sector by 0.88%, then the real estate development management sector by 0.72%, then the food retail sector by 0.67%, then the investment and financing sector by 0.6%.

 

61 shares jumped during today's trading session, led by "Eastern Cement" share by 5.70%, then "Al-Rajhi Takaful" share by 5.45%, then "Al-Rajhi REIT" share by 4.89%, and 133 shares fell, led by "Al Hokair Group" share by 4.26 %, then "Al Jazeera" share by 3.72%, then "Emaar" share by 3.57%, while "Alinma" share topped the most active list by value, amounting to 452.1 million Saudi riyals.


Dubai stock exchange

The general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, by 0.19%, gaining 5.38 points, to close at 2795.68 points, and the trading volume was 98.7 million shares, achieving a value of 147.6 million dirhams through the implementation of 2114 transactions for 30 shares, and 3 sectors on the Stock Exchange rose. Dubai was led by services with 1.85%, followed by the investment and financial services sector by 1.11%, followed by the real estate sector by 0.73%, while the transportation sector decreased by 0.44%, then the insurance sector by 0.32%, then the banking sector by 0.26%, then the commodities sector by 0.17%.

 

9 shares jumped on the Dubai Stock Exchange, at the close of Tuesday’s session, led by Emaar Malls by 2.07%, then Amanat Holdings by 1.9%, and 14 shares fell, led by Ann Digital Service Holdings by 4.48%, then Dubai National Insurance Company And reinsurance by 4.14%, while the stock of Amanat Holding Company topped the list of most traded volumes, by value, with a volume of 30.6 million papers, with a value of 34.2 million dirhams, and the stock increased by 1.9%.


Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

The general index of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, increased by 0.39%, gaining 29.06 points, to close at 7433.382 points, and the profit of the market capitalization is 5 billion dirhams, to close at the level of 1.316 trillion dirhams, and the trading volume reached 310.6 million shares, with a value of 1.3 billion Dirhams through the implementation of 6726 transactions.

 

Seven sectors on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange rose, led by insurance by 2.98%, followed by the energy sector by 0.88%, followed by the banking sector by 0.79%, then the industrial and consumer goods sectors by 0.75%, 0.72%, respectively, then the services sector by 0.64%, then The communications sector decreased by 0.51%, while the investment, financial services and real estate sectors decreased by 0.35% and 0.25%, respectively.

 

22 shares rose on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, led by the "Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company" by 7.94%, then the "Arkan Building Materials Company" by 3.23%, then the "Ras Al Khaimah Ceramics Company" by 3.03%, and 14 shares fell, led by the share " Subscription rights for Methaq Takaful Insurance Company 2021 by 12.5%, then Abu Dhabi Shipbuilding Company by 10%, Ishraq Investment Company by 6.88%, while the International Holding Company topped the list of the most active by value, amounting to 302.1 million dirhams.


Bahrain Stock Exchange

The general index of the Bahrain Financial Market rose, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, by 0.72%, gaining 11.46 points, to close at 1611.44 points, and the trading volume reached 1.9 million shares, with a value of 484 thousand Bahraini dinars. Ahli United by 2.5%, National Bank of Bahrain by 0.33%, then the industrial sector by 18.85%, driven by the rise of the share of IBM Terminals Bahrain by 0.77%, and the share of Bahrain Commercial Facilities Company by 1.09%.

 

On the other hand, the telecommunications sector declined by 32.37% due to the pressure of the share of Bahrain Telecommunications Company-Batelco falling by 1.16%, and the share of Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait fell by 0.2%.


Kuwait Stock Exchange

The Kuwait Stock Exchange indices also rose, at the close of trading today, Tuesday, as the general market index rose by 0.01%, gaining 0.12 points, to close at 6547.82 points, while the first market index decreased by 0.04%, losing 3.05 points, to close at 7,127 points, and the main market index jumped By 0.14%, gaining 7.56 points, to close at the level of 5413.44 points, and the main index of 50 increased by 0.26%, winning 14.68 points, to close at the level of 5700.22 points.

 

The trading volume at the close of transactions amounted to about 243 million shares, with a value of 46.9 million Kuwaiti dinars, through the implementation of 10.4 thousand transactions. 3 sectors in the Kuwait Stock Exchange, led by real estate, rose by 0.42%, followed by the banking sector by 0.12%, followed by the financial services sector by 0.04%, while the sector declined Benefits by 0.88%, then the insurance sector by 0.65%, then the industry sector by 0.55%, then the consumer goods and energy sectors by 0.41%, 0.4%, respectively, then the basic materials sector by 0.3%, then the consumer services and communications sectors by 0.15% , 0.13%, respectively, and finally the healthcare sector by 0.04%.

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