The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed strong rebound, especially in the last three sessions, to overall settle 87 points higher this week which saw QNB brokerage QNBFS licensed as liquidity provider.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday lost another 52 points to settle below 10,100 levels, mainly dragged by the transport equities.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week weak and its key index lost 56 points to settle below 10,200 levels, mainly on weakened buying interests of foreign funds and local retail investors.
The Qatar Stock Exchange substantially weakened to settle at a tad above 10,200 levels as dividend concerns hit certain scrips this week.
Local and non-Qatari retail investors turned bullish this week which otherwise saw the Qatar Stock Exchange drift southwards.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday snapped five days of bearish spell to gain about 18 points, mainly on the back of increased buying interests of the Gulf funds and lower selling pressure
The Qatar Stock Exchange weakened for the fifth straight session Tuesday and its key index lost more than 66 points on an across-the-board selling, notably within insurance and banking counters.
An across-the-board selling, notably within real estate and industrials, M onday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 92 points and placed its key barometer at sub-10,500 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Sunday opened the week weak and its key barometer fell below 10,600 levels, mainly dragged by industrials, real estate and transport sectors.
The Qatar Stock Exchange, which surpassed 10,700 levels on the opening day, however, could not sustain its momentum in the later sessions, thus overall settling lower this week.
Foreign institutions' increased buying support on Monday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange near 10,600 levels, reflecting the eased tensions in the region.
The Qatar Stock Exchange gained for the second day Sunday with its key index surpassing the 10,500 levels, mainly on real estate and transport equities.