The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) closed in the negative this week, which otherwise featured international interventions to diffuse the oil war.
Foreign institutions' net profit booking pressure on Monday further dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange 148 points to close beneath 8,300 levels and capitalisation erode QR10bn.
The Qatar Stock Exchange closed in the negative this week, which otherwise saw the US Congress reaching an agreement on the massive $2tn stimulus package to mitigate the rising risks from the global pandemic Covid-19.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Wednesday vaulted 258 points in index and QR16bn in capitalisation, mirroring the global sentiments in view of the US Congress reaching an agreement on the massive $2tn stimulus package
An across-the-board buying, notably within telecom sector, Tuesday led the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) gain more than 17 points, a day after the mayhem.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Sunday opened the week on a stronger note, albeit at lower levels, mainly on weakened net selling pressure from local and non-Qatari retail investors.
The Covid-2019 pandemic-led US’ ban on European travellers and the oil price shock had their considerable influence on the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which lost 1,079 points in key index and more than QR59bn in capitalisation this week.
Strong buying — especially in the transport, consumer goods and banking counters — Tuesday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange 273 points in index and more than QR18bn in capitalisation.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Monday witnessed strong buying interests among local retail investors and domestic funds even amidst a huge 877 points plunge in key barometer and about QR48bn erosion in capitalisation.
The Qatar Stock Exchange, which opened the week weak, rebounded in the subsequent sessions but overall it continued to be under net selling pressure