Foreign funds’ substantially weakened net buying and Gulf institutions’ bearish grip on Wednesday led the Qatar Stock Exchange decline more than 18 points to settle at sub-10,300 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday lost 75 points, mainly dragged by industrials, telecom and consumer goods equities, and its key index retreated below 10,400 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday went through a rollercoaster ride with the insurance, telecom and banking counters witnessing higher than average selling pressure ...
Strong selling – especially at the real estate, telecom and banking counters – on Sunday led the Qatar Stock Exchange to open the week weak and its key index retreated below 10,500 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday gained for the second straight session to inch near 9,900 levels, mainly on strong buying, especially at the real estate, telecom and industrials counters.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday entered the third straight session of bearish spell on selling pressure, notably in banking, telecom and industrials counters, and its key index settled 46 points lower.
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Insurance and telecom counters witnessed strong buying interests, but overall, the Qatar Stock Exchange was on a negative turf for the second straight session on Monday.
Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week weak, mainly dragged by insurance, industrial and telecom sectors, but remained above 10,200 levels.
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An across-the-board selling – notably within banking and telecom sectors – led the Qatar Stock Exchange to close in the negative on Thursday.