The Qatar Stock Exchange opened the week with a 161-point gain owing to strong buying especially in industrials, telecom and insurance equities.
The Qatar Stock Exchange, which witnessed only two days of trading in view of Eid holidays, saw a sizeable 213 points decline this week
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed weakened buying interests of local retail investors and domestic funds; leading it to close 54 points lower.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday reopened after Eid holidays with more than 159 points decline, mainly on higher than average selling pressure, especially at insurance, banking and industrials counters.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which has become a focus of interest for many foreign investment portfolios from the US, Europe and Asia, has readied its infrastructure to admit new companies and instruments.
Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) market capitalisation stood at QR542.24bn in the trading week that ended on Thursday, according to QNB Financial Services (QNBFS).
Ending three days of bearish spell, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday witnessed about 58 points gains and its sensitive barometer marginally crossed the 10,500 levels
The Qatar Stock Exchangeon Monday continued its bearish spell for the third straight session and its key index lost more than 75 points to settle below 10,500 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange opened the week weak as its key index lost more than 48 points, mainly on selling pressure within banking and real estate counters.
Domestic institutions’ bullish outlook helped the Qatar Stock Exchange stay afloat in the positive trajectory for most part of this week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday reversed five days of bullish momentum as its key index declined more than 24 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday witnessed intense buying interests, particularly in the telecom counter, but overall it translated into a mere 12 points addition, failing to break the 10,600 resistance levels.