Saudi Stock Market index rises to 6999.34 points

RIYADH — The main Saudi Stock Exchange Index closed the trading up 12.94 points to reach 6999.34 points, with transactions worth more than SR5 billion.

The number of shares traded reached more than 238 million shares, which were shared by more than 236,000 deals in which the shares of 84 companies registered a rise in their value, while the shares of 102 companies declined.

Printing and Packaging, Wafrah, Raydan, Halwani Bros and Farm SuperstoresK, were the highest gainers, while those of A. Othaim Market, Fitness Time, Sadafco, and Alrajhi Takaful, the lowest in trading, with the rates of rise and fall ranging between 9.98% and 4.73%.

The shares of Alinma, ksa Zain, Sira, Dar Alarkan and Al-Rajhi, were the most active in quantity. The shares of Al-Rajhi, Alinma, Saudi Aramco, ksa Zain and SABIC, were the most active in value.

The Saudi Secondary Index (Nomu) closed the day up 19.55 points to close, at 6299.44 points, with more than SR12 million traded, and the number of shares traded was 351,000, within 791 transactions.

Bahrain bourse falls

The Bahrain All Share Index closed at 1,303.25 points marking a decrease of 10.09 points below the previous closing.

This decrease was due to the fall in the Commercial Banks Sector, Investment Sector, Insurance Sector and Industrial Sector.

Bahrain lslamic Index has closed at 585.75 points marking an increase of 3.03 points above the previous closing.

Results indicated that 71 equity transactions took place with a volume of 4,431,899 worth BD 547,960.

Investors traded mainly in the Commercial Banks Sector representing %44.15 of the total value of securities traded.

Muscat securities market rises

Muscat Securities Market (MSM) general index (30) Wednesday added (57.50) points, comprising a rise by (1.692%) to close at (3455.32) points, compared to the last session, which stood at (3397.82) points.

The trading value stood at (RO1,005,047), comprising a rise by (39.95%) compared to the last session, which stood at (RO718,126).

The report released by MSM pointed out that the market value rose by (0.358%) to reach about (RO18.11) billion. — SPA




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