The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week weak despite buying interests at the insurance and telecom counters.
The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed increased buying interests from foreign institutions, even as it treaded a negative trajectory this week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed stronger buying interests from foreign institutions, but overall it closed in the negative territory.
The Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Sunday revised the constituents in its indices, opened the week on a weak note and its key barometer settled near 8,300 levels.
Strong buying interests from Gulf institutions yesterday extended the bullish run at the Qatar Stock Exchange for the fourth straight session as its key index broke the 8,400 resistance level.
Foreign institutions on Thursday turned bullish on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which fell for the second day yesterday but remained above 9,500 points.
Domestic institutions on Tuesday turned net buyers to extend the bullish run on the Qatar Sock Exchange to the second day.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed its key barometer reach near 9,560 points intra-day but closed marginally lower at 9,500 levels despite buying support from foreign institutions.
Robust buying support from foreign and domestic institutions on Wednesday provided a huge more than 250-point thrust to take the Qatar Stock Exchange near 9,300 points altitude. More than 95% of the traded stocks gained and capitalisation rose about QR13bn to almost touch QR500bn.
Five of the seven sectors saw buying interests, which helped the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) close in the positive trajectory this week.
Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) witnessed gainers outnumber decliners but overall its key index settled in the negative this week.