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Non-Qatari insitutions turn increasingly profit takers on Qatar Stock Exchange

Non-Qatari insitutions turn increasingly profit takers on Qatar Stock Exchange

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.

Qatar Stock Exchange opens week on a stronger note

Qatar Stock Exchange opens week on a stronger note

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.

US’ ban on European travellers, oil price shock hit QSE performance

US’ ban on European travellers, oil price shock hit QSE performance

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 buy support lifts Qatar Stock Exchange 273 points

Strong buy support lifts Qatar Stock Exchange 273 points

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.

QSE witnesses strong buying interests among local retail investors and domestic funds

QSE witnesses strong buying interests among local retail investors and domestic funds

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.

Consumer goods, insurance and industrials witness higher than average profit booking on QSE

Consumer goods, insurance and industrials witness higher than average profit booking on QSE

The Qatar Stock Exchange, which opened the week weak, rebounded in the subsequent sessions but overall it continued to be under net selling pressure

Dampened global sentiments due to virus reflect on QSE

Dampened global sentiments due to virus reflect on QSE

Dividend worries and apprehensions over coronavirus dampened sentiments on bourses globally, which had its reflection on the Qatar Stock Exchange as well this week.

Selling pressure pulls down Qatar bourse index below 9,600 levels

Selling pressure pulls down Qatar bourse index below 9,600 levels

An across the board selling – particularly within insurance, banks, consumer goods and telecom sectors – Wednesday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange below 9,600 levels.

Qatar shares edge down on strong selling pressure

Qatar shares edge down on strong selling pressure

Stronger selling, especially within the realty, industrials and telecom sectors, Tuesday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange by more than 66 points.

Qatar shares decline despite bullish retail investors

Qatar shares decline despite bullish retail investors

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday saw local and Gulf retail investors turn bullish, but lost more than 128 points in its key barometer with QR7bn loss in capitalisation.

More than 51% of the traded constituents extend gains as QSE witnesses strong rebound

More than 51% of the traded constituents extend gains as QSE witnesses strong rebound

The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed strong rebound, especially in the last three sessions, to overall settle 87 points higher this week which saw QNB brokerage QNBFS licensed as liquidity provider.

Transport equities drag QSE to settle below 10,100 levels

Transport equities drag QSE to settle below 10,100 levels

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday lost another 52 points to settle below 10,100 levels, mainly dragged by the transport equities.