Non-Qatari funds and individuals on Monday turned bullish to lift the Qatar Stock Exchange by more than 25 points and close near the 9,900 level.
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 Wednesday witnessed a huge selloff, especially in industrials and consumer goods, resulting in 128 points decline in the key benchmark, which settled way below 10,200 levels.
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.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday lost a sizeable more than 140 points in its key index and about QR12bn in capitalisation, mainly owing to strong selling at the industrials and banking counters.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday gained more than 76 points to surpass 10,500 levels, mainly lifted by consumer goods, insurance and industrials equities.
Strong buying in real estate and industrials on Thursday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange to snap three days of bearish spell as its key benchmark gained 23 points.
Robust demand, particularly within the banking and industrials counters, on Sunday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange gain 50 points to surpass 10,300 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday displayed strong bearish sentiments and its key index retreated below 9,900 levels mainly dragged down by transport and industrials equities.
The Qatar Stock Exchange continued to remain under the bearish spell for the second day on Monday, dropping more than 109 points, mainly dragged by banking and industrials equities.
The Qatar Stock Exchange was back on the positive trajectory, gaining 41 points to inch near 9,000 levels, mainly lifted by insurance, transport and industrials equities.