Foreign institutions’ buying support on Tuesday lifted Qatar Stock Exchange more than 67 points to place its key barometer above 10,400 levels.
Foreign institutions’ substantially stronger buying interests lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange benchmark by more than 542 points and about QR30bn in capitalisation this week.
Foreign institutions’ robust buying interests on Wednesday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange by another 57 points as its benchmark neared the 9,800 level.
Increased buying interests of foreign institutions on Wednesday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange gain more than 18 points.
Foreign institutions on Thursday turned profit takers to extend the bearish run on the Qatar Stock Exchange to the third straight session as its key index plunged 179 points ...
Foreign institutions’ sustained buying interests and weakened selling pressure from the domestic counterparts on Monday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange.
An across-the-board selling, particularly in the banking counter, on Tuesday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 130 points to settle below 10,300 levels.
Foreign institutions’ sustained buying support extended bullish power to the Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Thursday inched near 9,800 levels.
Sustained buying support from foreign institutions and lower net selling pressure from retail investors on Wednesday placed Qatar Stock Exchange in the positive trajectory.
Strong buying interests of foreign institutions helped the Qatar Stock Exchange comfortably settle above 10,000 levels this week.
Strong buying interests of foreign institutions on Monday imparted sufficient thrust to the Qatar Stock Exchange, whose key sensitive index surpassed 9,400 levels.