Largely reflecting the international cues, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday lost as much as 133 points to settle below 9,700 levels despite the strong buying support from domestic funds and local retail investors.
The foreign funds’ increased buying interests on Tuesday steered the Qatar Stock Exchange into positive trajectory and its key index gained about 46 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange drove along the negative trajectory to remain below 10,000 levels this week; mainly on domestic institutions’ substantially increased net profit booking.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed strong buying interests from domestic, foreign and Gulf funds, even as it settled marginally lower.
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The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday witnessed sustained buying interests from local retail investors and in Islamic equities; but overall it settled mere five points higher.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday continued to remain under bearish spell despite strong buying support from domestic and Gulf funds.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday gained more than 55 points to inch near 9,400 levels, mainly on the back of buying interests in consumer goods, transport and real estate segments.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday witnessed strong buying at the telecom, real estate and industrials counters as its key barometer inched near 9,200 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed stronger buying interests in the Islamic stocks but overall it lost 25 points and its key barometer settled below 9,200 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday largely remained flat amidst increased net buying by Gulf institutions and the bullish outlook of domestic and foreign funds.