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Bearish spell continues in QSE for fourth day

Bearish spell continues in QSE for fourth day

An across the board selling – particularly in telecom, insurance and banking counters –extended the bearish spell in Qatar Stock Exchange for the fourth consecutive day and its key index settled below the 9,800 mark.

QSE extends losing run to third day under bearish spell

QSE extends losing run to third day under bearish spell

Domestic and Gulf institutions’ increased selling pressure masked the robust buying support from local retail investors and foreign institutions that the Qatar Stock Exchange ...

Despite strong buying QSE sheds eight points

Despite strong buying QSE sheds eight points

Qatar Stock Exchange continued to be marginally bearish with its key index settling eight points lower despite stronger buying support from foreign institutions.

Stock trade levy revived

Stock trade levy revived

Sri Lanka’s bourse will re-impose a 0.3% share transaction levy it stopped in January, an exchange official said yesterday...

QSE plunges 167 points, settle below 10,300

QSE plunges 167 points, settle below 10,300

Qatar Stock Exchange plunged 167 points to settle below the 10,300 mark on domestic institutions’ net selling and their foreign counterparts’ lower penchant for buying.

QSE inches near 10,400 mark, gains QR10bn

QSE inches near 10,400 mark, gains QR10bn

Qatar Stock Exchange inched near the 10,400 mark and capitalisation gained QR10bn, mainly on buying support from domestic and foreign institutions.

QSE crosses 11,000 mark on foreign buying support

QSE crosses 11,000 mark on foreign buying support

Qatar Stock Exchange rallied for the second day as its key index shot up 122 points to surpass the 11,000 mark with an ease, mainly lifted by the sustained buying support from foreign institutions.

Local retail investors lift QSE to surpass 10,000 mark

Local retail investors lift QSE to surpass 10,000 mark

Qatar Stock Exchange surpassed the 10,000 mark mainly lifted by local retail investors.

Strong buying by GCC institutions lifts QSE by 81 points

Strong buying by GCC institutions lifts QSE by 81 points

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) institutions exerted stronger buying pressure to lift the Qatar Stock Exchange by 81 points.

Global equities meltdown knocks QSE below 9,500

Global equities meltdown knocks QSE below 9,500

Global equities meltdown and weak oil prices had its knock-on effect in the Qatar Stock Exchange, which plunged 134 points to sink below the 9,500 mark.

QSE falls 79 points, bearish spell continues

QSE falls 79 points, bearish spell continues

Qatar Stock Exchange fell 79 points to stay afloat above 9,600 levels mainly on foreign institutions bearish grip and lower buying interests of local retail investors.

QSE lost 63 points on foreign selling pressure

QSE lost 63 points on foreign selling pressure

Qatar Stock Exchange opened the week weak and its key index lost 63 points mainly due to selling pressure from foreign institutions.