The bullish outlook of domestic institutions and foreign funds’ increased buying interests on Thursday led the Qatar Stock Exchange gain more than 40 points.
Strong buying – especially in the real estate, insurance and industrials sectors – helped the Qatar Stock Exchange surpass 10,300 levels with an ease.
Foreign institutions’ bullish outlook on Tuesday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange gain more than 37 points to overall surpass 10,250 levels.
Insurance and telecom counters witnessed strong buying interests, but overall, the Qatar Stock Exchange was on a negative turf for the second straight session on Monday.
Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week weak, mainly dragged by insurance, industrial and telecom sectors, but remained above 10,200 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed about 67% of the traded constituents returned gains, thus helping its benchmark surpass the 10,250 level.
Increased buying interests of foreign institutions on Wednesday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange gain more than 18 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) on Tuesday settled marginally lower, mainly dragged by increased selling pressure from domestic funds.
Ezdan, which is looking to nullify its earlier proposal to delist, saw its stocks make huge gains on Monday, thus helping the Qatar Stock Exchange surpass the 10,200 level with ease.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed strong buying interests, especially in the real estate segment; even as it could gain only three points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday gained 41 points mainly on the bullish outlook of foreign institutions.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed more than 61% of the traded constituents return gains but overall it settled lower.