The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday witnessed increased buying interests from the domestic institutions but overall it settled below 10,000 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday witnessed buying interests in four of the seven sectors but overall it settled a tad above 10,000 levels amidst weakened net selling from foreign funds.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed strong gains at the banking and financial services counter, but overall it settled marginally lower.
Domestic funds were Sunday seen marginally bullish and there was weakened net selling by local retail investors in the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise closed in the negative.
The increased buying interests of domestic and foreign institutions Wednesday led the Qatar Stock Exchange to gain 84 points and close above the 10,500 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) has chalked out plans to launch derivatives as part of enhancing the investment portfolio for investors and also make it eligible to achieve higher international classification from the present emerging market status.
The Islamic stocks outperformed the conventional ones on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise settled flat on Monday.
The local retail investors’ strong buying interests notwithstanding, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week weak as its key lost more than 71 points to fall below 10,500 levels, reflecting the frail global cues of the previous week.
Apprehensions over further Covid-19 restrictions had its ripple effect on the global bourses, including the Qatar Stock Exchange this week, which otherwise saw domestic institutions and the Gulf individuals turn bullish.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Monday witnessed Islamic equities defy the overall bearish trend that has been continuing for the third straight session and its key index settled below 10.700 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Sunday witnessed foreign funds turn bullish even as it closed 29 points lower but remained above 10,700 levels.