The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday saw Islamic equities outperform the major indices as it settled above 11,200 points.
The foreign funds’ sustained buying interests lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange this week, which saw the bourse outline its efforts to advance environment, social and governance agenda to better attract global investors.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday saw Islamic equities make gains even as it settled marginally lower but remained above 11,100 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday crossed the 11,100 points, mainly on strong buying interests in the industrials segment.
Islamic equities rose faster than the conventional ones in the Qatar Stock Exchange, which Tuesday gained about 27 points to inch near the 10,850 levels.
The transport, banking and consumer goods counters on Tuesday witnessed higher than average demand on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which however continued to be in the negative terrain.
Domestic funds as well as local and foreign retail investors turned net buyers in an otherwise bearish Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) this week, which saw energy prices soften after major global oil producers struck a compromise deal on supply.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week on a stronger note, mainly on the back of strong buying interests of the Arab individuals and the Gulf funds.
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The cabinet nod allowing the listed companies to increase the foreign ownership limit (FOL) up to 100% had significantly lifted the sentiments in the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) this week.