Snapping three days of bullish run, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday closed the week weak with its key index shedding 106 points to settle well below 10,600 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Sunday reopened after Eid holidays, witnessed a rollercoaster drive with its key index making quick gains in the first half to touch 10,400 levels ...
Domestic funds’ increased net selling pressure on Thursday weakened the Qatar Stock Exchange, whose key index settled 27 points lower.
Foreign institutions’ robust buying interests on Wednesday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange by another 57 points as its benchmark neared the 9,800 level.
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Non-Qatari funds and individuals on Monday turned bullish to lift the Qatar Stock Exchange by more than 25 points and close near the 9,900 level.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week largely flat as buying interests in the insurance, industrials and real estate segments was contained by strong selling pressure at the telecom ...
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed intermittent gyrations, with it breaking 9,900 levels twice intraday, but overall it settled below that level.
The Qatar Stock Exchange opened the week weak in the sixth straight session of losses as its key index fell below 10,000 points despite weakened net selling by foreign institutions.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday fell for the fifth straight session by more than 96 points to settle a tad above 10,000 levels, mainly dragged by real estate, transport, insurance and banks.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday settled marginally down, mainly on account weakened buying interests of foreign institutions.