Robust demand, particularly within the banking and industrials counters, on Sunday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange gain 50 points to surpass 10,300 levels.
Total assets of commercial banks in Qatar registered more than a 4% year-on-year jump to QR1.4tn in September this year, according to the central bank figures.
Robust thrust from real estate, banking and transport segments on Monday lifted sentiments on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which inched towards 10,300 levels.
HE the Governor of Qatar Central Bank, Sheikh Abdullah bin Saoud al-Thani, affirmed that the banking system in Qatar can easily face unfavourable circumstances because the banks operating in the country ...
Profit booking pressure in the telecom and banking sectors on Thursday further dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange to make it settle below 9,800 levels.
The diplomatic and trade blockade notwithstanding, Qatar has been witnessing steady recovery of banking flows into the country and non-resident capital flows are expected to reach $128bn this year ...
The Qatar Stock Exchange continued to remain under the bearish spell for the second day on Monday, dropping more than 109 points, mainly dragged by banking and industrials equities.
Foreign funds’ strong buying interests led the Qatar Stock Exchange make huge gains of 373 points to surpass the pre-blockade levels by a wide margin last week.
A day after making huge gains, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday remained flat despite weakened selling pressure from domestic institutions and local retail investors.
Robust buying – especially in realty, insurance and banking – led the 20-stock Qatar Index gain for the fourth straight session by a huge 1.54% or 151 points to 9,976.51 points.
Foreign institutions’ sustained buying interests on Tuesday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange for the third straight session and its key index settled above 9,800 levels.