The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed strong buying interests from domestic, foreign and Gulf funds, even as it settled marginally lower.
An across the board selling – notably in consumer goods, industrials and real estate sectors – on Wednesday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 50 points and its key index settled below 10,000 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday drove back into positive trajectory to settle above 10,000 points, mainly lifted by domestic institutions’ buying interests.
The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday settled marginally lower below the 10,000 levels, mainly dragged by telecom, industrials, insurance and consumer goods sectors.
Robust demand, especially for Islamic equities, on Monday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 81 points and placed its key barometer near 9,900 levels.
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