The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed more than 141 points erosion in the key index and more than QR11bn in capitalisation this week.
An across-the-board profit booking — especially in industrials, banking, insurance and transport sectors — on Tuesday led the Qatar Stock Exchange to shed as much as 198 points and settle a tad above 9,700 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) on Wednesday said global index compiler MSCI's decision to include three listed companies in its indices will not only enhance liquidity in the market ...
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday gained for the second straight session to inch near 9,900 levels, mainly on strong buying, especially at the real estate, telecom and industrials counters.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday ended seven days of bearish run to gain 59 points, mainly on the back of strong buying especially within consumer goods and transport counters.
Ezdan Holding Group has nullified its earlier proposal to become a private entity by delisting from the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) in view of the robust momentum in the domestic economy.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday witnessed a huge selloff, especially in industrials and consumer goods, resulting in 128 points decline in the key benchmark, which settled way below 10,200 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday entered the third straight session of bearish spell on selling pressure, notably in banking, telecom and industrials counters, and its key index settled 46 points lower.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday lost sizeable 165 points to settle below 10,300 levels, mainly on strong profit booking from foreign funds.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday saw substantially increased selling pressure from domestic institutions; yet it settled marginally lower.
The Qatar Stock Exchange settled near 10,500 levels this week which saw the listed companies cumulatively report net profit of QR10.49bn in the first three months of this year.
The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed its listed companies cumulatively report net profit of QR10.49bn in the first three months of this year with banking and industrials sectors contributing about 74% to the overall kitty.