Strong buying, particularly in the industrials, Wednesday gave a 146-point thrust to the Qatar Stock Exchange to place its key index above the 9,200 level.
Four of the five days witnessed modest to strong buying interests in the Qatar Stock Exchange, thus helping it settle above 10,250 levels this week which saw Qatar Financial Market Authority outline detailed timetable for implementing stock split.
Stocks in Doha are set to finish the year at the most expensive level in nearly 16 months, a sharp contrast to a slump in valuation for peers in emerging markets in 2018 ...
Bullish sentiments continued on the Qatar Stock Exchange for the third consecutive day on Thursday to help the bourse to settle above 9,900 levels mainly on the back of buying interests from Gulf institutions.
Increased buying support from foreign funds and local retail investors lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange by a huge 219 points to place its sensitive index near the 8,800 mark this week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange continued its upward rally for the second straight session on Monday as its key index surpassed 8,700 levels, mainly on the back of buying interests in foreign institutions.
Small and micro-cap equities stole the limelight this week in the Qatar Stock Exchange, which settled at more than 8,600 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Sunday revised the constituents in its indices, opened the week on a weak note and its key barometer settled near 8,300 levels.
Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) on Tuesday witnessed increased net buying support from local retail investors and domestic institutions as it settled near 9,000 points.
Five of the seven sectors saw buying interests, which helped the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) close in the positive trajectory this week.