Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index dropped 13.58 points (-0.11) when the bourse closed trading at 11,844.43 points on Sunday.
The daily turnover decreased to QR 197.57mn with a volume of 4,453,568 shares from 3,275 deals compared to QR 268.97mn with a volume of 5,239,646 shares from 3,900 deals on Thursday.
The market capitalisation decreased to QR 624.88bn from QR 626.49bn registered on Thursday.
Indices of six sectors ended in red and one in green.
Real estate index rose +1.62% to 2,761.28 points. Insurance index decreased -1.63% to 4,844.65 points and telecom index declined -0.87% to 1,077.78 points.
QSE Total Return Index decreased to -0.11% to 18,410.46 points, QSE Al Rayan Islamic Index added +0.02% to 4,606.81 points and QSE All Share Index dropped -0.14% to 3,158.96 points.
Of the 43 companies listed on QSE, investors exchanged shares of 40. Of them, 14 gained, 21 went down, while five were unchanged.Last updated:
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