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Key index loses 144 points on substantially higher profit booking

Key index loses 144 points on substantially higher profit booking

A substantially higher profit booking, especially by domestic institutions, led the Qatar Stock Exchange lose 144 points in its key index and QR1bn in capitalisation last week, which saw Masraf Al Rayan, Barwa Bank and International Bank of Qatar call off their three-way merger proposal.

Eid al-Fitr holidays for banks from June 17 to 19

Eid al-Fitr holidays for banks from June 17 to 19

These institutions will resume normal operations on Wednesday, June 20, sources said.

QSE edges down despite strong foreign buying interest

QSE edges down despite strong foreign buying interest

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday witnessed substantially stronger buying by foreign institutions, even as the key barometer was in the negative trajectory for the third straight session.

QSE edges lower despite buying interests in realty, telecom, consumer goods

QSE edges lower despite buying interests in realty, telecom, consumer goods

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week weak despite strong buying interests in real estate, telecom and consumer goods sectors.

Capitalisation gains QR20bn as foreign institutions continue to be net buyers

Capitalisation gains QR20bn as foreign institutions continue to be net buyers

Foreign institutions continued to be net buyers, albeit with lesser vigour, as the Qatar Stock Exchange added 362 points and capitalisation gained QR20bn this week which saw the Qatar Financial Markets Authority come out with procedures to regulate stock split of listed firms.

Profit booking in industrials, real estate counters drag index below 9,000 levels

Profit booking in industrials, real estate counters drag index below 9,000 levels

Profit booking — especially in the industrials and real estate counters — dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange below 9,000 levels and capitalisation eroded more than QR9bn this week.

QSE slips on selling pressure in real estate and banking counters

QSE slips on selling pressure in real estate and banking counters

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday slipped for the second straight sessions to sub-8,900 levels, mainly on selling pressure in real estate and banking counters.

QSE remains flat despite foreign institutions’ robust buy support

QSE remains flat despite foreign institutions’ robust buy support

Strong selling, especially in the industrials and transport counters, notwithstanding, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday remained flat, a day after it made a huge leap.

Foreign institutions’ renewed buying interest extends rally to 4th day

Foreign institutions’ renewed buying interest extends rally to 4th day

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed its key index surpass 9,000 levels and capitalisation top QR500bn mainly on foreign institutions’ renewed buying interests.

Foreign funds continues to be net buyers on QSE

Foreign funds continues to be net buyers on QSE

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday continued to remain under buying influence, albeit at lower levels, despite selling pressure in the real estate and insurance counters.

Realty, industrials and telecom selling weighs on QSE

Realty, industrials and telecom selling weighs on QSE

The Qatar Stock Exchange was back in the negative trajectory mainly on heightened profit-booking by domestic institutions.

QSE index rises on buying support

QSE index rises on buying support

Foreign institutions continued to be net buyers, albeit with lesser intensity, as the Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday gained 29 points to close near 9,000 levels.