The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday fell below 10,300 levels, dragged by insurance, transport, telecom and industrials sectors.
United Development Company (UDC), the master developer of The Pearl-Qatar and Gewan Islands, has reported net profit of QR343mn over revenues of QR1.3bn in the first nine months of this year.
Nakilat reported a 10.5% year-on-year increase in net profit to QR728mn in the first nine months of this year.
Foreign funds' increased profit booking pressure on Monday further dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange below 10,400 levels and capitalisation eroded by about QR4bn.
Industries Qatar (IQ) posted a half yearly net profit of QR1.5bn and earnings per share of QR0.24, the region’s industrial giant said on Thursday.
Qatar Aluminium Manufacturing Company (Qamco) posted a net profit of QR5.2mn for the seven-month period that ended in June.
Nissan Motor Co unveiled its biggest restructuring plan in a decade, axing nearly a tenth of its workforce and flagging possible plant closures to rein in costs that ballooned when Carlos Ghosn was CEO.
Al Khaliji Commercial Bank (Al Khaliji) has posted a half yearly net profit of QR352mn, up 5% on the same period last year.
Qatar’s leading logistics provider GWC concluded the first half of 2019 with a 10.35% growth rate in net profits, achieving QR122.2mn at the end of June 2019 ...
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.