The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday remained under bearish spell for the second consecutive day, mainly on increased net selling pressure from foreign funds.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday witnessed strong buying interests from foreign funds; yet its key barometer declined about 14 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which is positioning itself as a premier destination in the region for systematic and sustainable investments, has witnessed foreign funds inflow ...
Foreign funds’ stronger selling pressure on Thursday extended the bearish spell on the Qatar Stock Exchange for the second straight session and its key index lost another 49 points.
Foreign funds' increased profit booking pressure on Monday further dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange below 10,400 levels and capitalisation eroded by about QR4bn.
Robust demand especially at transport and consumer goods counters rather imparted a 0.6% thrust to the 20-stock Qatar Index to 9,990.17 points.
Foreign funds’ strong buying interests led the Qatar Stock Exchange make huge gains of 373 points to surpass the pre-blockade levels by a wide margin last week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday continued to remain under bearish spell mainly on increased net selling by local retail investors and foreign funds’ bearish outlook.