Ahead of Eid Al-Fitr holidays, domestic institutions increasingly bought equities, thus lifting the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 17 point on Thursday.
The Qatar Stock Exchange continued to be under bearish spell for the second straight session and its key index lost more than 66 points to settle below 8,800 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday gained 28 points to inch near 8,900 levels despite losers outnumbering gainers.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday lost 275 points from its key index and QR15bn in capitalisation, reflecting the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) weak economic projections ...
An across-the-board selling, particularly in the industrials, on Monday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 274 points for the sixth straight session and its key barometer stood a little above 9,200 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange remained under selling pressure for the fifth straight session and its key index settled below 9,500 levels despite increased buying interests from local and non-Qatari retail investors.
Domestic funds were increasingly net buyers and local retail investors turned bullish on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise fell 111 points to settle at sub-10,300 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday snapped a seven-day bull run to decline more than 23 points and settle below 10,700 levels, mainly dragged by the industrials and banking sectors.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday lost more than 23 points, thus further widening year-to-date losses by 1.47%.
Profit booking pressure, especially within the telecom and banking counters, on Thursday dragged Qatar Stock Exchange below 10,300 levels.