The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday snapped three days of bullish run and its key index lost more than 137 points, mainly dragged insurance, banking, consumer goods and industrials equities.
Strengthened global energy prices had its fair reflection on the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which settled near 10,700 levels this week
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday gained more than 181 points to inch near 10,700 levels, mainly on the back of robust buying interests of foreign institutions.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) on Wednesday urged international investors to look at the initiatives undertaken by the bourse, as it seeks to attract global investments
With stock purchases becoming easier at lesser price, Qatar's equity landscape is set to see enhanced liquidity, thus helping retail investors expand their portfolio, and also offering an attractive option for foreign investment funds.
Buying interests, especially within consumer goods, on Tuesday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 30 points and to settle above the 10,400 level.
Industrials and telecom equities on Sunday extended the bearish spell on the Qatar Stock Exchange to the second straight session as its key index fell below 10,500 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange had witnessed its key index break 10,600 points intraweek although it settled below that level, amidst stock split implementation by banking and financial services segment.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday crossed the 10,600 levels mainly on the back of strong buying, especially in the banking, industrials and telecom equities.
An across-the-board buying – especially within the insurance, banks, telecom and realty sectors – Tuesday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange by another 81 points as its key index inched near the 10,600 level.