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    Ukraine Crisis Puts Pressure On Gulf Countries, Stock Markets Close Down

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    Post by Rocky Mon 14 Mar 2022, 5:41 am

    [size=38]Ukraine Crisis Puts Pressure On Gulf Countries, Stock Markets Close Down
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    Information / follow up..
    Most of the stock markets in the Gulf region closed lower on Sunday, affected by the uncertainty over the conflict in Ukraine.
    A Ukrainian official said that a Russian missile attack on a large Ukrainian military facility near the border with NATO member Poland killed 35 people and wounded 134 on Sunday.
    The Saudi market index fell 0.6%, and Aramco's share fell 2.8%, extending its losses for the third consecutive session. The oil giant's stock has fallen more than 10% since the beginning of the year as oil prices have risen since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
    Among the losers was the share of Dur Hospitality, which fell 5.4%, after the company canceled initial consultations related to its merger with Tiba Investments.
    In Qatar, the index fell 1.1% with the decline of most of the shares listed on it, including the share of Qatar National Bank, the largest bank in the country, which fell by 2%.
    The Oman Stock Exchange index bucked the general trend and rose 0.5%.
    Outside the Gulf region, the leading shares index in the Egyptian Stock Exchange rose 0.3%, supported by the rise of the share of Commercial International Bank by 2.4%. finished/25h

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