Abu Dhabi – Mubasher: The Arab Monetary Fund revealed that the market value of the Arab stock exchanges reached 4 trillion and 356 billion and 843 million dollars at the end of last August’s transactions.
In the monthly bulletin of the Arab capital markets, which monitors 13 Arab stock exchanges, the fund stated that the market value of the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange rose by about $20.25 billion from $548.8 billion at the end of July to $569.1 billion at the end of last August. According to the Emirates News Agency, WAM.
The market value of the Dubai Financial Market increased by $2.86 billion from $152.23 billion to $155.1 billion. The market value of the Saudi Stock Exchange “Tadawul” reached $3.04 trillion, the Qatar Stock Exchange $205.5 billion and the Kuwait Stock Exchange $149.6 billion.
The market value of the Muscat market reached 60.4 billion dollars, the Casablanca Stock Exchange 59.3 billion dollars, the Egyptian Stock Exchange 35.6 billion dollars, and the Bahrain Stock Exchange 30.6 billion dollars.
The market value of the Amman Stock Exchange amounted to 26.5 billion dollars, the Beirut Stock Exchange 13.35 billion dollars, the Palestine Stock Exchange 4.9 billion dollars, and the Damascus market 1.52 billion dollars.
He stated that the Arab Monetary Fund's composite index of Arab capital markets ended last August's trading, up by 0.18% to reach about 498.29 points, compared to its level recorded at the end of July 2022, where most of the performance indicators of Arab stock exchanges witnessed an increase, in line with the state of improvement witnessed by the performance indicators of most markets. Arabic.
The report indicated that in terms of the value of trading in Arab stock exchanges, it witnessed an increase last August by 65.26%, compared to its level recorded at the end of July 2022, as a result of the increase in the trading value of twelve Arab stock exchanges, while the trading volume in Arab stock exchanges recorded an increase of about 232% in Last August, as a result of the high trading volume in 12 Arab stock exchanges.
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