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    Collective decline of the Gulf stock exchanges in early trading

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    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Dec 2022, 5:12 am

    Collective decline of the Gulf stock exchanges in early trading

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    Economy News-Baghdad
    Most of the Gulf stock exchanges fell in early trading on Monday, with modest trading volumes in the absence of foreign investors due to the Christmas holidays.
    The Saudi index fell 0.1 percent, with the shares of Retal Urban Development down 0.6 percent and the National Bank of Saudi Arabia down 1.1 percent.
    But the share of Yanbu National Petrochemical Company (TADAWUL: 2290) rose 0.8 percent after the company proposed a semi-annual dividend of 1.25 riyals.
    The Abu Dhabi index fell 0.5 percent, extending its losses for the fourth consecutive session, with First Abu Dhabi Bank, the UAE's largest bank, falling 1.6 percent.
    The main index of the Qatari market fell 0.9 percent, with most of the listed stocks falling, including Qatar Islamic Bank, which fell 1.5 percent.
    However, the main index in Dubai rose 0.5 percent, supported by a 1.3 percent rise in Dubai Islamic Bank (DFM: DISB).


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