A collective decline in Gulf stocks, excluding Bahrain… and a technical malfunction affecting the Muscat Stock Exchange

The majority of stocks in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries declined on Monday, with the exception of Bahrain.

The Abu Dhabi market index fell 0.043% to 9,037.77 points. The Dubai market index fell 0.025% to 4067.2 points.

The main market index on the Saudi Stock Exchange, TASI, fell 0.60% to 12,125.36 points, through the trading of 207.31 million shares, worth 6.07 billion riyals.

In Kuwait, the general market index fell 0.36% to 7,152.23 points, through the trading of 273.32 million shares, worth 57.44 million dinars.

The Qatar Stock Exchange index fell 0.32% to 9677 points, and the market trading volume reached approximately 521 million riyals.

Bahrain’s general index rose 0.11% to 2,018 points. The volume of shares traded amounted to 3.223 million shares, worth 942,609 dinars, which were executed through 93 transactions.

In the Sultanate of Oman, the Muscat Stock Exchange index settled at 4,781,811 points.

The Muscat Stock Exchange witnessed a technical malfunction resulting from a power outage, which led to the session being halted for some time, until it was resolved and trading was resumed.

Outside the Gulf region, the Egyptian Stock Exchange index “EGX 30” fell 0.32% to 27,228.85 points.

By Editor

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