- Abu Rami Samih
Date: April 1, 2019
Stock markets closed at the end of the session yesterday in the middle of a significant fall in liquidity in the absence of incentives. The Dubai market was driven by profits of three shares in Emaar, while the Abu Dhabi market fell under the pressure of banking and real estate leaders.
The Dubai market increased 0.14%, or 3.59 points, to settle at 2634.86 points, driven by real estate gains. The Abu Dhabi market fell 0.52%, or 26.35 points, to close at 5.074.65 points, as banks and real estate fell.
The total liquidity of the two markets reached 231.7 million AED, with 166.38 million in Dubai and 65.4 million in Abu Dhabi. 130.2 million shares were traded, including 103.5 million in Dubai and 26.6 million in Abu Dhabi through 2878 transactions.
The rise in the Dubai market was supported by a 1.35% rise in the real estate sector, with Emaar Properties gaining 2.14%, Emaar Properties with 1.72%, Emaar Development with 0.52% and Arabtec with 0.17%. I Damac (1.48%).
On the other hand, the banking sector decreased 0.82%, with Dubai Islamic Bank and Emirates NBD dropping 1.02% and 0.98%, respectively. The investment sector also fell 0.41%, while Dubai shares dropped 2.04%, Shuaa dropped 0.38% and Dubai's investments remained unchanged.
The transport sector fell marginally by 0.08%, with Aramex decreasing by 0.42% and Gulf navigation increasing by 2.5% and Air Arabia stabilizing. "Ithmaar" shares increased 4.3% to 0.29 AED, "Al-Madina" was the biggest drop of 7.41%, up to 0.25 AED. Emaar posted an amount of 51.39 million US dollars, closing at 4.78 AED, and Dubai Islamic was trading at 4.85 AED and closed at 4.85 AED, followed by 18.5 million AED at 0, 92 AED.
Abu Dhabi Market
The Abu Dhabi market fell 0.75%, with Abu Dhabi First falling by 0.39%, Abu Dhabi Islamic with 0.68%, Abu Dhabi Commercial with 1.58%, with 1.52 % of real estate and 1.66% at Aldar. TAHA Real Estate »1.41%.
The telecommunications sector closed with the price of the Etisalat stock, while the energy sector increased Dana Gas 1.08%, although ADNOC Distribution reduced the number of 1 , 33% and the TAQA 0.22%.
The Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank was the most quoted issue with a closing of 13.6 million AED to 9.33 AED, followed by Union National Bank (AED), which increased by 12 million AED to AED 5, 3, followed by Abu Dhabi First with a liquidity of 10.5 million AED to AED 15.2. Only 5 shares of "Wataniya" increased 5.65% to 0.77 AED, while "RAK Cement" was the largest loser of 10% up to 0.94 AED.
Foreigners and institutions
Foreign and Arab investors tended to buy in both markets with a net investment of 42 million AED, of which 41.6 million to AED were foreigners and 410,000 AEDs for Arabs. GCC and domestic investors tended to sell with a net investment of 42 million AED, of which 2.9 million to GCC nationals.
Investment portfolios tended to buy with a net investment of 36.4 million, including 13.5 million in Abu Dhabi and 22.9 million in Dubai, while individual investors tend to sell.
The Values and Commodities Authority (SCA) asked stock market investors to take care to hear a regular and simultaneous voice when communicating to the registered telephone with the brokerage company and not using unregistered personal telephones to guarantee your rights.
Emirates NBD said that MasterCard's investment of about $ 300 million in the potential offer of its London International business is part of the OOP's efforts after the Bank has recently confirmed its progress.
Al-Ramz Investment & Development Company has announced that it has entered an advanced stage in the acquisition of a financial entity that operates in the UAE.
EFG Financial Group announced that the company of Bahrain Aluminum Extrusion, Belkasco, an industrial group company, has signed an agreement to sell its 50% stake in Techno Middle East at Hydro Extruded Solutions.
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