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MENAFN - Qatar News Agency - 04/09/2014
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(MENAFN - QNA) Qatar Exchange index gained 542.82 points (4.04%), this week when the bourse closed Thursday at 13,985.98 points.

Trading value during this week decreased by 28.99% to reach QR 3,452,843,266.24 compared to QR 4,862,662,105.55. Trading volume decreased by 14.94% to reach 68,567,539 shares, as against 80,612,848 shares, while the number of transactions fell by 20.90%, to reach 32,119 transactions as compared to 40,604 transactions.

Market capitalization rose by 3.22% to reach QR 742,617,992,090.59 as compared to QR 719,428,815,979.17 at the end of previous week.

Banks and Financial Services sector led trading value during this week , accounting for 49.75% of the total trading value, followed by Industrials sector, which accounted for 17.47%. The Real Estate sector ranked third, accounting for 14.56%, and finally followed by Telecoms sector, which accounted for 7.17%.

Banks and Financial Services sector led trading volume during this week , accounting for 35.37% of the total trading volume, followed by Real Estate sector, which accounted for 31.36%. The Telecoms sector ranked third, accounting for 11.14%,and finally followed by Industrials sector,which accounted for 8.95%.

Banks and Financial Services sector led trading number of transactions during this week , accounting for 40.53% of the total number of transactions, followed by Industrials sector, which accounted for 22.64%. The Real Estate sector ranked third, accounting for 17.92%, and finally followed by Telecoms sector, which accounted for 7.09%.

31 companies of the 43 listed companies ended this week higher, while eight fell and four remained unchanged.

The Qatar National Bank led traded value this week accounting for 13.25% of the total traded value. Masraf Al Rayan accounted for 10.53%. Industries Qatar accounted for 8.32%.


 


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