The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed a fierce turn on Monday for most of its trading sessions. But overall, it closed slightly lower, despite the increase in industry and communication counters.
Despite increased net buying motivation by foreign institutional investors, the 20-share Qatar index fell 5 points (0.04%) to 12,672.95 points, recovering from the daytime low of 12,657 points.
Gulf agencies are also getting more and more attention to net purchases in the market, with a year-to-date profit of 9.01%.
More than 51% of the traded components are in the red on the stock exchange and their capital is more than 14 million QR or 0.02% down to 72.617 billion QR, mainly behind the microcap segment. I did.
Net income pressure from local private investors has increased significantly in markets that together account for approximately 81% of trading volume in the industrial, consumer goods and banking sectors.
Domestic institutions have also become increasingly online sellers on the stock exchange, changing the value of a total of 257,786 exchange trading funds (sponsored by Masraf AlRayan and Doha Bank) to 958,810 QR in 51 transactions.
Foreigners are increasingly recording net income in the market, and no government bond transactions have been seen.
Total trade sales and trading volume were increasing on the stock exchanges where Treasury invoices were not traded.
The total return index was down 0.04% to 25,086.88 points, the all-share index was down 0.03% to 3,999.96 points, and the Arrayan Islamic index (price) was up 0.03% to 2,801.76 points.
The transport sector index shrank 0.85%, insurance (0.49%), real estate (0.3%), consumer goods and services (0.06%), banks and financial services (0.01%). On the other hand, telecom increased by 0.32% and industrial increased by 0.21%.
Major shakers in the major markets include Mannai Corporation, Qatar Investors Group, QLM, Nakilat, Qamco, Commercial Bank, Dlala, Qatari German Medical Devices, Aamal Company and Gulf Warehousing.
Nonetheless, Imma Holding, Qatar Industrial Manufacturing, Khaleej Takaful, Qatar Oman Investment, Salam International Investment, Qatar First Bank, Qatar Electric and Water, Ooredoo Was the winner of the major markets. In the venture market, both Al Faleh Educational Holding and Mekdam Holding appreciated the value of their stock.
Qatar’s personal net sales increased significantly to 95.47 million QR compared to 24.25 million QR on February 6.
Net sales of individual foreigners increased significantly to 13.42 million QR from 8.1 million QR on Sunday.
Net sales of domestic institutions increased significantly to 10.28 million QR compared to 7 million QR on the previous day.
However, online purchases of foreign funds were significantly strengthened to 103.19 million QR from 31.82 million QR on February 6.
The net purchase of the Gulf Fund increased significantly to 14.37 million QR compared to 943 million QR on Sunday.
For Arab individuals, the net seller on the previous day was 1.76 million QR, while the net buyer turned to 1.85 million QR.
Private net income bookings in the Gulf countries were slightly relaxed to QR0.25mn compared to QR0.34mn on February 6th.
Arab financial institutions did not have a large net exposure to a net buyer of 0.2 million QR the day before.
Total trading volume in key markets was up 1% to 163.41 million shares, value was up 29% to 626.03 million QR and trading was up 31% to 12,245.
The volume of transactions in the transportation sector increased 47% to 8.7 million shares, and the value increased 37% to 39.7 million QR, almost triple to 1,344.
In the Banking and Financial Services sector, trading volume increased 23% to 35.95 million shares, value increased 80% to 204.31 million QR, and trading increased 45% to 4002.
Trading volume in the consumer goods and services sector was up 22% to 36.6 million shares, down 9% to 73.76 million QR, despite trading value up 6% to 1,499.
However, while trading volume in the telecommunications sector plummeted 23% to 4.24 million shares, its value increased 36% to 24.76 million QR and trading increased 12% to 784.
Trading volume in the industrial sector plummeted 16% to 59.49 million shares. Meanwhile, the value increased 17% to QR242.67 million and trading increased 12% to 3,507.
In the market, the real estate sector’s trading volume fell 14% to 11.97 million shares and its value fell 7% to 18.16 million QR, while trading increased 11% to 583.
Trading volume in the insurance sector fell by less than 1% to 6.46 million shares. Meanwhile, the value increased 37% to QR18.16n and trading increased 57% to 526.
In the venture market, trading volume more than doubled to 1.08 million shares, trading value more than doubled to QR9.69 million, and trading increased by 70.16% to 422.
http://www.gulf-times.com/story/709455/QSE-edges-down-marginally-despite-foreign-funds-bu QSE has fallen slightly despite the purchase profits of foreign funds.