The Dubai Financial Market’s (DFM) general index closed in decline on Tuesday, shedding 43.25 points, or 1.45%, to close at 2,939.33 points.
The DFM’s trading volume reached 148.39 million shares, while the market’s liquidity hit AED 239.22 million.
The consumer staples sector lost 3.23% after DXB Entertainments retreated 3.54%.
The real estate sector declined 2.9%, as Emaar Properties dropped 5.16%.
On the other hand, the investment sector added 0.79% after Shuaa grew 0.93%.
Emaar Properties topped the DFM in terms of value, with a turnover of AED 53.74 million, while Air Arabia led the market in terms of volume, with 26.98 million traded shares.