The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) has closed Tuesday’s trading in green territory amid selective buying.
The DFM’s general index edged up 14.52 points or 0.56%, finishing the session at 2,628.83 points.
The consumer goods sector led gainers with 1.79% as DXB Entertainments added 2.2%, and the services sector increased by 1.12% when Amanat went up 1.45%.
Similarly, the banks sector added 0.88% when Dubai Islamic Bank rose 0.6%.
The real estate sector also increased by 0.43% backed by Emaar Malls which grew 3.8% to AED 1.93.
The telecommunication and the investment sectors edged up 0.4% and 0.32%, respectively.
Trading volume amounted to 75.29 million shares exchanged at a turnover of AED 11.73 million through 2,502 transactions.
Market capitalisation closed the session at AED 349.78 billion after gaining AED 1.9 billion.