The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) closed Tuesday’s trading session in the green territory, backed by solid transactions carried out by net buyers.
The DFM’s general index edged up 12.75 points, or 0.44%, to 2,892.27 points.
The bourse’s liquidity stood at AED 266.051 million after nearly 147.641 million shares were traded through 3,313 transactions.
Market capitalisation gained AED 1.23 billion and closed the session at AED 375.840 billion.
The real estate sector headed the rising sectors with an increase of 1.04%, followed by the services sector that added 1%.
Meanwhile, the investment and financial services sector slid 0.53%, and the consumer staples sector remained stable.
Arabtec’s stock led the winners after jumping 11.32% to AED 1.77, while Al Ramz Corporation’s stock topped the losers after losing 10% to AED 0.98.
Emirates NBD was the most active stock by value with a turnover of AED 77.412 million, while Arabtec was the most active stock by volume with a trading volume of 26.428 million shares.