The Qatar stock exchange (QSE) ended Wednesday’s trading in positive territory, encouraged by the growth of four sectors, exceeding 9,000 points.
The general index rose 97.02 points, or 1.08%, to finish at 9,055.02 points.
The QSE’s liquidity increased to QAR 365.28 million on Wednesday from QAR 215.54 million on Tuesday, while the trading volume surged to 19.19 million shares against only 6.99 million in the previous session.
The real estate sector topped the QSE’s risers adding 3.12% as Ezdan Holding Group rose 4.77%.
Likewise, the banking sector levelled up 1.35%, backed by Commercial Bank of Qatar (CBQ) and Qatar National Bank (QNB) which added 3.83% and 1.40%, respectively.
Meanwhile, the goods and services topped the bourse’s decliners falling 0.20% after Medicare Group decreased 0.59%.
The transportation sector inched down 0.04% as Gulf Warehousing Company (GWC) and Qatar Navigation went down 1.20% and 0.58%, respectively.
Vodafone Qatar’s stock, which jumped 2.91%, headed the market in terms of trading volume with 8.1 million shares, generating QAR 73.8 million in a turnover.