The Qatar stock exchange (QSE) ended Sunday’s trading session in red territory, breaking four straight gains, dragged down by a massive drop of all sectors.
The general index rose 0.38%, or 38.80 points, to finish at 10,154.21 points.
The bourse’s liquidity decreased to QAR 89.59 million on Sunday from QAR 180.63 million on Thursday, while the trading volume retreated to 4.45 million shares against 4.59 million in the previous session.
The real estate sector topped the QSE’s losers falling 0.82% as Ezdan Holding Group plunged 1.62%, while the banking sector declined 0.42% due to the heavyweight Qatar National Bank’s (QNB) 0.22% drop.
By the end of the session, Mazaya Qatar Real Estate’s stock, which rose 5.73%, led the QSE in terms of trading volume with 1.7 million shares, generating QAR 13.1 million in liquidity.