The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) started Tuesday’s trading session in red territory, pressured by the fall of four sectors.
By 09:55 am Qatar time, the general index declined 0.73% to 10,338.99 points, adding 76.04 points.
The bourse’s turnover amounted to QAR 23.9 million after 584,400 were shares traded through 445 transactions.
The banking sector topped the QSE’s losers falling 1.02% as Qatar Oman Investment declined 1.53%, while the industrial sector plunged 0.66% as Gulf International Services decreased by 1%.
On the other hand, the real estate sector headed the risers adding 0.21% due to Ezdan Holding Group’s 0.63% jump, while the insurance sector inched up 0.09% as Qatar Insurance grew 0.14%.
Qatar Fuel’s (Woqod) stock, which stood at QAR 193, led the QSE in terms of liquidity with QAR 13.2 million, while Vodafone Qatar’s stock, which retreated 0.50%, spearheaded the market in terms of trading volume with 105,200 shares.