The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) started Monday in the green, breaking the six-session decline.
Its benchmark Tadawul All Share Index (TASI) inched up 65 points to 7,392.14 points.
By 10:40 am KSA time, TASI’s trading volume amounted to 24.6 million shares at a turnover of SAR 515 million through 15,700 transactions.
The real estate sector topped the market’s gainers with 1.7%, followed by the banking, telecommunications and materials sectors, which rose 0.89%, 0.88% and 0.81%, respectively.
Meanwhile, The foods retail sector was TASI’s only decliner after losing 0.38%.
Shams’s stock topped the market’s gainers adding 5.78% to SAR 30.95, while Salama led TASI’s decliners after tumbling 3.13% to SAR 30.35.
Moreover, NOMU, the benchmark index of the Nomu-Parallel Market, inched up 0.01%, or 0.33 point to 2,985.33 points at Monday’s early trading.
Al Samaani’s stock spearheaded NOMU’s three gainers surging 20% to SAR 63.90.