The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) is hopeful of making it to the "developed" market category from the present "emerging" market status, having consistently upgraded its product and legislative framework.
Islamic equities were seen outperforming conventional ones Monday on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which overall gained 19 points to once again cross the 9,400 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Sunday witnessed six of the seven sectors under buying spotlight; yet it settled 13 points lower and its key barometer retreated below 9,400 levels.
Islamic equities outperformed the other indices on the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) this week, which otherwise had truncated days in view of Eid holidays.
Higher-than-average demand at the insurance, industrials and banking counters on Thursday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange as much as 90 points to comfortably place its key barometer above 9,400 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) witnessed strong buying, especially in banking and transport counters; yet it treaded a flat path, amidst weakened trading this week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday gained more than 20 points, mainly on the back of strong buying in transport and insurance equities.
Islamic equities were seen outperforming the Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Sunday opened the week on a stronger note albeit at lower levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange continued its bearish run for the second straight session on Thursday and its key index fell 18 points, mainly dragged by domestic institutions.
Investors’ stronger penchant for Islamic equities was visible on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Tuesday gained 25 points; but failed to break the break the 9,400 resistance levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday gained more than 55 points to inch near 9,400 levels, mainly on the back of buying interests in consumer goods, transport and real estate segments.
Local retail investors and foreign funds were seen bullish on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise treaded a flat course, after touching near 9,400 levels, this week.