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Industries Qatar Q1 Profit Rises
Industries Qatar Nine-Month Profit Falls
Industries Qatar Acquires QP's 25% Stake In QAFCO
Industries Qatar QSC (IQ) is a Qatar-based company that acts as a holding company with operations in Qatar and the Jebel Ali Free Zone in the United Arab Emirates. The Company is active, along with its subsidiaries and joint ventures, in three business segments: the Petrochemical segment, which produces and sells ethylene, polyethylene, methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), methanol, caustic soda, ethylene dichloride, vinyl chloride monomer and other petrochemical products; the Fertilizer segment produces and sells urea, ammonia and other by products, and the Steel segment produces and sells steel pellets, bars, billets and others. The Company’s subsidiaries and joint ventures include Qatar Steel Company QSC, Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) QSC, Qatar Fertiliser Company QSCC and Qatar Fuel Additives Company Limited QSCC.
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West Bay Area
P.O. Box 3212
Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi
Chairman of the Board & Managing Director
Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Mannai
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Mohammed Yousef Al Mulla
Member of the Board
Ahmed Abdulqader Al-Ahmed
Member of the Board
Mohammed Nasser Mubarak Al-Hajri
Member of the Board
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Major stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Monday, as investors eye economic recovery and rising oil prices which gained on an improved outlook for worldwide fuel demand.
Saudi Arabian shares ended higher on Sunday, outperforming other Gulf peers, buoyed by gains in banking stocks, while Egypt's blue-chip index extended losses.
Major Gulf stock markets were little changed in early trade on Sunday, though the Saudi index was up 0.4% to extend gains from the previous four sessions.
Most major Gulf stock markets finished higher on Wednesday as oil prices rose, while real estate stocks pressured Dubai to close lower.
Most major Gulf stock markets opened lower on Thursday, although the Dubai index was still set for its fourth weekly gain after recent gains in property shares and financial stocks.
Major stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Tuesday, with the Saudi index leading the way, while broad-based losses pulled Egyptian shares lower amid media reports the country's National Bank is set to raise $1 billion to refinance debt.
Broad-based losses pulled Qatari shares lower on Monday, with all stocks on the index except one in negative territory, while the Abu Dhabi index was buoyed by its top lender.
Major stock markets in the Gulf were mixed early on Monday in thin trade ahead of Eid al-Fitr holidays, with the Saudi index supported by financial shares.
Most stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Thursday, with the Saudi index underperforming, dragged down by losses in its financial shares. Saudi Arabia's benchmark index dropped 1.1%, with Al Rajhi Bank and petrochemical firm Saudi Basic Industries both sliding 3%. On...
Saudi Arabia's stock market outperformed the region on Wednesday, boosted by gains in financial shares, while other major Gulf markets ended lower.
Major stock markets in the Gulf closed mixed on Tuesday, with petrochemical shares boosting the Qatari index.
Share markets in the Gulf were mixed on Tuesday, with the Dubai index hit by stocks trading ex-dividend.
Major Gulf stock markets ended mixed on Sunday, with Qatar registering sharp losses following a surge in the previous session when it removed a cap on foreign ownership, while blue-chip Egyptian shares boosted the main index.
Most stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Monday, amid hopes that the busy Suez Canal waterway will soon be reopened after the ship blocking it was partially re-floated.
Dubai and Abu Dhabi's stock markets retreated on Thursday, dragged down by firms that traded ex-dividend, while other major Gulf markets were steady in early trade.
Qatar's stock market rose sharply in early Tuesday trade, buoyed by an easing in the Gulf's more than three-year diplomatic rift, while Dubai climbed for a third session amid growth in the United Arab Emirates' non-oil private sectors.
Stock markets in the United Arab Emirates rose in early trade on Sunday, starting 2021 on a positive note in line with the country's economic forecast and eclipsing a recent record jump in COVID-19 cases.
Industries Qatar (IQ) <IQCD.QA> has bought Qatar Petroleum's 25% stake in Qatar Fertiliser Co (QAFCO) for $1 billion, the company said, making IQ the 100% owner of the world’s largest single site urea producer.
* Qatar to raise Qatari staff proportion in state-affiliated cos * 27 of 30 stocks decline in Egypt's blue-chip index By Ateeq Shariff July 9 (Reuters) - Broad-based gains pushed the Qatari bourse higher on Thursday, with financial stocks leading the pack, whereas a wide...
Major stock markets in the Gulf were subdued in early trade on Wednesday, with banking and real estate shares weighing on indexes in the United Arab Emirates.
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