Most stock markets in the Middle East ended higher on Sunday, with Qatar's index leading the gains on a rise in financial shares, while Egypt closed lower.
Most Gulf markets rose on Monday, with Abu Dhabi leading the gains, buoyed by signs of economic recovery and additional positive data about a COVID-19 vaccine.
Most major stock markets in the Middle East ended higher on Sunday, with Saudi leading gains on a rise in financial shares, while Egypt bucked the trend to close lower.
Most stock markets in the Middle East ended higher on Monday, mirroring a buoyant day in oil prices and global stocks, with the Saudi index leading the gains.
Most share markets in the Gulf ended higher on Sunday but stocks did not react significantly to Joe Biden's victory in the U.S. presidential election.
Most stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Thursday, with Qatar leading on broad-based gains, while the Saudi index bucked the trend to close flat.
Most Middle Eastern Markets ended higher on Wednesday mirroring gains in oil prices, after President Donald Trump falsely claimed victory in a tight U.S. election that proved far closer than polls had predicted.
Stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Sunday in response to Thursday’s slide in oil prices as rising COVID-19 cases in Europe and the United States heightened concerns over the outlook for fuel consumption.
Major Gulf markets ended lower on Wednesday with the Saudi index leading losses, while Egypt's bourse was hurt by a blue-chip selloff.
Saudi Arabian shares fell sharply on Sunday in a broad sell-off, while a plunge in Commercial International Bank weighed on the Egyptian index.