Emirates News Agency – Abu Dhabi market gains 21.8 billion dirhams amid record liquidity and major deals

Emirates News Agency – Abu Dhabi market gains 21.8 billion dirhams amid record liquidity and major deals
Emirates News Agency – Abu Dhabi market gains 21.8 billion dirhams amid record liquidity and major deals

Wednesday, November 23, 2022 – 4:47 PM

ABU DHABI, 23rd November, 2020 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi Securities Market consolidated its gains at the end of the day’s trading, and its market capitalization amounted to approximately 21.8 billion dirhams, amid record liquidity that exceeded 3 billion dirhams, after executing large deals on the “A&” share.
The market capital of shares listed on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange rose to 2.54 trillion dirhams at the end of today’s session, compared to 2.518 trillion dirhams at the end of yesterday’s session, while the market capitalization of shares listed on the Dubai Financial Market reached 581.9 billion dirhams.
Local stocks attracted more than 3.33 billion dirhams of liquidity, distributed by 3.09 billion dirhams in the Abu Dhabi market and 248.06 million dirhams in the Dubai market, and about 479.4 million shares were traded through the implementation of more than 21 thousand transactions.

The shares of the “A & Etisalat previously” group in the Abu Dhabi market witnessed the execution of 7 large deals, with a value of more than 5.7 billion dirhams, on 59.8 million shares.
The performance of the Abu Dhabi market was supported by an increase in the shares of “First Abu Dhabi” by 2.97%, “Al-Dar Properties” by 2.02%, “Al-Alamiah Holding” by 1.7%, “Abu Dhabi Islamic” by 1.6%, “VertiGlobe” by 1.3%, “Yahsat” by 1.15% and “Borouge” 0.74%, “A&” 0.72%, and “Abu Dhabi Ports” 0.52%.
“A&” topped the activity, attracting liquidity of 1.57 billion dirhams, followed by “Al-Alamiah Holding” with a liquidity of 298 million dirhams, then “Alpha Abu Dhabi” with about 187.19 million dirhams.
In the Dubai market, Emirates NBD rose 0.38%, Dubai Financial Market 0.64%, Salik 0.44%, Shuaa Capital 1.41%, Aramex 0.27%, Amanat Holdings 1.09%, and Amlak Finance. 0.8%.

“Emaar Properties” topped the activity, attracting liquidity of about 45.2 million dirhams, followed by “Dubai Islamic” 40.15 million dirhams, then “Ajman Bank” 31.7 million dirhams.

Asim Al-Khouli / Ramy Samih

The article is in Arabic

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