Yesterday, the financial markets continued their rise for the second day in a row amid a further improvement in trading appetite and strengthened the general indicators, after penetrating the levels of the highest in several weeks.
With the end of the trading session yesterday, the market value of shares of traded companies raised its gains to 26 billion dirhams during two sessions, with the support of the banking, telecom and real estate sectors, according to the daily balance of transactions.
The general index of Abu Dhabi Securities Market rose by 1.9%, reaching 4062 points during the session yesterday, while the general index of the Dubai Financial Market rose by 1.54% reaching 1,862 points.
In light of a further improvement in trading appetite, the value of deals concluded in the Abu Dhabi and Dubai financial markets reached 555 million dirhams, and the number of traded shares reached 579 million shares, executed through 9111 transactions.
Etisalat maintained its bullish approach, rising to 15.1 dirhams, continuing to lead the activity in the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, in addition to the first Abu Dhabi Bank share, which closed at 11.2 dirhams, and Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank to 4.42 dirhams.
In the Dubai Financial Market, "Emaar" shares continued to lead the activity, rising to 2.45 dirhams, followed by Emaar Development to 2.15 dirhams, and "Emaar Malls" was able to reach the level of 1.19 dirhams. In the banking sector, the shares of Dubai Islamic Bank rose to 3.36 dirhams, while Aramex rose to 2.82 dirhams.
The value of deals concluded in the Dubai and Abu Dhabi financial markets reached 555 million dirhams.