Abu Dhabi market breaches a new historical level in today's session
The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange rose by 1.7%, breaching a new historical level at the level of 7400 points, in the middle of today's trading session, although it returned and fell from it and closed at the level of 7339 points, an increase of 1% from yesterday's session.
On a monthly level, the Abu Dhabi Securities Market rose by 4.2% during the month of July, reaching a historical level of 7,318.18 points - for the first time in its history - compared to about 6,835.43 points the month before last.
The real estate sector rose 4.27%, coinciding with the rise of Aldar Properties by 3.93%, and Ras Al Khaimah Real Estate by 9.61%.
The telecommunications sector rose 3.63%, with the share of Arid Company rising by 3.29%, and the Emirates Group Company by 3.64%.
This came amid recording the market value of Abu Dhabi shares at a value of 1.3 trillion dirhams at the end of the seventh month of 2021, compared to a value of 1.15 trillion dirhams at the end of last month, achieving monthly gains of about 150 billion dirhams.
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