Saudi stocks conclude higher trading today, led by the agriculture and food industries sector

Saudi stocks

The Saudi stocks ended their trading higher today, Tuesday. The agricultural sector, the food industries, the industrial investment sector and the retail sector topped the high sectors.

The Saudi general index in the Riyadh Stock Exchange rose by about 0.72%, and the number of advancing shares exceeded the declining ones, as the number of advancing shares reached 118 shares, compared to 32 declining shares, while 27 shares remained unchanged.

The Saudi shares topped the following high shares on the general index, where the share of the Saudi Fisheries Company “SE:6050” came at the forefront of the rising shares, as it recorded an increase of 2.35 points, or by 10.11%, to reach the share price at closing of 25.60 riyals, while the shares of MetLife and AI continued. J and the Arab Bank for Cooperative Insurance “SE:8011” achieved gains of 5.34%, or a value of 1.10 points, to end the trading day at 21.70 riyals, and the Saudi IAIC share for Cooperative Insurance “SE:8050” added gains of 0.75 points, or by 4.78%, to reach the share price At 16.45 riyals.

As for the declining shares: The Saudi British Bank “SE:1060” share led the decline, which lost about 1.33%, or 0.30 points, to close its trading at a price of 22.30 riyals, and the share of Riyadh REIT “SE:4330” lost about 0.15 points, i.e., by 1.14%, to reach the share price of 13.05 riyals, while the share of Al-Hamadi Development and Investment “SE:4007” fell by 1.03%, losing 0.40 points, to reach the price of 38.30 riyals.

Commodities and Metals

Crude oil futures contracts for “June delivery” declined by 1.02%, to lose 0.51 cents, to reach the price of a barrel at the closing at $49.29, and Brent contracts for “July delivery” fell by 1.63%, losing 0.86 cents, to reach the price of a barrel at $51.78, and fell Gold contracts “June Delivery” by about 0.33% to lose 4.24 dollars, to reach the price of an ounce at 1263.86 dollars.

Currencies:

The EUR/SAR pair rose by 0.01% to trade at the 4.1886 level, while the USD/SAR continued its decline, as it lost about 0.02% to reach the level of 3.7499.

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UAE stocks end their trading in the green zone

Shares in the United Arab Emirates ended trading higher today, Tuesday, as the commodities sector, the services sector, and the transportation and communications sector topped the rising sectors.

Whereas, the Dubai Financial Market index closed its trading with a gain of about 0.67%, and the Abu Dhabi index gained by 0.20%.

The following shares topped the risers on the Dubai Financial Index: Takaful Emirates “DU:TKFE” share advanced by 0.110 points, or 4.87%, to reach the share price at closing at 2,370 dirhams, and the share of Dubai Islamic Insurance and Reinsurance Company “DU:AMAN” continued to achieve Its gains amounted to 4.40%, or 0.031 points, to end its trading at 0.736 dirhams. The share of Arabtec Holding “DU:ARTC” added gains by 4.03%, or 0.030 points, to reach the share price at 0.775 dirhams.

As for the declining shares on the Dubai index: the share of the Gulf General Investments Company “DU:GGIC” lost about 2.17%, or 0.008 points, to reach the share price at the close at 0.360 dirhams, and the share of Dar Takaful “DU:DTKF” lost towards 1.89%, or at the end of the day. A value of 0.020 points, to end trading at 1.040 dirhams, and the share of Dubai Investments “DU:DINV” lost 0.48%, or 0.010 points, to reach the share price at 2.070 dirhams.

As for the rising shares on the Abu Dhabi index, the share of Ras Al Khaimah National Bank “AD:RAKB” achieved gains by 9.30%, to close the trading at 4.70 dirhams, and the share of Waha Capital “AD:WAHA” continued its rise, as it added about 4.19%, to close at the price of 4.70 dirhams. 1.740 dirhams, and the share of Abu Dhabi National Building Materials “AD:BILD” added about 3.64%, to reach the share price at the closing at 0.570 dirhams.

As for the declining shares on the Abu Dhabi index: the share of “AD:AGTH” group company lost about 3.27%, to close its trading at 5.32 dirhams, and the share of Bank of Sharjah “AD:BOS” lost about 0.83%, to reach the share price at the closing at 1,200 dirhams. .

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