DOHA: Qatar Exchange index dropped 100.57 points or 0.85 percent this week when trading closed at 11,771.83 points here Thursday afternoon.
The trading value of QR 3,707,188,495.63 is a decrease by 10.47 percent compared to QR 4,140,641,470.29 at the end of the previous week.
The trading volume of 71,161,790 shares is a decrease by 20.14 percent compared to 89,111,629 while the 42,660 transactions is an increase by 30.41 percent compared to 32,713 transactions last week.
The market capitalization of QR 683,473,608,374.16 is an increase by 9.55 percent compared to QR 623,914,015,025.04 at the end of previous week.
Industries led the traded value this week with 44.59 percent of the total traded value.
Banks and financial services accounted for 25.21 percent.
Consumer goods and services accounted for 9.14 percent and real estate accounted for 7.70 percent.
Industries led the traded volume this week with 31.01 percent of the total traded volume.
Banks and financial services accounted for 21.33 percent.
Real estate accounted for 16.38 percent, and telecoms accounted for 11.67 percent.
Industries topped the transactions with 57.92 percent of the total.
Banks and financial services accounted for 16.67 percent.
Consumer goods and services accounted for 8.41 percent, and real estate accounted for 6.53 percent.
From the 43 listed companies, 15 ended this week higher, 26 fell and two remained unchanged.
From these companies, Mesaieed Petrochemical Holding Company led the traded value with 25.47 percent of the total traded value.
Industries Qatar accounted for 11.12 percent followed by Commercial Bank which accounted for 7.45 percent. (QNA)