DOHA: Qatar Exchange index gained 143.35 points (1.11 percent) this week when trading closed at 13,104.75 points here Thursday afternoon. The trading value of QR 4,952,620,601.28 is an increase by 0.71 percent compared to QR 4,917,903,442.45 last week.
The trading volume of 111,603,300 shares is a decrease by 12.16 percent compared to 127,050,276 shares last week, while 51,758 transactions is a drop by 1.66 percent compared to 52,631 last week. The market capitalization QR 734,345,946,420 is an increase by 0.33 percent compared to QR 731,895,919,691.45 last week.
Banks and financial services led the traded value this week accounting for 32.2 percent of the total traded value. Industries accounted for 21.32 percent. Real estate accounted for 15.32 percent, and consumer goods and services accounted for 13.35 percent.
Banks and financial services led the traded volume this week accounting for 25.45 percent of the total volume. Real estate accounted for 22.65 percent. Telecoms accounted for 16.08 percent, and industries accounted for 14.84 percent.
Banks and financial services topped the number of transactions this week accounting for 25.64 percent of the total transactions. Industries accounted for 25.51 percent. Real estate accounted for 18.49 percent, and consumer goods and services accounted for 13.01 percent.
From the 43 listed companies, 23 ended this week higher while 18 fell and two remained unchanged. Masraf Al Rayan led traded value during this week with 9.22 percent of the total traded value. Qatar Fuel accounted for 8.67 percent and Vodafone Qatar accounted for 6.49 percent.(QNA)