Riyadh – Mubasher: The Saudi stock market “Tadawul” ended today’s session with a noticeable decline, to continue its decline for the third consecutive session, in light of a collective decline of sectors amid a noticeable decline in liquidity.
The general index of the market “TASI” closed down 1.63%, with losses amounting to 191.34 points, dropping it to the level of 1,566.45 points.
Trading values fell to 3.84 billion riyals, compared to 4.92 billion riyals in the previous session, and trading quantities fell to 115.45 million shares, compared to 134.76 million shares, last Thursday.
All sectors closed in red, led by the food production sector, which fell 3.59%, the banking sector declined 1.6%, the basic materials sector fell 2.05%, and the losses of the communications and energy sectors amounted to 0.77% and 0.03%, respectively.
In terms of stock performance, losses included 197 shares, led by “Salama”, which fell 7.93%, and gains were limited to 8 stocks, led by “Tanmia”, an increase of 4.04%.
“Al-Rajhi” recorded the highest trading value of 195.84 million riyals, and the highest volumes of “Petro Rabigh” shares were about 11.1 million shares.
On the parallel market level, the (Upper Limit Growth) index closed down 1.39%, losing 1.39 points from its value, to close at 19,941.86 points.
The “Future Care” share led the losses, with a decrease of 13.11%, and the “Care” stock came at the forefront of the gainers, after rising 7.44%.
The Saudi stock market, “Tadawul”, ended last Thursday’s session, down 0.11%, to continue its decline for the second consecutive session, in light of the decline in the banking and communications sectors, and a decline in the trading movement.
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