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The Arab Monetary Fund issues the “Weekly Bulletin of Arab Financial Markets”

Aya Hussain

    The Arab Monetary Fund Composite Index for Arab Financial Markets ended the trading of the week ending on the seventeenth of February 2023 increased by about 0.42 per cent to about 273 .78 a point.

  • topped the Qatar Stock Exchange Arab stock exchanges

    in terms of an increase in performance indicators by 2. 08 percent as a result of the rise in the services, insurance, banking, and communications sectors indices.

      The Beirut Stock Exchange was ahead of the Arab stock exchanges The level of increase in the percentage of the market value by about 2. 27 percent due to the improvement of the banking sector index.

      The Iraqi Stock Exchange recorded the highest level of rise for value Circulated by 221.66 per cent, and the Arab stock exchanges topped in terms of increased trading volume by 137.03 in percent, benefiting from the improvement in the indicators of the industry, services and agriculture sectors.

      The composite index of the Arab Monetary Fund for the Arab financial markets recorded during the week ending on the seventeenth of February 900 an increase of about 0.29 per cent, what equals 1. percentage point, reaching about 273. points, compared to February 10 2023.

        Witnessed The indicators of the performance of the Arab stock exchanges included in the composite index of the Arab Monetary Fund showed variation in the week ending on the seventh The tenth of February 900. In this regard, five Arab stock exchanges recorded an increase, benefiting from the companies’ annual results for the year 900, which were mostly positive. The improvement of a number of indicators of the performance of the Arab stock exchanges also came as a result of the rise in the indicators of the banking, telecommunications, investment and financial services sectors, which contributed to the increase in the indicators of market value and trading volume in a number of them. The weekly improvement of a number of Arab stock exchanges was consistent with the weekly gains recorded by a number of global financial markets, especially European ones, in addition to a number of emerging stock exchanges. On the other hand, nine Arab stock exchanges recorded a decline in their performance indicators, affected by the decline in energy, industry and tourism indicators, which led to a decline in trading value indicators, which in turn affected the decline in liquidity rates.

        at the level of the market value of financial markets

        Arabic , it increased by about 1.43 percent, as a result of its rise in six Arab stock exchanges , in return for recording a decline in seven Arab stock exchanges. The Beirut Stock Exchange topped the recorded increase in the market capitalization level by 2. 08 percent. The Qatar and Saudi stock exchanges also recorded an increase of about 1. 05 and 1. 76 percent, respectively, while the stock exchanges of Egypt, Abu Dhabi and Kuwait witnessed an improvement of less than one percent at the end of last week.

        Recorded the value of Arab financial markets trading back slightly by 0.48 percent as a result of the decrease in the trading value on six stock exchanges Arab, compared to recording a rise in eight other stock exchanges. The Iraqi Stock Exchange witnessed the largest increases in trading value by 221.66 in percent, and the stock exchanges of Muscat, Palestine and Bahrain witnessed an increase of 78.12 And the78.88 And the110 09 per cent respectively. The stock exchanges of Amman, Egypt, Dubai and Saudi Arabia also recorded an increase, with rates ranging between 1. 29 and 6. 02 percent.

        record The trading volume of Arab stock exchanges increased by about 137.08 percent as a result of its rise in six Arab stock exchanges, compared to its decline in nine other Arab stock exchanges. The Iraq Stock Exchange advanced the Arab stock exchanges in terms of trading volume by 273. in cent, and the Palestine and Bahrain stock exchanges recorded an increase of about 110.03 And the327.66 percent, respectively. The stock exchanges of Muscat, Egypt and Dubai also witnessed an increase that ranged between 08.95 And the76.19 percent.

The full version of the issue is available at the following link:

https://www.amf.org.ae/ar/publications/nshrt-aswaq-almal/alnshrt-alasbwyt-laswaq-almal-alrbyt-aldd-alsads-waltswn