The Qatar Stock Exchange Monday rose 0.25% on the back of strong buying in the telecom, transport, industrials and consumer goods counters.
Ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s meeting, the Qatar Stock Exchange plummeted 105 points to close below 11,700 points on an across the board selling, particularly in the telecom, realty and industrials.
Reflecting the global sentiments on higher-than-expected inflation in the US and the re-imposition of lockdown in China, the Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday saw its key index tank 182 points and capitalisation erode QR8bn.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday lost 86 points and its key index retreated below 13,000 levels, mainly dragged by transport, telecom and banking sectors.
The Qatar Stock Exchange closed the week of a higher note despite the global concerns of rising inflation and hardening interest rates.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday witnessed five of the seven sectors under the buying spotlight, even as it fell 16 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Tuesday witnessed violent gyrations for most part of the trading session but finally settled 51 points lower.
Strong global oil prices had its reflection in the Qatar Stock Exchange, which gained a huge 170 points in key index amidst flat capitalisation this week.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday crossed the 12,700 levels, mainly steered by transport and real estate sectors.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Tuesday shrugged off the initial bearish overhang, due to apprehensions in the global market over the US interest rate hike indications, as it finally settled 25 points higher.
Strengthening global oil prices, which hit a seven-year high due to geopolitical tensions, had its reflection in the Qatar Stock Exchange, whose key barometer had once crossed the 12,600 levels this week.