The National Assembly of Kuwait
The National Assembly of Kuwait

Everyone knows nowadays that the Qatar Stock Exchange or the Qatari Stock Exchange has a very large investment field and everyone is looking for information for it in order to start investing and trading in that exchange, due to the sake of achieving a profit margin for all investors.

Everyone also knows that financial markets or exchanges in general are subject to profit or loss, depending on the global economy.

In a related economic context, the Kuwait Stock Exchange ended the transactions today, Monday, on a contrast, with high liquidity, and the growth of 6 sectors.

The first market index increased by 0.07%, the general index and the major 50 grew by 0.04% and 0.02%, respectively, while the main index fell by only 0.07% from yesterday's levels.

The trading was mixed today. Liquidity increased at 44.62 million dinars, compared to 39.18 million dinars yesterday, while the quantities fell to 362.44 million shares, compared to 368.73 million shares in the previous session.

Transactions witnessed an increase of 6 sectors, led by technology, by 13.26%, while 6 sectors, advanced by oil and gas, declined 0.66%, while the utilities sector stabilized alone.

Green List Systems shares topped the list with 13.26%, while Soraya led the declines by 9.35%.

Arzan rose 1.43% in trading activity at all levels, with a volume of 42.23 million shares, and liquidity worth 4.14 million dinars.

The Kuwait Stock Exchange announced today, Monday, the end of the period specified for the listed companies to disclose their interim financial statements.

This comes in implementation of Paragraph A of Article (1-15) of Book Twelve (Listing Rules), and accordingly trading in the shares of MENA Real Estate Company will be suspended if it is more than 15 days late from this date.

The Stock Exchange noted that trading is suspended for Tamkeen Holding Company and Dana Al-Safa Food Company for failure to provide data for the first, second and third quarter of 2020.

As for the Effect Real Estate Company, trading on it is suspended for failure to provide data for the phases ending on July 31 and October 31, 2019, and the data ending on January 31 and July 31, 2020.

The Stock Exchange pointed to the suspension of trading on the two companies, Al Mal Investment, and Reem Real Estate, for not submitting data on September 30th, and stopping trading on Dana Al Safa because its losses exceeded 75% of the capital.

In addition, trading was suspended on Effect Real Estate and Dana Al Safa due to the liquidation, and Tamkeen Holding and Ras Al Khaimah for the Cement and Construction Materials Industry were stopped for non-payment of the annual subscription fee for the years 2019 and 2020, and Effect was suspended for non-payment of last year's fee.

This comes in addition to the companies suspended by a decision from the Capital Markets Authority, namely: Arabi Holding Group, Ajwan Al Khaleej Real Estate, Abyaar Real Estate Development, Sukuk Holding, and Al Mal Investment.