Riyadh – Mubasher: The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) ended Monday’s trading session in the red zone amidst a decline in liquidity levels.
The Tadawul All Share Index (TASI) lost 0.87% or 68.55 points and closed at the level of 7,833.38 points.
Traded volumes noticeably improved to 80.77 million shares, compared with 62.06 million shares on Sunday, while values increased to SAR 2.16 billion, up from SAR 1.63 billion in the week’s first session.
The telecom sector led the declining stocks, sliding by 1.63%, followed by energy, basic materials, and banks with 1.46%, 1.06%, and 0.94%, respectively.
Alinma Tokio Marine surged 10% and led the rising stocks, followed by Tabuk Agriculture and Anaam Holding with 5.3% and 5.22%, respectively.
As for the falling stocks, Herfy Food topped the losers and decreased by 2.78%.
Meanwhile, the main index of the Nomu Parallel Market closed at 7,113.98 points, adding 11.78% or 794.54 points.