Abu Dhabi – Mubasher: The main index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) declined by 0.10% or 5.12 points to 5,174 points by the end of Sunday’s trading session, compared to its upward performance on Thursday, 16 January.
A total of 25.35 million shares were traded in the session through 638 transactions at a value of AED 80.93 million.
The market cap value lost AED 1.2 billion, reaching AED 532.41 billion from AED 533.61 billion in the previous session.
Meanwhile, the energy sector decreased by 1.10%, followed by the telecommunication segment with 0.36%, while the real estate was the only gainer with 0.91%.
Invest Bank topped the losers with 10%, while Arkan Building Materials Company led the gainers with 8.08%.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) registered the highest liquidity of AED 23.26 million, while Aldar Properties recorded the highest trading volume of 6.21 million shares.
As for the losing blue chips, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for Distribution (ADNOC Distribution) came on top of the list with 0.64%, followed by ADCB with 0.62% and Dana Gas with 0.33%.
Regarding the rising blue chips, Aldar Properties and Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) increased by 0.90% and 0.72%, respectively.