Abu Dhabi – Mubasher: The general index of the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) closed Thursday’s trading session at 5,037.46 points, down 0.56%, or 28.23 points, maintaining its negative performance on Wednesday, 12 February.
A total of 46.76 million shares were traded through 1,294 transactions at a value of AED 152.90 million.
The market cap value reached AED 526.29 billion, down around AED 2 billion from AED 528.30 billion during the previous session.
Meanwhile, the real estate sector topped losers with 0.91%, while the energy sector led gainers with 0.33%.
Waha Capital came on top of the red zone with 8.51%, while Arkan Building Materials Company headed the green zone with 10.47%.
First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB), down 1.42%, registered the highest turnover of AED 38.77 million, while Eshraq Investments posted the highest trading volume of 38.77 million shares.
Furthermore, Dana Gas topped the list of the rising blue chips with 1.10%.