Riyadh – Mubasher: The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) extended its gains during Tuesday’s trading for the fifth consecutive session, with the Tadawul All Share Index (TASI) closing up by 0.13% or 9.94 points to stand at 7,400 points.
The trading volume amounted to 267.129 million shares, with a turnover of SAR 5.24 billion distributed over 256,622 deals.
Furthermore, the energy sector topped the winners with 0.64%, followed by the telecommunication services and the materials instruments with 0.23% and 0.12%, respectively. However, the banks sector went down by 0.27%.
Gulf Union Cooperative Insurance Company came on top of the rising stocks with 9.96%, whereas Al Abdullatif Industrial Investment Company headed the falling stocks with 1.71%.
Dar Alarkan Real Estate Development led the trading activity through the exchange of 25.5 million shares, while Saudi Aramco recorded the largest liquidity of SAR 373 million.
Meanwhile, the Nomu-Parallel Market Capped Index (NomuC) gained 1.71% and reached the level of 8,286.59 points.
Sumou Real Estate Company led the gainers with 11.43%, followed by Al Samaani Factory for Metal Industries Company with 2.46%.