Dubai – Mubasher: The benchmark index of the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) inched up by 0.17% or 3.66 points to end Sunday's trading session at 2,085.85 points, unlike its negative performance on Thursday, 9 July.
A total of 233.95 million shares were traded through 3,159 transactions at a total value of AED 156.64 million.
However, the market cap value declined by AED 60 billion to AED 295.76 billion, compared to AED 295.82 billion during the previous session.
The banks sector led the risers with 0.46%, while the investment and financial services segment came on top of the decliners with 0.5%.
Meanwhile, the consumer staples sector remained unchanged.
Damac Properties topped the rising stocks with 11.57%, while Al Madina for Finance and Investment led the losing stocks with 4.89%.
Union Properties posted the highest trading volume of 59.46 million shares, while Arabtec Holding, up 8.36%, recorded the highest turnover of AED 20.36 million.
Dubai Investments led the losing blue chips with 0.86%.