Dubai – Mubasher: The benchmark index of the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) went down by 0.66% or 14.01 points to settle at 2,093.63 points by the end of Sunday's trading session, reversing the upward performance on Thursday, 6 August.
A total of 271.02 million shares were traded through 3,148 transactions valued at AED 230.50 million.
The market cap value declined by around AED 1.57 billion to AED 296.6 billion, compared to AED 298.17 billion during the previous session.
The real estate sector led the losers with 1.05%, followed by the banks segment with 0.83%.
At the same time, Ekttitab Holding came on top of the losing stocks with 4.67%, while Shuaa Capital headed the rising stocks with 18.71%.
Union Properties posted the highest trading volume of 78.58 million shares, while Arabtec Holding, down 3.67%, recorded the highest turnover of AED 45.01 million.
Damac Properties topped the rising blue chips with 0.12%.