UAE – Mubasher: The main index DFMGI of Dubai Financial Market (DFM) fell on Tuesday by 27.95 points (0.66%) to 4,154.11 points.
A total of 144.59 million shares were traded at a value of AED 369.92 million.
Dubai National Insurance and Reinsurance headed the risers with 4.43%, while Takaful Emarat topped the fallers with 3.19%.
Emaar Properties recorded the highest trading value of AED 91.66 million, while Shuaa Capital was the most active stock with 12.69 million shares.
Similarly, the benchmark index FADGI of Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) closed down by 0.23% at 9,813.31 points.
The turnover reached AED 1.12 billion after 214.92 million shares were exchanged, while the market cap value amounted to AED 2.86 trillion.
Palms Sports led the falling entities with 8.88%, while Aram Group advanced the risers with 14.71%.
International Holding Company (IHC) registered the largest trading value of AED 228.08 million, while RAK Properties was the most active stock with 32.75 million shares.