The price index of the Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) rose 27.9 points, to end Tuesday on 6,493.5 points. A total of 4,255 transactions worth KD 38,929,500, saw 308,935,000 shares changing hands. The sector indices were mostly in green, with a decrease of 27.3 points in the Non-Kuwaities sector. The biggest gainers were the food sector, which recorded a significant rise of 85.9 percent. The top share of the day was real estate company, FIRSTDUBAI, while biggest losers were local airline, Wataniya Airways (KNA) - which ceased its operations earlier in March 16, and will now enter a process to determine the future of the company, according to a statement on its website. The most traded shares of the day were those of National Ranges Company, International Financial Advisors, Kuwait International Bank, Kuwait Real Estate Company and the Al-Safwa Group Holding Company.