Trading at Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) started trading on Wednesday in red zone, with the weighted index reading 471.21 points, with a minor loss of 1.49 points, by 9:18 a.m. The price index went down by 40.81 points, reaching 8,201.5 points, while the KSX 15 index, which reflects trading in blue-chips, read 1,099.33 points, a drop of 4.59 points. Number of trades amounted to 3,646 deals at the time, worth KD 24,167,065. 296, and volume stood at 348,741,558 shares. Top volume shares were National Ranges Company (Mayadeen), Gulf Finance House, Investors Holding Group Company, Abyaar Real Estate Development Company, and, Al-Safat energy Holding Company. Meanwhile, Al-Safat Tec Holding Company, Ifa Hotels and Resorts Company, Massaleh Company, National Ranges Company (Mayadeen), First Dubai for Real Estate Development, were top gainers.