The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) on Thursday closed this week's trading at a slight rise in the last ditch in spite of mixed general performance involving all sectors.
This has put the main indexes of the bourse, especially regarding the monetary value, in the green zone, indicating the continuing stability of the market thanks to the national portfolio.
Today's buying orders were so selective that operational shares were involved, reflecting the total monetary value hitting nearly 60 percent despite sale and profit-taking pressure including many shares.
The general performance was also marked by the rise in fluidity to good levels when compared to last sessions' performance, thus contributing to a generally stable market and a last-ditch correction.
Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended Thursday's session in the green zone as the weighted index came to 456.55 points, gaining 0.12 points, the price index reached 6,776.09 points, gaining 0.65 points and the KSX 15 recorded 1,110.29 points, gaining 0.41 points.
The number of trades was 3,808, with a value of KD 21,091,068.004 and a volume of 174,644,675.
The top gainers were (AMAR), (MASHAER), (CABLETV), (ALDEERA) and (GFC), while the top volume shares were (GFH), (KRE), (COAST), (SENERGY) and (KSHC).