Qatar Exchange index lost 211.44 points (-2.04%) this week when the bourse closed Thursday afternoon at 10,164.76 points.
Trading value during this week decreased by 7.95% to reach QR 1,700,095,235.21 compared to QR 1,846,954,013.85.
Trading volume decreased by 12.41% to reach 42,386,514 shares, as against 48,392,413 shares, while the number of transactions rose by 3.52%, to reach 26,719 transactions as compared to 25,810 transactions.
Market capitalization fell by 1.87% to reach QR 543,648,073,805.15 as compared to QR 554,030,976,055.53 at the end of previous week.
Banking and Financial Services sector led traded value this week with 28.03% of the total traded value. Industries sector accounted for 27.54%. Consumer Goods and Services sector accounted for 15.82% and Transportation sector accounted for 12.15%.
Banking and Financial Services sector led traded volume this week with 29.89% of the total traded volume. Industries sector accounted for 20.86%. Real Estate sector accounted for 16.66% and Consumer Goods and Services sector accounted for 13.95%.
Banking and Financial Services sector led traded number of transactions this week with 25.2% of the total number of transactions. Industries sector accounted for 25.07%. Consumer Goods and Services sector accounted for 15.29% and Real Estate sector accounted for 11.54%.
From the 43 listed companies nine companies ended this week higher, while 33 fell and one unchanged.
The Qatari Investors Group led trading value during this week accounted for 17.23% of the total traded value. Gulf Warehousing accounted for 10.25% and Masraf Al Rayan accounted for 9.55%.