Qatar Stock Exchange index gained 1,388.44 points (12.09%) in the month of July compared to 12,877.31 points at close of June.
The trading value of QR 12,567,581,238.51 in July is a decrease by 29.07% compared to QR 17,717,524,539.44 registered in June.
The market capitalization of QR 690.245 billion is an increase by 9.18% from 19 days of trading activity compared to QR 632.232 billion at the end of June which saw 22 days of business.
The trading volume of 303,742,362 shares is a decrease by -23.79% compared to 398,573,839 shares while the 146,915 transactions is a drop by -26.22% compared to 199,130 transactions in June.
Banks and financial services led the traded value in July with 34.7% of the total traded value. Real estate accounted for 22.76%. Industries accounted for 16.16%. Consumer goods and services accounted for 10.71%. Telecoms accounted for 7.53%. Transportation accounted for 4.59%, and insurance accounted for 3.55%.
Real estate led the traded volume with 33.95% of the total traded volume. Banks and financial services accounted for 23.90%. Telecoms accounted for 13.09%. Consumer goods and services accounted for
11.55%. Industries accounted for 9.13%. Transportation accounted for 5.91%, and insurance accounted for 2.47%.
From the 43 listed companies, 39 ended July higher while four declined.
The Qatari bourse’s index peaked at 13,284.65 points on July 17 and the lowest of 12,134.14 points was on July 1.
QE registered the maximum number of transactions 11,074 on July 23 while July 7 recorded the lowest of 4,093 transactions.
July 16 recorded the highest traded value of QR 1.008 billion.