‘Amman Bourse’ Trades 7.7m Shares, Up 0.33 per cent

تم نشره في Mon 9 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
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AMMAN —AlGhad— The Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) closed at 7.7 million shares traded Monday, 9th of January, 2017, at a total value of JOD6.3 million, peaking a 0.33 per cent increase in shares price index at 2,177.18 points.

The shares of 111 companies were traded, the price index of 58 companies rose, and the shares prices of 28 declined.

At the sector level, the Services index increased by 0.84 per cent, the Industrial index increased by 0.39 per cent, and the Financial index increased by 0.12 per cent.

As for sub sector indices, the Paper and Cardboard Industries, Technology and Communication, Diversified Financial Services, Utilities and Energy, Pharmaceutical and Medical Industries, Health Care Services, Engineering and Construction, Hotels and Tourism, Real Estate, Tobacco and Cigarettes, Food and Beverages, Mining and Extraction Industries, Electrical Industries, Chemical Industries, Commercial Services sectors increased by 4.20 per cent, 2.05 per cent, 1.45 per cent, 1.20 per cent, 0.92 per cent, 0.90 per cent, 0.81 per cent, 0.72 per cent, 0.48 per cent, 0.46 per cent, 0.37 per cent, 0.26 per cent, 0.17 per cent, 0.07 per cent, and 0.05 per cent, respectively. Media, Insurance, Textiles, Leathers and Clothing, Transportation sectors decreased by 1.25 per cent, 0.62 per cent, 0.19 per cent, and 0.03 per cent, respectively.

The top five gainers were, the Al-amal Financial Investments Co. by 7.32 per cent, Resources Company For Development And Investment Plc by 7.14 per cent, Union Tobacco & Cigarette Industries by 6.19 per cent, Nutri Dar by 4.65 per cent, and Zara Investment Holding by 4.65 per cent.

The top five losers were, Real Estate Development by 4.44 per cent, Specialized Trading & Investment by 3.87 per cent, Arab East For Real Estate Investments Co by 3.70 per cent, Jordan Clothing Company Plc by 3.64 per cent, and United Financial Investments by 3.33 per cent.