Stock market registered an increase of 308% in shares last week

20/02/2017 09:38 | Number of Views: 289

Direction Press / Baghdad


Iraq Stock Exchange record, a rise in the number of shares traded in the market at rates exceeding 308% over the past week compared per week before.

The executive director of the market, Taha Ahmed Abdul Salam said in a statement received "direction Press" a copy of it, that "the Iraq Stock Exchange systems during the week ending on the sixteenth of February will be five sessions of trading in the formal market and five sessions in the second market."


He added that "the number of listed companies in the market was (97) joint-stock company, of which 70 companies listed in the formal market and 27 companies listed in the second market traded during hearings last week, shares of (53) in the formal market and (4 ) companies in the second market. "


And Abdel Salam "The number of companies suspended from trading for failing to submit annual and quarterly disclosure of the body and the market has been over the past week (15) while the number of company shares listed on the market amounted to (9.584) trillion shares."


He stressed that the "number of shares traded last week (144)] billion shares, compared with 35 billion shares for the week before while the value of shares traded last week (72) billion dinars, compared to 31 billion dinars for the week before and the number of transactions executed last week was the (1947) in exchange for a deal (2513) deal for the week before and the market index closed ISX 60 in the last session of the week b (712.19 points). "


Abdul Salam said that "It is the trading data analysis of last week's note that the number of shares traded last week Artvaat rate (308.97%) compared to per week, which was accepted and also the total value of shares traded rose last week by (130.17%) compared to per week, which was accepted and also record the market rise in market ISX 60 index by (0.05%) last week for closing the week before when it closed at (711.80) points. "

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