Iraq Stock Exchange recorded a rise in the number and value of shares last week



Views 28 Date 12/02/2017 - 20:04

Economy News / Baghdad ...



Iraq Stock Exchange index recorded a rise in the number and value of shares traded during the last week.

The executive director of the market, Taha Ahmed Abdul Salam, in a press statement received "Economy News" that "Iraq Stock Exchange systems during the week ending on the ninth of February, the current five sessions trading in the formal market and (4) sessions in the second market where the number of listed companies in the market (97) joint-stock company, of which 70 companies listed in the formal market and 27 companies listed in the second market. "

He pointed Abdul Salam that "over the past week deliberated during the meetings of shares of (52) in the formal market and (4) companies in the second market and that the number of listed companies in the market are (telecommunications 2, the industry 21, Agriculture 6, tourism 10, services 9 , financial investment 6, 11 money transfer, insurance 6). "

He stressed that the "number of shares traded last week amounted to 35 billion shares in exchange for 15 billion shares for the week Azli before him, as the total value of shares traded last week (31) billion dinars, compared to 15 billion dinars to the week before, while the number of transactions executed for the past week has reached (in 2513) in exchange for a deal (2522) deal of the week to him and closed the market index ISX 60 in the last session of the week b (711.80) points. "

Abdul Salam explained that "It is above indicators show that the number of shares traded rose last week was by (124.74%) compared to per week, which was accepted, and the total value of shares traded for the week Almave rose (107.61%) compared to per week, which was accepted, and also the market index rose ISX 60 by (0.89%) for closing the week before when it closed at (705.51) points, and that the market value for the week rose by (0.83%) per week compared to the one before the (9.691) trillion dinars. "




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