Interntional and regional economic crises shed negative effect on the Jordanian bourse which made it loses 56.7 points through last week's trading, the sharpest drop since 2004, reaching to 2014 points, according to data of the local stock market released on Friday.
The benchmark dropped upon closing of yesterday's session to 2019,6 points, compared to 2076,3 points the previous week, with an decrease of 2.73 percent.
Daily stock volume amounted to USD 12 million, compared to USD 12.9 million of the previous week, dropping 7.1 percent.
The weekly overall stock volume reached USD 60.4 million.
The financial sector came first with 59.7 percent of the overall traded shares, the services sector came in second with 25.3 percent, while the industrial sector came in third with 15 percent. Stocks of 120 companies dropped and those of 39 ones rose.