The Kuwait Stock Exchange ended its Sunday trading session with an all-red board, except for a small hike of seven points in the real estate sector, with the price index, weighted index, and six of the sector indices in red and one unchanged.
The price index ended the day at 6,003.3 points, a drop of 23.8 points, while the weighted index came to 419.21 points, shedding 2.32 points.
Trades came to 3,833 transactions worth KD 24,613,410, while volume came to 266,160,000 shares.
With real estate surviving in green and insurance showing no change, the remaining sector indices were all red topped by the 89.4 slip in services, followed by drops of 55.2 and 29.3 points in banking and in non-Kuwaiti companies' indices.
Top gainer share for the day was that of Al-Dar National Real Estate, biggest loser was that of Metal and Recycling Company, while most traded for the day was the Abyaar Real Estate Development Company stock.