Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) reclaimed some gains in last week's trades coinciding with jitters' drop among investor who had anxiously awaited rule of the Constitutional Court.
Al-Oula brokerage company said in a report released on Saturday the KSE closed with the main indices in the red zone, the weighted index losing 1.76 points, the price index 15.1 and the Kuwait 15 index 7.23.
The market rallied to a certain extent with fading of sensational rumors regarding the court order, however some traders capitalized on the "grey atmosphere," to stimulate speculations in the Wednesday and Thursday sessions.
Although liquidity rose, the main indexes fluctuated in shadow of pocketing of earnings.
KSE benchmark closed the past week operations with 60 points above the 8, 000-point psychological barrier, affirming that positive factors remained prevalent on the market.