Qatar Exchange index lost 105.95 points (1.23%) this week when the bourse closed at 8,493.70 points on Thursday. The trading value during this week decreased by 25.30% to reach QR 882,581,458.21 compared to QR 1,181,467,877.81. The trading volume decreased by 20.24% to reach 23,248,786 shares, as against 29,149,481 shares, while the number of transactions fell by 20.70%, to reach 14,161 transactions as compared to 17,857 transactions. Market capitalization fell by 0.92% to reach QR 469,034,199,248.81 as compared to QR 473,381,181,588.22 at the end of previous week. Banks and financial services led the traded value this week with for 38.44% of the total traded value. Consumer goods and services accounted for 25.89%. Industries accounted for 13.74% and real estate accounted 10.28%. Banks and financial services led the traded volume this week with 32.06% of the total traded volume. Consumer goods and services accounted for 22.81%. Real Estate accounted for 16.34% and telecoms accounted for 13.59%. Banks and financial services led the number of transactions this week with 30.84% of the total number of transactions. Consumer goods and services accounted for 25.34%. Real estate accounted for 13.14% and industries accounted for 12.36%. From the 42 listed companies 14 ended this week higher while 26 fell and two remained unchanged. Qatar Meat and Livestock Company let the traded value this week with 18.04% of the total traded value. Commercial Bank accounted for 8.67% and QNB accounting for 7.37%.