Tepid trading, decline of liquidity at Kuwait Stock Exchange

GMT 21:07 2015 Monday ,06 July

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Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended Monday trading in the red zone, after tepid trading that has been dominant since the start of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.

For a second session this week, speculations continued over selective popular stocks, worth no more than 100 fils, or even below. Selling outdid buying as the market lacked incentives or encouraging news on company

Some 55 percent of the market liquidity went to few leading operational stocks, which led the Weighted Index and the KSX 15 to end the session in green zone.

In addition, investors mainly showed interest in banking and services stocks.

The tepid pace is expected to carry on at the KSE imposing a state of wait­and­see, especially on small investors, till the end of Ramadan and the Eif Al­Fitr. Monday's session closed with the benchmark shedding 22.9 points, thus falling to the level of 6,167 points, however the Weighted index and Kuwait­15 index moved up, respectively 0.93 and 5.26 points.

Value of traded shares reached KD 7.79 million, while volume turnover stood at 75.4 million stocks, done in 1,946 transactions.

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