Saudi stocks continued to grow during the fourth consecutive session, with the market closing at 8968 points, recording an increase of 62 points or 0.70 per cent. 134.2 million shares through the sale of about 108 thousand transactions, and liquidity increased by about 33% compared with the previous session.
Shares were raised by shares of the banking sector, mainly in addition to shares of Ma & # 39; aden, as well as Saudi Electricity, where the banking sector increased by about 0.88%.
Shares of the Persian Gulf exceeded 10%, followed by Boup Arava (5.3%) and Maaden (3.9%).
The Arab National Bank was the worst performer, down 3.1 percent, followed by Al Hokair 2.2 percent and Saudi Pipe Co., down 1.9 percent.
On the other hand, the core materials sector continued to decline during the consecutive session, had a significant impact on the decline of SABIC shares for a consecutive session, where the share closed at 0.35%.
According to today's session, the shares of Al-Anma Bank were concentrated on 352.3 million rubles, and Al-Rayjy Bank – to 349.6 million Rials, followed by SABIC with 236 million Rials.