More than 46% of a bonds were in a red on a QE yesterday.
The Qatar Exchange yesterday non-stop a week diseased generally on net offered vigour from internal sell investors.
Profit-booking was manifest generally in transport, insurance, banking and genuine estate sectors as a 20-stock Qatar Index (based on cost index) strew 0.11% to 11,331.05 points.
However, domestic institutions were seen exerting bullish movement to a bourse; where trade volumes fell and was lopsided towards realty and industrials stocks.
The index that marks Shariah-principled bonds done extrinsic gains, amid altogether bearish sentiments, in a market, that is adult 9.17% year-to-date.
The 20-stock Total Return Index was down 0.11% to 16,687.1 points and a All Share Index (with wider constituents) by 0.04% to 2,885.22, while a Al Rayan Islamic Index was adult 0.03% to 3,441.64 points.
All a 3 indices factored in division income as well.
Transport and word bonds mislaid 0.37% each, followed by banks and financial services (0.3%) and genuine estate (0.16%), since telecom gained 1.4%, consumer products 0.23% and industrials rose 0.1%.
More than 46% of a bonds were in a red with other vital losers being QNB, Doha Bank, Gulf International Services, United Development Company, Vodafone Qatar and Nakilat.
However, Industries Qatar, Mesaieed Petrochemical Holding, Qatari Investors Group, Mazaya Qatar and Ooredoo bucked a trend.
Market capitalisation rose 0.26%, or about QR2bn, to QR639.36n. Small, micro and vast top equities rose 0.48%, 0.17% and 0.11% respectively; while midst caps fell 0.15%.
Qatari sell investors incited net sellers to a balance of QR70.65mn opposite net buyers of QR15.1mn final Thursday.
Foreign institutions’ net profit-taking was QR15.1mn compared to QR3.73mn a prior trade day.
However, domestic institutions incited net buyers to a border of QR81.91mn opposite net sellers of QR15.18mn final Thursday.
Non-Qatari particular investors’ net shopping amounted to QR3.78mn compared to QR3.9mn a prior trade day.
Total trade volume fell 11% to 17.65mn stocks, value by 12% to QR726.15mn and exchange by 3% to 9,287.
The word sector’s trade plummeted 74% to 0.1mn equities, value by 80% to QR4.19mn and deals by 46% to 103.
The banks and financial services zone reported a 40% thrust in trade volume to 1.36mn shares, 49% in value to QR68.92mn and 28% in exchange to 1,086.
The genuine estate sector’s trade volume tight 27% to 6.92mn stocks, value by 11% to QR214.92mn and deals by 1% to 2,171.
There was a 19% slippage in a consumer products sector’s trade volume to 0.63mn equities, 33% in value to QR39.07mn and 32% in exchange to 477.
However, a telecom sector’s trade volume surged 74% to 1.51mn shares and value by 7% to QR36.22mn, while deals were down 5% to 399.
The marketplace witnessed a 20% enlargement in industrials sector’s trade volume to 6.4mn stocks, 23% in value to QR344.26mn and 25% in exchange to 4,790.
The ride sector’s trade volume gained 12% to 0.75mn equities, value by 15% to QR18.57mn and deals by 12% to 261.