Saudi Arabia stocks lower at close of trade; Tadawul All Share down 0.40% By Investing.com
Investing.com – Saudi Arabia stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.
At the close in Saudi Arabia, the fell 0.40%.
The best performers of the session on the were Al Andalus Property Co SJSC (SE:), which rose 6.80% or 1.38 points to trade at 21.66 at the close. Sahara International Petrochemical Company SJSC(SE:), which added 3.20%, or 1.20 points, to finish at 38.65. Gulf Union Cooperative Insurance was also up 2.96% (or 0.52 points) to 18,10.
National Company for Learning and Education SJSC(SE:) was the worst performer of the session, dropping 1.98% (or 1.30 points) to close at 64.20. Ash-Sharqiyah Development Company, (SE:), declined 2.20 points or 1.96% to close at 110.00. Fawaz Abdulaziz alHokair Company (SE;) fell 1.87% (or 0.40 points) to 21.02.
On the Saudi Arabia Stock Exchange, falling stocks outnumbered those in progress by 138 to 5, 59 to 11, and 11 were unchanged.
Shares of Sahara International Petrochemical Company SJSC rose to five-year highs, rising by 3.20% (or 1.20 to 38.65).
Crude oil rose 1.86%, or 1.31 to $71.80 per barrel for November delivery. Brent oil rose 1.36 or 1.83% to $75.72 per barrel in commodity trading. The December Gold Futures contract dropped 0.21%, or 3.65, to $1774.55 an troy ounce.
EUR/SAR rose by 0.16%, to 4.4033. USD/SAR climbed by 0.01% at 3.7508.
US Dollar Index Futures fell 0.06% to 93.148.
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