Saudi Arabia stocks higher at close of trade; Tadawul All Share up 0.77% By Investing.com
Investing.com – Saudi Arabia stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.
Saudi Arabia’s close was marked by a 0.77% increase, which brought the stock to an all-time high of 5.
Jadwa Reit Saudi Fund (SE) was the best performer of the session. It rose 4.26%, or 0.60 points, to close at 14.70. Sahara International Petrochemical Company SJSC(SE:), which added 4.04% to close at 42.45, and Saudi Industrial Investment Group was up 2.70% to 39.90.
United Cooperative Assurance Co, (SE:) was the worst performer of the session. It fell 4.03% or 1.35 point to trade at 32.15 by the end. Saudi Enaya Cooperative Insurance (SE:), fell 2.77%, or 1.10 points, to finish at 38.60. Saudi Industrial Export Co was down 2.75% (or 3.40 points) to 120.20.
By 133 to 64, falling stocks outnumbered those in progress on the Saudi Arabia Stock Exchange. 13 ends unchanged.
Crude oil was 1.49 percent higher at $79.11/barrel for November delivery. Brent oil rose by 1.61 or 1.98% to reach $82.87/barrel, and the December Gold Futures contract lost 0.99% or 17.55 points to trade at $1750.05/troy ounce.
EUR/SAR decreased by 0.2% to 4.3453 and USD/SAR fell by 0.00%, to 3.7503.
At 94.032, the US Dollar Index Futures rose 0.27%.
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