Fed rate hike continues to jolt QSE as index tanks 192 points

Fed rate hike continues to jolt QSE as index tanks 192 points

The US rate hike continued to have its influence on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which Sunday opened the week weak and its key index tanked 192 points and capitalisation eroded QR12bn

Fed rate hike plays spoilsport as QSE index tanks 600 points, M-cap erodes QR35bn

Fed rate hike plays spoilsport as QSE index tanks 600 points, M-cap erodes QR35bn

The apprehensions over an expected extremely tight US monetary policy and later the sharp 75 basis points hike in rates by the US Federal Reserve had dampened sentiments on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which resulted in its key index plummet 600 points and capitalisation erode QR35bn.

Global factors weigh as QSE index plummets 178 points; M-cap erodes QR10bn

Global factors weigh as QSE index plummets 178 points; M-cap erodes QR10bn

Global factors such as expectations of sharper US rate hike and volatile Russia-Ukraine crisis played spoilsport in the markets, including the Qatar Stock Exchange, which saw its key index plunge 178 points and capitalisation erode QR10bn

Foreign funds’ buying interests lift QSE 155 points; M-cap adds QR8bn

Foreign funds’ buying interests lift QSE 155 points; M-cap adds QR8bn

Rebound in oil prices at the end of last week helped improve sentiments on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which Sunday gained a huge 155 points and its key index crossed the 13,100 levels.

Gulf funds’ increased net selling drags QSE; index tanks 100 points, M-cap erodes QR6bn

Gulf funds’ increased net selling drags QSE; index tanks 100 points, M-cap erodes QR6bn

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday declined 100 points and capitalisation eroded more than QR6bn, reflecting the pessimism in the global market as oil plunged to seven-month low.

QSE key index rises on buying support; M-cap gains QR1bn

QSE key index rises on buying support; M-cap gains QR1bn

Strong buying interests in the industrials and transport counters Tuesday helped the Qatar Stock Exchange gain 16 points.

QSE declines 51 points as Gulf funds, foreign individuals turn net sellers

QSE declines 51 points as Gulf funds, foreign individuals turn net sellers

The Qatar Stock Exchange Sunday opened the week weak as its key index lost more than 51 points, although more than 55% of the traded constituents extended gains to investors.

Robust earnings, US inflation data lift sentiments; index vaults 2.75%, M-cap gains QR19bn

Robust earnings, US inflation data lift sentiments; index vaults 2.75%, M-cap gains QR19bn

Robust earnings of the listed companies in the first half and a lower than expected inflation in the US lifted sentiments in the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise saw weakened trading volumes this week.

QSE sees across the board selling; M-cap erodes QR4bn, Islamic index declines faster

QSE sees across the board selling; M-cap erodes QR4bn, Islamic index declines faster

An across the board selling, particularly in the telecom, transport and insurance counters, Tuesday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 44 points.

Strong earnings lift QSE sentiments; index vaults 1.27%, M-cap expands QR8bn

Strong earnings lift QSE sentiments; index vaults 1.27%, M-cap expands QR8bn

Strong earnings, especially in the underlying stocks, brightened the sentiments on the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), whose key index vaulted 183 points to inch towards 13,600 levels.

QSE treads flat course despite buying interests of Arab individuals, domestic funds

QSE treads flat course despite buying interests of Arab individuals, domestic funds

The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed five of the seven sectors under buying spotlight even as it treaded a flat path.

QSE rebounds with 84 points gain; M-cap improves QR5bn

QSE rebounds with 84 points gain; M-cap improves QR5bn

Strong buying, especially in the insurance, transport and telecom counters Wednesday helped Qatar Stock Exchange gain 84 points and its capitalisation expanded about QR5bn.