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United Arab Emirates equities inch down
On Wednesday, United Arab Emirates equities headed south after the close because losses in the Consumer Staples, Real Estate & Construction as well as Services sectors suppressed stocks.
The DFM General went down 1.89% in Dubai reaching a fresh 3-months minimum. Meanwhile, the ADX General index sagged 1.14%.
On the DFM General the best performance was demonstrated by such benchmarks as Emirates NBD PJSC, National Cement Company P.S.C. and Dubai Investments PJSC. They rose respectively 2.20%, 0.00% and 0.00%.
As for losers, they were represented by National Central Cooling Co., DXB Entertainments and SHUAA Capital PSC. They declined 6.37%, 5.58% and 5.50% respectively.
Sagging stocks outperformed rallying equities on the Dubai Stock Exchange by 31 to 2, while 3 were intact.
The currency pair USD/AED went down 0.01% being worth 3.6728, EUR/AED jumped 0.10% trading at 4.2603.
The US Dollar Index Futures headed south 0.09% showing an outcome of 94.72.
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