Tamdeen Real Estate Company - KPSC (TAMK.KW)

Kuwait edges slightly lower; volume jumps - NBK drops 10 fils; KIPCO gains

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 13Kuwait stocks edged lower on Wednesday extending the decline to eighth straight session. The main index, after a tame start, closed 4.66 points down at 5,352.96 pts even as investors toed caution in wake of further drop in oil prices. The banks and most of the blue chips were largely muted whereas the mid and small caps closed mixed.The KSX 15 benchmark eased 0.64 points to 851.

Arab Times - 13-Jan-2016

Wataniya Telecom gains 40 fils; NBK flat

Kuwait stocks eked a feeble rebound on Wednesday stemming the five-day retreat. The key index rose 9.56 pts in volatile trade to 6,245.03 points led by some of the mid and small caps. The banks remained subdued even as the global market showed signs of stabilizing after the earlier decline. The KSX 15 benchmark slipped 1.87 pts to 1,014.12 points taking the month's losses to 2 points while

Arab Times - 31-Jul-2015

Kuwait nudges 5.64 pts higher; volume recedes

KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait stocks nudged higher on Sunday after charting a mixed course during the last week. The key gauge, after trading in red for most part of the session, closed 5.64 pts higher at 6329.48 points. The blue chips closed mostly lower while some of the low and mid-priced stocks eked modest gains.

Arab Times - 07-Jun-2015

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