Turnover advanced to LE 1.612 billion, after LE 1.24 billion Wednesday, while traded volume increased to 732.5 million shares, compared to 577.58 million shares.
Market capitalization increased LE 900 million ($51 million) to LE 738.9 billion after registering LE 738 billion Tuesday.
Turnover increased to LE 1.28 billion, up from LE 1.13 billion Monday, while traded volume leveled up to 576.7 million shares.
Market capitalization gained LE 2.36 billion ($133.5 million) to LE 735.66 billion, up from 733.3 billion Sunday.
Turnover fell to LE 796 million, after registering LE 1.09 billion Wednesday; traded volume also leveled down to 244 million shares from 335.7 million shares last session.
Market capitalization recorded LE 732.4 billion on Wednesday.Turnover registered LE 1.09 billion, while traded volume stood at 335.7 million shares.
Market capitalization lost LE 3.3 billion ($186.9 million) to record LE 710.6 billion, down from LE 713.9 billion reached Wednesday.
Market capitalization added LE 1.5 billion ($85 million) to reach LE 713.9 billion, up from LE 712.4 billion registered Tuesday.
Turnover leveled down to LE 1.25 billion after registering LE 1.38 billion Monday, while traded volume increased to 555 million shares.
Turnover stood at last session’s level at LE 1.2 billion, while traded volume leveled up to 568.45 million shares, up from 515.89 million shares on Thursday.
Market capitalization gained LE 3.8 billion ($215 million) to reach LE 705.4 billion compared to LE 701.6 billion last session.
Turnover stood at LE 765.89 million, while the market saw the trading of 370 million shares on Wednesday.
Market capitalization slightly inched down to LE 705.013 billion compared to LE 705.629 last week.
Market capitalization leveled up to LE 16 billion or 2 percent to reach LE 705 billion compared to LE 689 last week.
Market capitalization grew LE 6 billion to reach LE 705 billion compared to LE 699.34 billion Tuesday.
Gulf stock markets look set to move sideways in very thin trading volumes on Wednesday because of Eid al-Adha holidays in the region and a lack of news.
Market capitalization stood at LE 699.34 billion. Turnover registered LE 747 million, while traded volume achieved 180.6 million shares.
Gold prices rose for a third straight session on Tuesday to their highest since November.
Gulf stock markets look set to remain sluggish Tuesday although hopes for inflows of foreign funds into Saudi Arabia and Kuwait may support those two markets.
U.S. stock futures and Asian share markets tumbled on Tuesday, while the yen jumped to four-month highs against the dollar after North Korea fired a missile.