Trading volumes on Wednesday were down in both
The DFM index rose 0.6 per cent to 4,522.30. The
"But getting someone from Aabar may be a vote of confidence by Aabar."
"We need share prices to settle for a period of time. The credibility of the market has been hard over the past couple of weeks.
"So it's wait and see — but it's a hopeful wait and see."
"Over the past three sessions we have seen volumes drop consistently day to day. Even outside
"If tension recedes, we will see less volatility, calmer markets in general."
Yasin said there would be less pressure on the markets if the DFM stabilised around 4,800 points.
"It needs to go into a period of calmness and low volatility, and if that happens, that will give us stability," he said. "I think that will come with H1 and quarter one results in July. I don't see
The DFM was balanced, with 13 of the 28 securities traded advancing, 13 declining and two remaining unchanged.
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