(MENAFN - Arab Times) KUWAIT CITY, Nov 22 : Kuwait stocks were little changed on Wednesday after retreating earlier in the week. The price index slipped 2.76 pts in volatile trade to 6,228.21 points even as the broader sentiment remained mixed. The blue chips mostly edged into red zone. The KSX 15 gauge eased 1.34 points to 903.4 points while weighted index ticked 0.12 pt higher to 394.89 points. The volume turnover meanwhile shrank further to hit a multi-month low.
(MENAFN - Arab Times) KUWAIT CITY, Nov 21 : Kuwait stocks headed south on Tuesday, extending its losses to third straight session. The main index dipped 25.75 pts in choppy trade to 6,231.97 points weighed by banking shares even as continuing regional tensions dampened the sentiment. The KSX 15 benchmark slid 13.45 pts to 904.81 points taking the month's losses to 63 points while weighted index was down 4.6 points at 394.77 pts. The volume turnover was little changed.
(MENAFN - Arab Times) KUWAIT CITY, Nov 20: Kuwait stocks pulled slightly lower on Monday extending last session's losses. The bourse fell 4.67 pts in volatile trade to 6,257.72 points dragged by heavyweights even as the broader trend remained narrowly mixed. The KSX 15 gauge slipped 4.39 pts to 918.26 points while weighted index trimmed 1.45 pts to close t at 399.43 points.
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