(MENAFN - Arab Times) KUWAIT CITY, Sep 19: Kuwait stocks ticked slightly up on Tuesday, stemming the three-day fall. The bourse added 2.43 pts in volatile session to close a 6982.80 pts even as the broader sentiment remained mixed. Most of the blue chips however ended in red. The KSX 15 index dipped 6.17 pts to 1030.6 trimming month's gains to 46 points while weighted index edged 1.41 points down. The volume turnover meanwhile saw a marginal rise for the second consecutive day.
(MENAFN - Arab Times) KUWAIT CITY, Sept 18 : Kuwait stocks slipped into red on Monday after treading water in the last session. The price index dropped 21.33 pts in choppy trade to 6,890.37 pts as profit taking weighed on some of the heavyweights following recent gains. The KSX 15 benchmark fell 0.22 pts to 1,036.77 points while weighted index gave 1.57 pts to close at 443.41 points.
(MENAFN - Arab Times) KUWAIT CITY, Sept 17: Kuwait stocks were little changed on Sunday as it kicked off the week on a tame note. The price index eased 2.16 points in choppy trade to 6,911.7 points even as overall sentiment remained mixed. Most of the heavyweights however closed in green. The KSX 15 gauge jumped 12 points to 1,039 pts taking the month's gains to 55 points while weighted index added 3.66 pts.
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