ABU DHABI – The Abu Dhabi reference ended the session for the third consecutive session, led by the telecommunications, banking and real estate sectors.
The general index rose from 0.25% to 5016.07 points to earn 12.44 points.
On the other hand, the volume of transactions rose to AED 187.26 million from AED 129.030 million and was traded at 98.75 million shares versus 40 million shares.
The general index rose 0.46%, supported by Etisalat.
The banking sector gained 0.21%, the first Abu Dhabi winners gaining 0.14%, and Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank 1.01%.
The real estate sector gained 0.15% after RAK Properties gained 1.55% and Ashraq Real Estate gained 0.16%.
The lowest-performing sector was 0.10% higher, with the ADNOC share gaining 0.42%.
On the other hand, the investment sector fell by 0.88% after the 9% decline in Umm al-Quwain, which fell by 9%. RAK Cement was the biggest winner with 9.66%.
Abu Dhabi's first share was traded at AED 44.29 million, while Ashraq was the most highly traded issue of 5.022 million shares.