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DSE Tuesday session closes at 3003.01 points, marking an increase of 5.36 points
2017-03-29 17:15:41

Damascus Securities Exchange (DSE) Tuesday session closed with transactions of 143,470 stocks in 130 deals, with an overall value of SYP 49.972 million, with the DSE closing at 3003.01 points and marking an increase of 5.36 points.

The stocks of Al-Aqeelah Takaful Insurance Company closed at SYP 349.49, marking an increase of 4.9%.

The stocks of Syria and Gulf bank closed at SYP 243.18, marking an increase of 4.82%.

The stocks of Qatar National Bank closed at SYP 432.71, marking a decrease of 0.49%.

The stocks of Syrian International Islamic Bank closed at SYP 421.87, marking a decrease of 1.29%.

The stocks of Cham Bank closed at SYP 436.24, marking a decrease of 0.01%.

The stocks of Baraka Bank closed at SYP 575.98, marking a decrease of 0.25%.

The stocks of Jordan Bank and Fransabank closed at the same prices of the previous session.


 

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