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DSE session closes at 2859.79 points
2017-07-10 01:03:56

Damascus Securities Exchange (DSE) Sunday closed at transactions of 48,878 in 73 deals, with an overall value of SYP 15.582 million, with the DSE closing at 2859.79 points and marking an increase of 46.03 points.

The stocks of Syria International Islamic Bank closed at SYP 366.05, marking an increase of 4.55%.
The stocks of International Bank for Trade and Finance closed at SYP 316, marking an increase of 2.75%.

The stocks of Qatar National Bank closed at SYP 309.52, marking an increase of 3.2%.

The stocks of Bemo Saudi Fransi Bank closed at SYP 393.25, marking an increase of 4.94%.

The stocks of Fransbank closed at SYP 317, marking an increase of 4.97%.

The stocks of Syria and Gulf Bank closed at SYP 237.01, marking a decrease of 0.62%.

The stocks of al-Ahliya Company for Vegetable Oil and Al-Ahliya Company for Transport closed at the same prices of the previous session.


 

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