Bahrain Bourse to end on high in 2012
- Bahrain: Thursday, December 27 - 2012 at 14:23
The Bahrain All-Share Index soared to a six-week high Thursday, closing up 1.16% at 1,063.92 points Thursday. In one of the most active sessions this year, shares of Alumninum Bahrain jumped 9,95% to close at BD0.442. Islamic investment bank Gulf Finance House, known as GFH, ended flat at $00.12. GFH said on Wednesday, it will partially divest from Tunisia and India in order to increase its exposure in the GCC, The National reported. With today's gain, the Bahrain Bourse reduced its year-to-date loss to 6.97%.
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