DFM shares rebound on higher Dubai market trading
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, September 12 - 2012 at 14:13
Lifted by speculations of a joint stimulus package by central banks in China, Eurozone and the U. S., the DFM General Index gained 0.90% to hit 1,571.39 points Wednesday. Islamic home financing firm Tamweel gained the most, closing up 4.72% at Dhs1.33. Emaar Properties as the most liquid stock closed two percent higher at a three-week high, at Dhs3.44. The DFM as the only listed Arab bourse advanced 1.36% to reach Dhs0.966. Investment bank Shuaa Capital declined three percent to close at Dhs0.615. Some 157m shares were traded, valued at Dhs212.5m ($58m).
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