Dubai bourse falls amid lack of catalysts
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, February 07 - 2013 at 14:02
A lackluster Dubai market DFM closed Thursday 0.59% lower at 1,869.56 points. Over the week, the DFM lost half a percentage point. Emaar slipped 042% to Dhs4.74, Arabtec closed down one percent to Dhs2.95. Al Salam Sudan gained the most, closing up 3.17% at Dhs1.95. DFM shares ended off 0.82% to Dhs1.21. Earlier in the day, the DFM said the market capitalization increased at the end of Jan. by 11.9% month-on-month amounting to Dhs203.6bn.
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