Dubai bourse up, up and away
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, January 03 - 2013 at 14:07
After reaching an 8-month high, the DFM General Index gained Thursday another 0.90% to close at 1,681.75 points. Emaar shares closed at Dhs3.91, or up 1.30%, the highest level since Oct. 28 2010. Despite a record high turnover (407m stocks valued at Dhs360.6m were traded), shares of the DFM, the only Arab bourse listed to the public, closed unchanged at Dhs1.06. Islamic home financing firm Tamweel lost the most, closing off 2.46% at Dhs1.19.
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