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The DFM General Index ended up 0.06% at 1,384.58. Shares of the DFM briefly touched par a value at Dhs1.00 but eventually closed even at Dhs1.02. Construction and maintenance specialist Drake and Scull International was the most liquid share and gained 1.22%, closing at Dhs0.83. After losing over five percent in the wake of the Dubai Bank takeover, Emirates NBD recovered 1.12% to reach Dh3.62. Some 37m shares were traded, valued at Dhs33.67m. Over the week, the DFM lost 0.71%.