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The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) could not sustain ist positive momentum from Sunday, as trading volmes declined further. Losses in the real estate sector dragged the DFM General Index down by 0.53% to close at 1,632.41 points. The UAE's largest lender Emirates NBD added 0.32% to reach Dhs2.91, after the share declined over 11% during the last four weeks. Logistics speacialist Arames weakened 2.40% to end at Dhs2.03. Aramex shares have been trading in a range between Dhs2 to Dhs2.15 since November 21st. Trading volumes plummeted to 53m shares changing hands (down 29%) worth Dhs95m changed hands.