Green covered the Gulf stock markets over the past week, in spite of significant international incidents, mainly the world eyeing the British referendum that resulted in Britain deciding to leave the European Union.
Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange came on the forefront of winners last week, registering an increase of 4.11% and closing at 4,472 points, with a total traded value of AED 811.875m.
Dubai Financial Market increased by 1.81%, registering 3,367.6 points, with a weekly traded value amounting to AED 1bn.
Qatar Stock Exchange increased by 1.78%, closing at 9,966.35 points, after registering a traded value of QR 460.566m.
Kuwait Stock Exchange reached 5402.3 points, registering an increase of 0.24%, and total traded value of KWD 69.3m.
The Saudi Stock Exchange increased by 0.13%, closing at 6,551 points with total traded value of SAR 15.443bn.
On the other hand, Muscat Securities Market declined to 5,788.7 points, a retreat of 0.19% and total traded value of OMR 11.136m.