Saudi Arabia stocks drop as markets close; Tadawul All Share down 0.11% By

© Reuters. Saudi Arabia stocks drop as markets close; Tadawul All Share down 0.11% – Saudi Arabia stocks were down after Tuesday’s close, with losses in, and sectors pushing stocks down.

At the close in Saudi Arabia, the decline of 0.11%.

The best performers of the session on the exchange were Basic Chemical Industries Co (SE :), which rose 6.41% or 2.95 points to trade at 49.00 at the close. Meanwhile, Tabuk Agriculture Development Co (SE 🙂 added 5.75% or 2.25 points to end at 41.35 and Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Company (SE 🙂 was up 4.16% or 0.78 points at 19.54 at the end of the session.

The worst performers of the session were Batic Investments and Logistics Co (SE :), which lost 3.15% or 1.40 points to trade at 43.10 at the close. Al Sorayai Trading & Industrial Group (SE 🙂 lost 3.09% or 4.00 points to end at 125.40 and Jadwa REIT Saudi Fund (SE 🙂 lost 2.22% or 0.32 points to 14.10.

Falling stocks outnumbered advancing stocks on the Saudi Arabian Stock Exchange from 117 to 69 and 21 remained unchanged.

Basic Chemical Industries Co (SE 🙂 shares hit 5-year highs; gaining 6.41% or 2.95 to 49.00.

Crude oil for November delivery fell 0.13% or 0.09 to $ 70.05 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for November delivery fell 0.07% or 0.05 to $ 73.87 a barrel, while the December gold futures contract rose by 0.58% or 10.30 to trade at $ 1,774.10 per troy ounce.

EUR / SAR rose 0.02% to 4.3978, while USD / SAR rose 0.00% to 3.7502.

The US Dollar Index Futures lost 0.04% to 93.218.

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