Stock indices in Saudi Arabia fell at the end of today’s session;  General trading is down 2.18%

Stock indices in Saudi Arabia fell at the end of today’s session; General trading is down 2.18%

Investing.com – Saudi stocks dipped after the close on Sunday, as sector and sector losses drove stocks lower.

At the close in Saudi Arabia, the stock fell 2.18% to hit a new one-month low.

The biggest gainers of the day were Walaa Cooperative Insurance Company (TADAWUL:), which rose 9.78% or 1.36 points and traded at 15.26 at the close. Meanwhile, the Saudi Paper Manufacturing Company (Tadawul::) rose 3.12% or 1.45 points to close at 47.95, and the National Learning and Education Company (TADAWUL) rose 3.00% or 1.80 points to 61.80 points by the end of trading.

The worst performance in the session was international Company for Water and Power Projects (ACWA Power) stock (TADAWUL:), which fell 7.30% or 11.60 points and traded at 147.40 at the close. Al-Hassan Ghazi Ibrahim thankful (TADAWUL: down 7.14% or 1.40 pips to close at 18.20 and safety The Cooperative Insurance Company (Tadawul:) fell 7.04%, or 1.40 points, to 18.50 points.

Declining shares outnumbered advancers in the Saudi stock market by 217 against 30, and two closed unchanged.

Shares of Salama Cooperative Insurance Company (Tadawul) fell to an all-time low; It lost 7.04% or 1.40 to 18.50.

Crude oil for November delivery remained unchanged 0.00% or 0.00 to $84.76 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodity trading, Brent oil for November delivery rose 0.80%, or $0.73 to $91.57 a barrel, while gold futures for December rose 0.43%, or 7.20, to trade at $1,684.50 an ounce.

EUR/SAR rose 0.19% to $3.76, while USD/SAR rose 0.02% to 3.76.

US Dollar Index futures fell 0.05% to 109.39.

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