The net purchase of foreigners from shares in the UAE financial markets, at the end of trading today, Monday, amounted to 85.407 million dirhams, equivalent to 23.06 million dollars.
Foreign investors carried out purchases on Dubai and Abu Dhabi shares, at a value that exceeded 997.938 million dirhams, or about 271.917 million dollars, compared to sales of 912.531 million dirhams, equivalent to 248.646 million dollars, with a net purchase of 85.407 million dirhams, according to UAE financial markets data.
The value of foreign purchases of shares in the Abu Dhabi Securities Market amounted to about 833.576 million dirhams, compared to sales of about 729.119 million dirhams.
The value of foreign purchases of shares on the Dubai Stock Exchange amounted to about 164.362 million dirhams, compared to sales of about 183.412 million dirhams.
The net purchase of foreign shares in the Abu Dhabi market amounted to 104.457 million dirhams, compared to a net sale in the Dubai market of 19.049 million dirhams.
It is noteworthy that the shares of 6 companies listed on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi stock exchanges accounted for 61 percent of the liquidity achieved by the UAE financial markets, at the end of the trading session on Monday.
The share of ADNOC Gas jumped at the beginning of the first day of its listing on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange by about 20 percent.
It is noteworthy that the lowest price recorded by the share of ADNOC Gas Company in the first minutes of the trading life of today's session, Monday, is the level of 2.77 dirhams.
The market value of Dubai shares amounted to 584.373 billion dirhams at the end of today's trading, compared to 588.137 billion dirhams at the end of Friday's trading, with losses amounting to 3.764 billion dirhams.
The market value of Abu Dhabi shares amounted to 2.656 trillion dirhams at the end of today's trading, compared to 2.637 at the end of Friday's trading, with gains amounting to 19 billion dirhams.