The UAE stock market sees green as liquidity hits 1.47 billion dirhams.

UAE stocks saw gains on Tuesday, driven by real estate companies in Dubai and major banks in Abu Dhabi. While most other leading stocks remained stable, some companies experienced partial profits. The Dubai market index rose by 0.14%, while the Abu Dhabi market index went up by 0.08%. Foreign (non-Arab) investors contributed a net investment of 126 million dirhams, with 94.7 million dirhams in Dubai and 31.1 million dirhams in Abu Dhabi.

In Dubai, shares of “Emaar Properties” and “Emaar Development” continued to rise, while “Union Properties” experienced a slight decline. In Abu Dhabi, bank shares like “First Abu Dhabi” and “Abu Dhabi Commercial” supported the market index. Liquidity in the markets totaled 1.47 billion dirhams, with 988 million dirhams in Abu Dhabi and 483.7 million dirhams in Dubai. Trading saw 526 million shares exchanged, with 281.3 million shares in Dubai and 244.7 million shares in Abu Dhabi.

The financial sector led the gains in the Abu Dhabi market index, with increases seen in “Investcorp” shares and declines in “Multiplay”. The communications sector also saw growth due to increases in “Etisalat E&” and “Yahsat”, while energy companies like “Dana Gas” and “ADNOC Distribution” declined.

Real estate sector stocks rose steadily in both markets, with mixed movements observed for utilities and industrial sectors.

In terms of trades by nationalities, Gulf investors leaned towards buying both markets while foreign investors tended towards liquidation. Arab citizens were more likely to sell their investments.

Overall, the UAE stock market continues to see gains fueled by real estate companies and major banks across both markets as foreign investors remain active buyers despite mixed movements across different sectors.

The Dubai market index rose on Tuesday due to gains made by real estate companies such as Emaar Properties and Emaar Development, which offset declines seen for Union Properties and Deyaar stocks as well as decreases for utilities sector stocks like Empower and Tabreed.

Liquidity was led by transactions made for International Holding Company’s shares in Abu Dhabi as well as those made for Emaar Properties’ stocks in Dubai.

Investment portfolios leaned towards buying across both markets as individual investors tended towards liquidation instead.

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