The stock market revives in the first session after the Eid Al-Adha holiday
The stock market index jumped, on Tuesday, in the first session after the Eid Al-Adha holiday, in conjunction with the lifting of the comprehensive ban in Iraq and the adoption of a partial ban.
Yesterday, Monday, the Stock Exchange announced that the first session to be held in August will be today Tuesday, attributing the reason for the delay to the sessions to “technical reasons for restarting the electronic system.”
The index rose by 4.04% after the circulation of 880.5 million shares, worth 934.8 million dinars.
The number of shares rose 19 shares, led by the shares of the Iraqi Islamic Bank by 10.00% and the shares of the Middle East Bank by 9.09%.
While the number of declining shares reached three shares, led by the Holding Bank shares by 17.24% and the Baghdad Hotel by 1.96%.
The number of shares sold by foreign investors reached 7 million, the remaining 5 million dinars. Source