This was made apparent in the 20-stock Qatar Index, in which the weakened net buying interests of domestic, Gulf and foreign funds were instrumental in the 0.5% decline to 9,965.03 points, Santhosh V. Perumal said in a report by the Gulf Times.
Not only that, but over the past couple of months, Islamic stocks have been dropping faster than the other indices.
Meanwhile, the Total Return Index dropped 0.5% to 19,157.44 points, Al Rayan Islamic Index by 0.57% to 2,334.9 points and All Share Index by 0.4% to 3,076.91 points.
Market capitalism, on the other hand, saw a 0.49% decrease, roughly QR3bn, to QR593.75bn, mainly owing to microcap segments.
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