• A light rise of the parallel market amid the decline of liquidity 40%


             The parallel market NOMW returned to of profitability after falling for seven consecutive sessions closed at 2,904 points with one point gain. Liquidity declined 40 percent to 78.1 thousand riyals to reach 1.2 million riyals, a rate of 5.9 thousand riyals per transaction. While traded shares dropped 12 percent to 66.7 thousand shares, with a turnover rate of 0.4 percent. Transactions fell 24 percent to 203 deals. Five shares rose against the rest of the rest. The Arab Sea rose 7.1 percent to SAR 10.40, followed by Samani by 3.3 percent to SAR 55.60 and Abu Muti by 3.2 percent to SAR 10.48.
    The highest drop was Redan worth 610 thousand riyals, followed by Food Development with a value of 387 thousand riyals and the third by Bahr Al Arab for 124,000 riyals.

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