After several weeks of gains Syrian stocks declined last week amid lower trading volumes.
Trading activity last week at the Damascus Securities Exchange remained high, in Syrian Pound terms, with the market index continuing to rise.
Syria’s main stock index crossed the 1,200 mark last week after gaining in three consecutive sessions.
Syria’s stock exchange returned into positive territory last week with its main index gaining 1.64 percent.
According to statistics published by the Damascus Securities Exchange, some SYP 1.04 billion worth of shares were traded in the first six months of this year.
Syria’s stock prices fell for the second week running as trading volumes also declined.
Syrian stocks fell in all of last week's sessions ending a month and a half of weekly gains.
Trading at Syria’s stock market was uneventful last week with the index rising slightly and trading volumes declining.
Daman Cham, an investment bank and brokerage house, has announced the resignation of its general manager.
The value of trading at the Damascus Securities Exchange crossed the SYP 100 million mark last week for the first time in months.
Syria’s stock market continued last week its winning streak as interest from investors remained strong.
Syrian stocks rose again last week as investors sought to offset the rapid decline in the value of the Syrian Pound relative to the dollar.
The Syrian stock exchange resumed last week its recent winning run with its main index rising 2.41 percent.
Syria’s stock exchange index fell below the 900 mark last week with trading volumes declining.
The rally in Syrian stocks continued last week with the securities market index crossing the 900 mark for the first time since November 2011.