Syrian stocks resumed their decline last week, losing ground in each of the three trading sessions.
Syria’s stock market continued its rebound with the DWX ending last week on a positive note with an increase of 3.33 percent.
Issam Anbouba, one of Syria's most prominent businessmen, has resigned from the Board of Directors of Syria Gulf Bank.
Banque Bemo Saudi Fransi, Syria's largest private sector conventional bank, has announced that its CEO, Robin de Mouxy, a French national, had ended his term and was replaced by Manar Tawakol, his deputy.
Syria's stock exchange recovered some of its losses last week with an increase of 1.98 percent of its main DWX index.
Al-Aqeelah Takaful Insurance, a Sharia-compliant insurance company, has announced that a new board member had been elected by its shareholders.
All Syrian stocks traded were in the red this week as the market's main index shed 2.59 percent on the back of growing concerns on the prospects for the economy.
Syria International Islamic Bank has announced that Ihsan Walid Al-Khiami was being appointed in its Board of Directors.
Syria’ stock market resumed its decline in the week ending September 8 with its main index, the DWX, shedding 1.86 percent.
Only one trading session at the Damascus Securities Exchange was held last week before the 3-day long Eid Al-Fitr, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan.