Finance

12-01-2015
Only eight of the 24 listed stocks were traded in the Damascus Securities Exchange last week.
07-01-2015
Bank Audi Syria has announced that its branch in the city of Deir-ez-Zor had been robbed.
05-01-2015
Syria’s stock market index climbed by almost one percent last week helped by an increase in the price of Cham Bank, the most traded stock in the exchange.
29-12-2014
The Syrian government is requiring owners of gold bars to register them with the Central Bank of Syria.
29-12-2014
Helped by two relatively large transactions, the value of trading in the DSE increased to SYP 53.4 million last week.
22-12-2014
After a turbulent week, the Syrian Pound has managed to recover most of its losses against the US dollar.
22-12-2014
Syria is issuing a new stamp duty, called the Martyrs Stamp Duty, whose proceeds will go to the families of the fallen soldiers and other militia members fighting for the Syrian regime.
22-12-2014
For weeks, the same four banks have been dominating trading in the Damascus Securities Exchange, even though the total value of activity in the Syrian bourse remains very small.
15-12-2014
The index of the Damascus Securities Exchange gained last week as the value of trading remained mostly unchanged compared to the previous week.
08-12-2014
Last week, the index of the Damascus Securities Exchange recorded a weekly gain for the first time in some two months.
01-12-2014
Arab Bank Syria has announced that its branch located in the city of Daraa had been attacked, one of many similar incidents in the last three years, which overwhelmingly occurred in regime-controlled parts of the country.
01-12-2014
United Insurance Company has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer.
01-12-2014
The index of the Damascus securities exchange declined again last week following recent losses.
24-11-2014
Except a large transaction involving shares of the National Insurance Company, trading in the Syrian bourse last week was dull.
24-11-2014
The announcement last week by the Central Bank of Syria that it planned to pump more than USD 150 million this week to prop up the pound has done little to reassure markets or to strengthen the value of the national currency.

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