The Syrian Pound last week has continued to decline relative to the US dollar and was traded at up to 240 per dollar today in the black market.
Two listed companies have announced changes to their board of directors.
Bank Al-Sharq, the Syrian affiliate of Banque Libano-Francaise, has appointed a new chairman following the death of Farid Raphael several months ago.
Only seven stocks were traded last week in the Damascus Securities Exchange, less than a third of total listed stocks.
The Syrian pound has lost again significant ground against the dollar in the last week as the Central Bank seems short of solutions to stop its decline.
Pioneers Syria, which had suspended its brokerage services at the end of 2012, has now frozen its remaining activities in the country.
The total value of trading at Syria’s stock exchange fell last week and stood at less than USD 50,000.
The Syrian Pound continued its slow but steady decline against the dollar last week.
The main index of the Syrian stock exchange fell again last week amid dull trading activity.
Syria Gulf Bank has announced the resignation of a board member.
The Syrian Pound is declining again against the dollar after several weeks of stability.
The value of trading in the Syrian bourse reached a mere SYP 9.9 million this week.
Only eight of the 24 listed stocks were traded in the Damascus Securities Exchange last week.
Bank Audi Syria has announced that its branch in the city of Deir-ez-Zor had been robbed.
Damascus International Fairground
SME Support Fund
Damascus Chamber of Commerce