The DWX remained unchanged last week amid low trading values.
Trading in the Syrian stock exchange was limited to three days last week because of a public holiday on Eid Al-Adha.
Syria’s main stock market index fell below the 1,200 mark for the first time since mid-July.
Syria’s Large Taxpayers unit has generated billions of pound for the treasury this year.
The rise of the dollar seems unstoppable in the Syrian currency market as it crossed today the 330 pound level for the first time on record.
Only a quarter of the listed stocks in the Damascus Securities Exchange were traded this week.
The value of the U.S. dollar increased again in the Syrian foreign exchange market last week.
Syrians were the fourth largest foreign investors in the Dubai Financial Market in the first half of this year.
More than two thirds of the listed stocks in the Damascus Securities Exchange didn’t attract any transaction this week.
The Syrian Pound has lost further ground to the dollar in the last week and is now trading at above 320 per dollar.