Market capitalisation of Arab stock exchanges surpasses $4.5trn in February – Dailynewsegypt

The market capitalization of Arab stock exchanges saw an increase to approximately $4.54 trillion in February, up from $4.4 trillion in January, the Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) reported.

February data from the AMF, released on Thursday, indicated that the market capitalization of the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange reached $775.1 billion. The valuation of the Dubai financial market was approximately $198.8 billion, and that of the Saudi financial market, known as “Tadawul,” was approximately $2.983 trillion.

Furthermore, the market capitalization of the Qatar Stock Exchange was $165.8 billion, the Kuwait Stock Exchange was around $143.2 billion, the Casablanca Stock Exchange was $66.7 billion, the of Egypt was 64.7 billion dollars and the Muscat Stock Market was 61.7 billion dollars.

Furthermore, the market capitalization of the Amman Stock Exchange reached $24.1 billion, the Bahrain Stock Exchange was $20.9 billion, the Beirut Stock Exchange was $18 billion, the of Tunisia was 7.7 billion dollars, the Damascus Stock Exchange was 5.68 billion dollars and the Palestine Stock Exchange was 24.1 billion dollars. The exchange was for 4.38 billion dollars.

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