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DSE Thursday session closes at 1246.09 points
DSE Thursday session closes at 1246.09 points
Damascus Securities Exchange (DSE) Thursday session closed with transactions of 50246 stocks in 57 deals with an overall value of around SYP 5.265 million, closing at 1246.09 points and marking a decrease of 2.91 points. The stocks of Cham Bank closed at SYP 97.39, marking an increase of 0.07%. The stocks of al-Baraka Bank closed at SYP 140.54, marking an increase of 1.84%. The stocks of Syria International Islamic Bank closed at SYP 106.83, marking a decrease of 1.39%. The stocks of Qatar National Bank closed at SYP 107, marking a decrease of 1.95 %. The stocks of al-Aqeelah Takaful Insurance Company closed at SYP 79.50, marking a decrease of 0.05 %. The International Bank for Trade and Finance and Jordan Bank did not witness any change in their value and closed at the same prices as in the previous session.
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