Kuwait bourse ends Wednesday’s trading in red zone

KUWAIT, Boursa Kuwait ended Wednesday’s trading in red zone as the Premier Market Index lost 26.6 points to reach 6,775.01 points.

The new BK Main 50, a new index including the top 50 companies at the main market according to their daily average trade value, went down by 17.43 points to 4,927.15 points.

The Main Market Index also dropped 17.89 points to reach 4,811.70 points, same as the All Share Index went down by 23.67 points to 6,116.02 points.

According to the all Shares Index, the number of trades reach 10,540, which were valued at KD 41.7 million. The volume of shares reached 237 million shares.

Source: Kuwait News Agency