Tadawul index down 0.2%, with Southern Cement rising to 4 year high
Saudi equities ended the session today with the benchmark Tadawul All Share Index (TASI) declining marginally by 0.2 percent, or 19 points, to 8,675. Total turnover reached SAR 11.2 billion ($2.98 billion), with advance-decline ratio at 81:104.
Southern Cement rose more than 2 percent to reach SAR 79.80 – its highest close in four years. Naseej led the day’s maximum gains, while shares of Baazeem recorded its highest close since listing at SAR 74.80 (+2 percent) On the other hand, shares of Al Rajhi Bank declined by 1 percent at SAR 74.