Gulf markets mixed at opening
27 November 2015, Nirapad News: Gulf stock markets were mixed in the opening minutes of trade on Thursday amid a lack of fresh corporate news to spur buying. Dubai’s index slipped 0.5 per cent as real estate shares weakened, with Emaar Properties down 0.8 per cent. Abu Dhabi edged down 0.3 per cent but Abu Dhabi National Energy Co, continuing a rebound from a record low, was again the most heavily traded stock and climbed 4.4 per cent, after surging 15 per cent on Wednesday. Qatar’s index gained 0.3 per cent as Gulf International Services, which had tumbled 4.1 per cent on Wednesday ahead of its deletion from MSCI’s emerging markets index at the end of this month, rebounded 1.0 per cent.