The Arab Monetary Fund reported that Arab stock exchanges reached a market capitalization of 4.583 trillion dollars by the end of last week.
The Arab Monetary Fund’s weekly bulletin reported a 1.27% increase in Arab stock exchanges’ market capitalization, rising from $4.526 trillion to $4.584 trillion.
The bulletin reported that the Abu Dhabi Securities Market had a market capital of 777.9 billion dollars, Dubai Financial Market had 186.6 billion dollars, and “Tadawul” had 3.07 trillion dollars.
The market capitalization of various stock exchanges in the Middle East and North Africa are: Qatar ($170.7B), Kuwait ($137.5B), Muscat ($62.25B), Casablanca ($61.9B), Egypt ($39.4B), and Bahrain ($20.3B).
As reported in the Arab Monetary Fund bulletin, the market capitalization of various stock exchanges in the region were: Amman $23.6 billion, Beirut $18.6 billion, Palestine $4.98 billion, and Damascus $3.97 billion.