Saudi Exchange closes in green Sunday

Saudi Exchange closes in green Sunday
The Saudi Exchange (Tadāwul) closed today up 231.04 points to settle at 11,729.97, with trading worth SAR5 billion.A total of 205 million shares were traded, with 79 companies' stocks rising in value and 151 shares closing down.The Saudi Parallel Market Index (Nomu) closed up 71.63 points to settle

Bahrain Bourse closes down Sunday

Bahrain Bourse closes down Sunday
The Bahrain Bourse index closed today at 2,039.95 points, down 1.76 points from its trading close. The decline was attributed to a drop in the luxury consumer goods and financial sectors.According to Bahrain News Agency (BNA), the Bahrain Islamic Index also closed down at 826.02 points, a decrease

Qatar, Spain call for immediate, lasting ceasefire in Gaza

Qatar, Spain call for immediate, lasting ceasefire in Gaza
Qatar and Spain called for an immediate, lasting and sustainable ceasefire in the Gaza Strip that allows for the unimpeded delivery of urgent humanitarian aid throughout the Gaza Strip and the liberation of hostages.In a joint statement on the occasion of the 'Inaugural Strategic Dialogue between t

GCC condemns continued Israeli aggression in Gaza Strip

GCC condemns continued Israeli aggression in Gaza Strip
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has strongly condemned the ongoing Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip and expressed its support for the Palestinian people. In a joint statement during the Interactive Dialogue with the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian

Saudi Health Ministry reports 2,764 cases of heat stress on first day of Eid Al Adha, urges pilgrims to avoid peak sun hours

Saudi Health Ministry reports 2,764 cases of heat stress on first day of Eid Al Adha, urges pilgrims to avoid peak sun hours
Saudi Health Minister Fahd Al-Jalajel has urged pilgrims to avoid peak sun hours (11 am to 4 pm) when performing their remaining Hajj rituals. He urged them to avoid direct sun exposure and stay away from hot surfaces, stressing that prevention is key.The ministry's spokesperson reported that 2,764