Saudi Arabia stocks were reduced following the close on Sunday, as reductions in the Petrochemicals, Energy & Utilities and Media & Publishing industries led stocks reduced.
In the end in Saudi Arabia, the Tadawul All Share diminished 1.05percent to reach a new 6-months low.
The very top performers of this semester around the Tadawul All Share were Basic Chemical Industries Co (SE:1210), which climbed 2.93percent or 0.60 points to trade in 21.10 at the end. Meanwhile, the Arabian Pipes Company (SE:2200) added 2.23percent or 0.26 points to finish at 11.94 and Dur Hospitality (SE:4010) was up 2.05percent or 0.40 points to 19.88 in late trade.
The worst actors of this semester were Rabigh Refining & Petrochemical Co (SE:2380), that dropped 4.22percent or 0.82 points to trade at 18.60 in the close. National Petrochemical Company (SE:2002) fell 4.02percent or 0.94 points to finish at 22.46 and Trade Union Cooperative Insurance (SE:8170) was down 3.51percent or 0.48 factors to 13.18.
Crude oil for November delivery was unchanged 0.00percent or 0.00 to $54.80 per cone. Founded in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in November dropped 0.38percent or 0.23 to reach $60.15 a cone, whereas the December Gold Futures contract dropped 0.76percent or 11.40 to trade $1496.00 per troy ounce.
EUR/SAR grew up 0.12percent to 4.1544, whilst USD/SAR rose 0.01percent to 3.7515.