The average daily trading volume for the period 18/06 – 22/06 reached JD (12.9) million compared to JD (6.0) million for the last week, a increase of (115.8%). The total trading volume during the week reached JD(64.6) million compared to JD (29.9) million during the last week. Trading a total of (32.0) million shares through (10743) transactions.
Financial led the trading with JD(49.3) million or (76.4%) of the total trading volume. The Services followed with a JD(7.9) million or (12.2%). Finally, the Industrial with a JD(7.3) million representing(11.4%) of the total trading volume.
The shares price index closed at (2160.0) points, compared to (2156.8) points for the last week, an increase of (0.15%). The Financial index increased by (0.17%), the Services index increased by (0.52%), and the Industrial index decreased by (0.27%).
The shares of (147) companies were traded, the shares prices of (58) companies rose, and the shares prices of (50) declined.
The top five gainers during the week were, the Jordan Decapolis Properties by (17.78%), Salam Internationl Transport And Trading by (17.39%), Comprehensive Multiple Project Company by (16.28%), The Consultant & Investment Group by (9.68%), and Noor Capital Markets For Diversified Investments by (8.96%).
The top five losers were, the Resources Company For Development And Investment Plc by (21.74%), International For Medical Investment by (8.33%), Nutri Dar by (7.14%), National Chlorine Industries by (6.78%), and Amad Investment & Real Estate Development by (5.93%).