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  • 1. Page 1 of 5QE Intra-Day MovementQatar CommentaryThe QE index declined 0.2% to close at 9,290.3. Losses were led by theTelecoms and Banking & Financial Services indices, declining 0.6% and 0.4%respectively. Top losers were Qatar German Co. for Med. Dev. and EzdanHolding Group, falling 1.5% and 1.0% respectively. Among the top gainers,United Development Co. rose 4.1%, while National Leasing gained 3.5%.GCC CommentarySaudi Arabia: The TASI index gained 0.4% to close at 7,645.7. Gains wereled by the Agriculture & Food Industries and Hotel & Tourism indices, rising1.5% and 1.3% respectively. Saudi Arabian Cooperative Insurance Co. rose7.9%, while Allied Cooperative Insurance Group was up 6.7%.Dubai: Dubai was closed on June 06, 2013.Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi was closed on June 06, 2013.Kuwait: Kuwait was closed on June 06, 2013.Oman: Oman was closed on June 06, 2013.Qatar Exchange Top Gainers Close* 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD%United Development Co. 23.53 4.1 2,661.3 32.2National Leasing 38.40 3.5 2,205.6 (15.0)Qatar Islamic Insurance 61.20 3.2 89.3 (1.3)Qatari Investors Group 26.75 2.9 540.7 16.3Gulf Warehousing Co. 42.10 2.2 92.3 25.7Qatar Exchange Top Vol. Trades Close* 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD%United Development Co. 23.53 4.1 2,661.3 32.2National Leasing 38.40 3.5 2,205.6 (15.0)Barwa Real Estate Co. 26.80 0.6 1,417.9 (2.4)Vodafone Qatar 9.31 0.6 924.0 11.5Masraf Al Rayan 27.20 (0.5) 857.8 9.7Market Indicators 06 June 13 05 June 13 %Chg.Value Traded (QR mn) 408.6 344.8 18.5Exch. Market Cap. (QR mn) 511,042.9 512,938.5 (0.4)Volume (mn) 12.5 9.9 27.0Number of Transactions 4,794 4,903 (2.2)Companies Traded 38 38 0.0Market Breadth 18:18 11:24 –Market Indices Close 1D% WTD% YTD% TTM P/ETotal Return 13,273.75 (0.2) 0.6 17.3 N/AAll Share Index 2,353.75 (0.2) 0.4 16.8 12.8Banks 2,178.40 (0.4) (0.4) 11.8 11.7Industrials 3,152.11 (0.3) (0.7) 20.0 11.7Transportation 1,729.46 (0.3) 4.0 29.0 12.2Real Estate 1,872.84 2.0 4.5 16.2 12.0Insurance 2,325.02 0.1 1.4 18.4 15.3Telecoms 1,307.53 (0.6) 1.6 22.8 14.9Consumer 5,605.72 0.1 0.9 20.0 22.9Al Rayan Islamic Index 2,835.40 0.8 1.6 14.0 14.1GCC Top Gainers##Exchange Close#1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD%United Dev. Co. Qatar 23.53 4.1 2,661.3 32.2National Leasing Qatar 38.40 3.5 2,205.6 (15.0)Qatari Investors Group Qatar 26.75 2.9 540.7 16.3Gulf Warehousing Co. Qatar 42.10 2.2 92.3 25.7Aluminium Bahrain Bahrain 0.54 0.9 16.5 23.8GCC Top Losers##Exchange Close#1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD%Ithmaar Bank Bahrain 0.25 (7.5) 480.0 44.1BBK Bahrain 0.40 (1.5) 12.8 12.3Ezdan Holding Group Qatar 17.55 (1.0) 71.0 (3.6)Qatar Telecom Qatar 124.10 (0.8) 28.7 19.3Industries Qatar Qatar 163.80 (0.7) 185.5 16.2Source: Bloomberg (#in Local Currency) (##GCC Top gainers/losers derived from the Bloomberg GCC200 Index comprising of the top 200 regional equities based on market capitalization and liquidity)Qatar Exchange Top Losers Close* 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD%Qatar German Co. for Med. Dev. 15.56 (1.5) 523.9 5.3Ezdan Holding Group 17.55 (1.0) 71.0 (3.6)Medicare Group 43.20 (0.8) 287.7 21.0Qatar Telecom 124.10 (0.8) 28.7 19.3Industries Qatar 163.80 (0.7) 185.5 16.2Qatar Exchange Top Val. Trades Close* 1D% Val. ‘000 YTD%National Leasing 38.40 3.5 83,531.5 (15.0)United Development Co. 23.53 4.1 61,980.1 32.2Barwa Real Estate Co. 26.80 0.6 37,968.9 (2.4)Industries Qatar 163.80 (0.7) 30,389.3 16.2Masraf Al Rayan 27.20 (0.5) 23,376.1 9.7Source: Bloomberg (* in QR)Regional Indices Close 1D% WTD% MTD% YTD%Exch. Val. Traded($ mn)Exchange Mkt.Cap. ($ mn)P/E** P/B**DividendYieldQatar* 9,290.33 (0.2) 0.6 0.6 11.1 112.22 140,332.4 11.8 1.7 5.0Dubai#2,421.64 N/A 2.3 2.3 49.3 N/A 62,124.9 15.6 1.0 3.5Abu Dhabi#3,599.29 N/A 1.0 1.0 36.8 N/A 105,079.5 11.0 1.3 4.9Saudi Arabia 7,645.65 0.4 0.4 3.3 12.4 1,641.27 408,941.5 16.3 2.0 3.6Kuwait#8,027.98 N/A (3.3) (3.3) 35.3 N/A 110,757.3 24.6 1.4 3.3Oman#6,498.05 N/A 1.2 1.2 12.8 N/A 22,835.2 11.3 1.7 4.3Bahrain 1,201.42 (0.7) 0.4 0.4 12.7 1.35 21,334.7 8.7 0.8 4.1Source: Bloomberg, Qatar Exchange, Tadawul, Muscat Securities Exchange, Dubai Financial Market and Zawya (** TTM; * Value traded ($ mn) do not include special trades, if any) (#Closed on June 06, 2013)9,2609,2709,2809,2909,3009,3109:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00
  • 2. Page 2 of 5Qatar Market Commentary The QE index declined 0.2% to close at 9,290.3. The Telecomsand Banking & Financial Services indices led the losses. Theindex declined on the back of selling pressure from non-Qatarishareholders despite buying support from Qatari shareholders. Qatar German Co. for Med. Dev. and Ezdan Holding Group werethe top losers, falling 1.5% and 1.0% respectively. Among thetop gainers, United Development Co. rose 4.1%, while NationalLeasing gained 3.5%. Volume of shares traded on Thursday rose by 27.0% to 12.5mnfrom 9.9mn on Wednesday. Further, as compared to the 30-daymoving average of 10.6mn, volume for the day was 18.2%higher. United Development Co. and National Leasing were themost active stocks, contributing 21.2% and 17.6% to the totalvolume respectively.Source: Qatar Exchange (* as a % of traded value)Global Economic DataGlobal Economic DataDate Market Source Indicator Period Actual Consensus Previous06/06 US IPSOS Public Affairs RBC Consumer Outlook Index June 51.8 – 50.206/06 US Department of Labor Initial Jobless Claims 1-June 346K 345K 357K06/06 US Department of Labor Continuing Claims 25-May 2952K 2973K 3004K06/06 US Bloomberg Bloomberg Consumer Comfort 2-June -29.7 – -29.706/07 US Bureau of Labor Stat. Unemployment Rate May 7.60% 7.50% 7.50%06/06 France INSEE ILO Unemployment Rate 1Q2013 10.80% 10.80% 10.50%06/06 Germany Bundesbank Factory Orders MoM (sa) April -2.30% -1.00% 2.30%06/06 GermanyFederal Ministry ofEconomy & TechnologyFactory Orders YoY (nsa) April -0.40% 0.90% -0.30%06/07 Germany Bundesbank Imports SA (MoM) April 2.30% 0.50% 0.70%06/07 Germany Bundesbank Exports SA (MoM) April 1.90% 0.10% 0.50%06/07 Germany Bundesbank Industrial Production MoM (sa) April 1.80% 0.00% 1.20%06/07 GermanyFederal Ministry ofEconomy & TechnologyIndustrial Prod. YoY (nsa wda) April 1.00% -0.70% -2.40%06/06 UK Lloyds Lloyds Employment Confidence May -37 – -4106/07 UK Bank of England BoE/GfK Inflation Next 12 Mths May 3.60% – 3.60%06/07 Spain INE Industrial Output WDA (YoY) April -1.80% -2.60% -0.80%06/07 Spain INE Industrial Output NSA (YoY) April 7.30% – 10.00%06/08 China National Bureau of Stat. Exports YoY% May 1.00% 7.40% 14.70%06/08 China National Bureau of Stat. Imports YoY% May -0.30% 6.60% 16.80%Source: Bloomberg (s.a. = seasonally adjusted; n.s.a. = non-seasonally adjusted; w.d.a. = working day adjusted)NewsQatar QIBK provides $100mn financing to QFB – Qatar IslamicBank (QIBK) has signed $100mn Murabaha facility with QatarFirst Bank (QFB). The facility is a multiple Murabaha-structuredfacility with a three-year tenor, which will be used to supportQFBs growth plans. (QE) BRES to sell its assets worth QR26bn – Barwa Real EstateCompany (BRES) is selling its assets worth QR26bn to QatariDiar (holding 45% of BRES’ outstanding issued shares). BRESsaid that the Qatari Diar initiative aims to secure the remainingshareholders’ rights and reduce BRES’s overall debt costs,which will be concluded during the remainder of 2013. Theassets to be sold are: Barwa Commercial Avenue Project,Barwa Al Sadd Project, Barwa City Project and certain assets ofBRES’s investment portfolio. (QE) Barwa Bank’s TFI signs JV deal for Saudi real estateinvestment – Barwa Bank’s investment banking division, TheFirst Investor (TFI) has signed a joint venture agreement withthe Project Management & Development Company (PMDC) toinvest in income-generating expatriate residential compounds inSaudi Arabia. As the JV initiators, TFI, Barwa Bank and PMDChave invested $30mn in the proposition. (Gulf-Times.com) Ooredoo to invest $15bn in Myanmar if it wins license –Ooredoo’s (formerly QTEL) Chief Strategy Officer Jeremy Sellsaid the company would invest $15bn in rolling out atelecommunications network across Myanmar, if it gets one ofthe two licenses being tendered in that country. He added that ifthe company wins the license, it would roll out a 3G datanetwork across the country, reaching 90% of the populationwithin two years. (Bloomberg) QNRF awards QR2.6mn to ConocoPhillips water project –Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) has awardedConocoPhillips’ Global Water Sustainability Center (GWSC) agrant of QR2.6mn for its proposal on the application of forwardosmosis to reduce produced water injection volumes in Qatarigas fields. (Peninsula Qatar)Overall Activity Buy %* Sell %* Net (QR)Qatari 77.22% 74.30% 11,896,606.43Non-Qatari 22.79% 25.70% (11,896,606.43)
  • 3. Page 3 of 5 Qatar’s health insurance system to be fully operational by2015 – The health insurance system in Qatar is expected to befully operational by 2015 and expats are to be covered in thelast phase of implementation. Insurance premiums will have tobe paid at the time of issuance or renewal of residence permitfor an expatriate. (Peninsula Qatar) Ashghal plans to build 69 schools, 25 kindergartens – ThePublic Works Authority (Ashghal) is set to construct 69 newschools and 25 kindergartens across Qatar by the end of 2014.(Peninsula Qatar)International QNB Group: US economy shows signs of slowing again;spending shields GCC countries – According to a report ofthe QNB Group, the US economy may be slowing again ashigher taxes, and lower government outlays lead to reducedconsumer spending and manufacturing. However, stronginfrastructure spending, and relatively high oil prices shouldcontinue to protect Qatar and the other GCC countries fromthese latest headwinds from the US economy. (Gulf-Times.com) ECB holds rates, sees gradual recovery in 2013 – TheEuropean Central Bank (ECB) has retained its main interest rateat a record low of 0.5%, saying that improved economic data inMay 2013 confirmed its forecast of a gradual recovery from theprolonged recession later this year. ECB President Mario Draghisaid the banks easy monetary policy should continue to supportprospects for an economic recovery later in the year and itwould remain accommodative for as long as necessary. He alsosaid the bank was still looking at ways to boost lending to small& medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and revitalizing the marketfor asset-backed securities, but any such action is not for theshort-term. (Reuters) Bundesbank dampens optimism over German economy –Bundesbank, the German central bank has cut the nation’sgrowth forecast for 2013, saying Germanys economy wouldslow down again after a second-quarter surge. The central bankhas cut its 2013 growth forecast by 0.1% to 0.3% and itsestimate for 2014 growth to 1.5% from 1.9%. The Bundesbanks2013 prediction brought it in line with the IMF’s forecast.(Reuters) BoE holds policy steady – The Bank of England (BoE) has notchanged its monetary policy despite the governors calls formore stimulus. The banks decision to leave its policy steady asrecent data suggests Britains recovery is gathering strength.Meanwhile, BoE’s survey showed the UK’s average publicinflation expectations for the next 12 months stood at 3.6% inMay, well above the central banks 2% inflation target. (Reuters) Japan unveils plan for tax cuts to boost capex – JapanesePrime Minister Shinzo Abe said the government would decideon tax cuts in autumn to encourage companies to boost capitalexpenditure as part of its sweeping reforms to revive theJapanese economy from nearly two decades of stagnation. Thegovernment will also work on legislation to scrap regulations thathamper corporate research and investment and secure itspassage in parliament in autumn. These measures will add to aseries of steps unveiled in the government’s growth strategy lastweek, which include setting up special economic zones to attractforeign business and raising incomes by 3% per annum.(Reuters) Chinese CPI slows to 2.1% in May – According to the NationalBureau of Statistics (NBS), Chinas annual consumer inflationslowed to 2.1% in May 2013 from Aprils 2.4%, which was belowmarket expectations. This news added to market views that thenation’s economy could slow down further in the current quarter.Further, the NBS said that Chinas producer prices fell 2.9%YoY compared with a drop of 2.6% YoY in April 2013.Economists polled by Reuters had expected annual inflation toremain at 2.5% and factory-gate prices to fall 2.5% in May.(Reuters)Regional Saudi oil output rises to 9.6mn bpd in May – According tosources, Saudi Arabia has produced 9.6mn bpd of crude oil inMay 2013, up from 9.3mn bpd in April 2013. Supply to both thedomestic and export markets were also at around 9.6mn bpd inMay, up from 9.2mn bpd in April. (GulfBase.com) BMI: Kingdom to maintain natural gas self-sufficiency –According to a report by Business Monitor International (BMI),Saudi Arabia will remain self-sufficient in natural gas, with itsproduction rising from an estimated 116.2bn cubic meters (bcm)in 2013 to 152 bcm by 2022. The report expects crude oilproduction to rise to an average of 11.6mn bpd in 2013, coupledwith natural gas liquids and processing gains. The report saidthat total liquids supply is set to rise to 12.8mn bpd anddomestic consumption will increase to 4.3mn bpd by 2022, froman estimate of 3.3mn bpd in 2013. (GulfBase.com) BMI: Jeddah Islamic Port leads in Saudi maritime sector –According to a BMI report on the Saudi shipping sector, theJeddah Islamic Port is set to hold the top position in country’smaritime sector both in terms of total tonnage and containerthroughput in 2013, after demonstrating strong growth in 2012.The report said the Jeddah Islamic Port’s tonnage throughput isforecast to grow 8.8%, and to average 7.9% until 2017. Thereport also forecasted the port’s throughput to grow by anaverage of 7.7% over the forecast period. Further, the reportsaid the total trade real growth is forecasted at 1.5%, averaging1.4% until 2017. (GulfBase.com) Saudi-Taiwan trade reaches $21.1bn – The bilateral tradebetween Saudi Arabia and Taiwan touched $21.1bn in 2012.Taiwan’s import from Saudi Arabia totaled $18.1bn in 2012, up7.3% YoY, while its export crossed $2.4bn, up 22.5% YoY.(GulfBase.com) Tadawul launches IFSAH electronic disclosure system –The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) has launched the newelectronic disclosure system, “IFSAH”. IFSAH is an easyinteractive system that provides electronic templates and formsvia eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) fordisplaying the entered organized data. (Tadawul) SABIC plans $4.2bn steel projects – Saudi Basic IndustriesCorporation (SABIC) is planning to build two large steel plantsworth $4.2bn on Saudi Arabias Gulf coast for its affiliate,Hadeed. SABIC said the plant that is being built in Jubail willhave a processing capacity of 1.5mn tons a year, while the otherplant in Rabigh will have a capacity of 1mn tons a year. SABICalso said that it has reached an agreement with the Saudi oilministry for supplying fuel to power the plants. (GulfBase.com) SEC signs SR1.4bn contracts for electrical projects – TheSaudi Electricity Company (SEC) has signed four contractsworth around SR1.4bn to implement electrical projects in Riyadhand Makkah. These projects included the establishment ofground cables to connect a number of distribution stations in theneighborhoods of Riyadh, along with the establishment ofMashaer Electricity Station in Makkah. (Bloomberg) Saudi government orders for SITC liquidation – The Saudigovernment has passed a decree to liquidate the Saudi
  • 4. Page 4 of 5Integrated Telecom Company (SITC), which floated its shares inan IPO in 2011, but never started operations. (GulfBase.com) SWCC’s desalination and power plant completes 75%construction works – The Saline Water ConversionCorporation (SWCC) said its desalination project in Ras Al-Khairis 75% complete and will begin production in 3Q2013. Thecapacity of the plant is over 1mn cubic meters of desalinatedwater and 2,400MW of electricity. SWCC also said that the totalinvestment for the project is SR23bn. Electricity production willstart in 3Q2013 and water production by the end of 2013.(GulfBase.com) Al Sorayai signs MoU with Al Jazeera Paints for productionplant – Al Sorayai Trading & Industrial Group Company (AlSorayai) has signed a MoU with Al Jazeera Paints for theconstruction of a calcium carbonate production plant. This MoUhas become effective from June 5, 2013 and is valid for sixmonths. (Tadawul) UAE business activity rises to 3-month high in May –According to a survey of the HSBC UAE Purchasing Managers’Index (PMI), business activity in the UAE’s non-oil private sectorrose to a three-month high in May as growth in new ordersimproved. The index showed that PMI grew to 55.3 points inMay from 54.0 in April. The survey showed that the adjustedindex remains above the 50-point mark that separates growthfrom contraction. (Gulf-Times.com) Emirates NBD signs $300mn loan deal with Turk Telekom –Leading UAE bank Emirates NBD has signed a $300mn loandeal with the Turkish telecommunications company, TurkTelekom. Turk Telekom said the annual rate of interest on the3.5 year bond will be LIBOR plus 2.7%. (GulfBase.com) Mubadala to target gas export hubs overseas – MubadalaPetroleum has been assigned by the UAE’s government to lookat gas-export facilities abroad to complement an import terminal,which is under construction in Fujairah. (GulfBase.com) Emaar to develop Creek Harbor Project in JV with DubaiHolding – Emaar Properties said it is in the final stages ofnegotiation with Dubai Holding to develop a 6.5mn square meterurban district located alongside Dubai Creek and adjacent toRas Al Khor. The new project, Dubai Creek Harbor, comprises acentral business district and a mix of cultural, commercial,technology, educational, healthcare, sporting, entertainment,shopping malls and residential uses, all designed around aseries of lagoons and green boulevards. Dubai Creek Harborwill be developed through a joint venture between EmaarProperties and Dubai Holding. (DFM) Emaar Properties, Meraas form venture for Dubai project –Emaar Properties and Meraas Holding have formed a JV tobuild a huge residential and commercial complex near Dubai’sdowntown. The JV is backed by the Dubai government andplans to construct a commercial center, low and mid-riseresidences, an 18-hole golf course and other facilities to be builtover 11mn square metres. (Gulf-Times.com) US firms plans to set up MRO units in Dubai – The DubaiAviation City Corporation’s CEO Rashed Bu Qara’a said anumber of foreign investors – mainly from the US – are in talksto set up maintenance, repair, & overhaul (MRO) service units atthe upcoming Dubai World Central airport. He said the UScompanies seek to take advantage of Dubai’s aviationinfrastructure in order to expand in the Middle East and Africanregions. (GulfBase.com) Dubai Mall commences its expansion work – The Dubai Mallhas commenced its first phase of expansion by around 1mnsquare feet. The expansion project builds on Dubais newTourism Vision 2020. (AME Info) Severn Trent again rejects takeover offer – UK-based watercompany Severn Trent has again rejected an enhancedtakeover offer from a group of investors including a Canadianinfrastructure investor and the Kuwait sovereign wealth fund(SWF). (Bloomberg) GIH’s 1Q2013 losses narrow – Kuwait-based GlobalInvestment House’s (GIH) losses contracted to KD3.93mn in1Q2013 from a loss of KD11.04mn in 1Q2012, mainly due to asharp decrease in losses from discontinued operations. Lossesfrom discontinued operations narrowed down to KD4.91mn fromKD10.34mn in 1Q2012. Total assets stood at KD499.5mn at theend of March 2013, inching up 0.3% YTD. (Bloomberg) Oman awards tenders worth OMR20.5mn – Oman’s TenderBoard has awarded several infrastructure development projectsworth OMR20.5mn. (GulfBase.com) Sembcorp plans IPO of utility JV in Oman – Singapore-basedSembcorp Industries Ltd said it is planning to issue an IPO of itsJV company that operates a $1bn water & power project inOman by 4Q2013. (GulfBase.com) Raysut’s board clears terminal, grinding expansion projects– Raysut Cement Company’s board of directors has approvedfour expansion projects at an estimated cost of $24mn, whichwill be internally funded. These projects are: modern cementterminals at Duqm port and Somalias Berbera port, a grindingplant in Mukulla (Yemen) and enhancing production capacity ofits Pioneer Cement Industries in Ras Al Khaimah.(GulfBase.com) Gulf Air to buy 10 CSeries jets from Bombardier – Gulf Airhas placed an order for 10 CS100 jets, part of Bombardiersmuch-anticipated CSeries fleet of aircraft. Gulf Air also hasoptions for six additional planes. The CS100 jets are set to seetheir first flight in June 2013 and are expected to enter intocommercial service in 2014. (GulfBase.com)
  • 5. ContactsAhmed M. Shehada Keith Whitney Saugata Sarkar Sahbi KasraouiHead of Trading Head of Sales Head of Research Manager - HNWITel: (+974) 4476 6535 Tel: (+974) 4476 6533 Tel: (+974) 4476 6534 Tel: (+974) 4476 6544ahmed.shehada@qnbfs.com.qa keith.whitney@qnbfs.com.qa saugata.sarkar@qnbfs.com.qa sahbi.alkasraoui@qnbfs.com.qaQNB Financial Services SPCContact Center: (+974) 4476 6666PO Box 24025Doha, QatarDISCLAIMER: This publication has been prepared by QNB Financial Services SPC (“QNBFS”) a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar National Bank (“QNB”). QNBFS is regulated by the QatarFinancial Markets Authority and the Qatar Exchange; QNB is regulated by the Qatar Central Bank. This publication expresses the views and opinions of QNBFS at a given time only. It is not anoffer, promotion or recommendation to buy or sell securities or other investments, nor is it intended to constitute legal, tax, accounting, or financial advice. We therefore strongly advise potentialinvestors to seek independent professional advice before making any investment decision. Although the information in this report has been obtained from sources that QNBFS believes to bereliable, we have not independently verified such information and it may not be accurate or complete. While this publication has been prepared with the utmost degree of care by our analysts,QNBFS does not make any representations or warranties as to the accuracy and completeness of the information it may contain, and declines any liability in that respect. QNBFS reserves theright to amend the views and opinions expressed in this publication at any time. It may also express viewpoints or make investment decisions that differ significantly from, or even contradict, theviews and opinions included in this report.COPYRIGHT: No part of this document may be reproduced without the explicit written permission of QNBFS.Page 5 of 5Rebased Performance Daily Index PerformanceSource: Bloomberg Source: Bloomberg (* Closed on June 06, 2013)Source: Bloomberg Source: Bloomberg80.090.0100.0110.0120.0130.0140.0Jan-10 Jul-10 Jan-11 Jul-11 Jan-12 Jul-12 Jan-13QEIndex S&P Pan Arab S&P GCC0.4%(0.2%)0.0%(0.7%)0.0% 0.0% 0.0%(0.9%)(0.6%)(0.3%)0.0%0.3%0.6%SaudiArabiaQatarKuwait*BahrainOman*AbuDhabi*Dubai*Asset/Currency Performance Close ($) 1D% WTD% YTD% Global Indices Performance Close 1D% WTD% YTD%Gold 1,383.05 (2.2) (0.4) (17.4) DJ Industrial 15,248.12 1.4 0.9 16.4Silver 21.66 (4.4) (2.7) (28.6) S&P 500 1,643.38 1.3 0.8 15.2Crude Oil (Brent) 104.52 1.2 4.5 (7.4) NASDAQ 100 3,469.22 1.3 0.4 14.9Euro 1.32 (0.2) 1.7 0.2 DAX 8,254.68 1.9 (1.1) 8.4Yen 97.56 0.6 (2.9) 12.5 FTSE 100 6,411.99 1.2 (2.6) 8.7GBP 1.56 (0.3) 2.4 (4.3) CAC 40 3,872.59 1.5 (1.9) 6.4CHF 1.07 (0.7) 2.1 (2.2) Nikkei 12,877.53 (0.2) (6.5) 23.9AUD 0.95 (1.0) (0.8) (8.6) Shanghai 2,210.90 (1.4) (3.9) (2.6)USD Index 81.67 0.2 (2.0) 2.4 BSE Sensex 19,429.23 (0.5) (1.7) 0.0RUB 32.16 (0.1) 0.9 5.4 Bovespa 51,618.63 (2.4) (3.5) (15.3)BRL 0.47 (0.3) 0.3 (3.9) RTS 1,314.41 2.1 (1.3) (13.9)133.5121.1110.4