Dubai – Mubasher: Most Arab stock markets have already announced their holidays on the occasion of Eid Al Fitr.
Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul will officially close on Thursday and will re-open on Wednesday, 22 July.
The UAE’s twin markets DFM and ADX announced that Eid holidays will start Thursday till Sunday, 20 July.
Muscat market will close starting Thursday, 16 July till Monday 20 July. The market will re-open on Tuesday, 21 July.
Meanwhile, the Egyptian Exchange announced that it will be officially closed on Sunday and Monday and will re-open on Tuesday.
The Qatari bourse will hold a three-day holiday starting Sunday till Tuesday. It will re-open on Wednesday, 22 July.
Kuwait Stock Exchange also announced that it will be closed 19 and 20 July.
Meanwhile, Bahrain Bourse will have a three-day holiday during 19-21 July. It will re-open on 22 July.