Turning the Tide: Foreign Investors Shift to Net Buyers in GCC Stock Market

Turning the Tide Foreign Investors Shift to Net Buyers in GCC Stock Market

With a notable shift in the GCC Stock Market development, foreign investors are becoming net buyers. This shift indicates the investor’s interest and confidence in the landscape to avail opportunities. Historically, the stock market of the GCC region was reliant on foreign investment due to economic crises, fluctuations in oil prices, etc. Similarly, the momentum is shifting, and net investors turned into net buyers as the economy improved in the region as well as there were more opportunities in the region.

Delve into the Momentum of Trading Market 

The trend from shifting investors into net buyers started within a year while during the start of three months, foreign investors started buying. The major buying was seen in UAE. Entering into the era, during which net buyers spent $1.5 billion in buying during the year 2024 the number, was $1.3 during 2023 in net selling. During the first quarter of 2024, total net buying was $888.4 million.

Kuwait comes second in buying $334.9 million in the Q1. In the GCC others were shown the net buying while Oman and Bahrain indicated the net sales during the quarter. The net sale in Oman was merely during the first month for about $1.9 million in the year 2024. During the month of Ramadan 2024, seasonal pressure increases due to a market decline. Additionally, at this point, foreign investors saved the shares and became the net sellers.

Let’s Explore Statistics

The monthly performance, in the trading market was at its peak during February 2024. While the net buying was $678.4 million. Similarly, the amount of the first month was small $199.4 million and there was a decline in March for about $582.0 million. The net buying indicated a gradual increase in the region of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

GCC investors through net sales reached up to $414.6 million in comparison to $570.7 billion during Q4 in 2023. In Oman, net sales during Q1 2024 reached $141.7 million. Similarly, the net sales in Saudi and Dubai were $140.2 million and $120.9 million. As the percentages indicate

With a notable shift in the GCC Stock Market development, foreign investors are becoming net buyers. This shift indicates the investor’s interest and confidence in the landscape to avail opportunities. Historically, the stock market of the GCC region was reliant on foreign investment due to economic crises, fluctuations in oil prices, etc. Similarly, the momentum is shifting, and net investors turned into net buyers as the economy improved in the region as well as there were more opportunities in the region.

Delve into the Momentum of Trading Market 

The trend from shifting investors into net buyers started within a year while during the start of three months, foreign investors started buying. The major buying was seen in UAE. Entering into the era, during which net buyers spent $1.5 billion in buying during the year 2024 the number, was $1.3 during 2023 in net selling. During the first quarter of 2024, total net buying was $888.4 million.

Kuwait comes second in buying $334.9 million in the Q1. In the GCC others were shown the net buying while Oman and Bahrain indicated the net sales during the quarter. The net sale in Oman was merely during the first month for about $1.9 million in the year 2024. During the month of Ramadan 2024, seasonal pressure increases due to a market decline. Additionally, at this point, foreign investors saved the shares and became the net sellers.

Let’s Explore Statistics

The monthly performance, in the trading market was at its peak during February 2024. While the net buying was $678.4 million. Similarly, the amount of the first month was small $199.4 million and there was a decline in March for about $582.0 million. The net buying indicated a gradual increase in the region of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

GCC investors through net sales reached up to $414.6 million in comparison to $570.7 billion during Q4 in 2023. In Oman, net sales during Q1 2024 reached $141.7 million. Similarly, the net sales in Saudi and Dubai were $140.2 million and $120.9 million. As the percentages indicate

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