Tuesday 10, March 2009 by

DSM dives in February, falling 16 per cent

Qatar was the worst performing market in the Middle East, losing 16 per cent in February, according to a report from Rasmala. Despite high consensus expectations for the Qatari market, it has been one of the world’s worst performers thus far this year.  The market has seen widespread foreign selling for the past month and local institutional support has capitulated after sustaining severe losses.

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