The Iraqi Stock Exchange (ISX) index dropped slightly on Monday by 0.04% after the recent explosions that rattled the Iraqi capital, to close at 91.2 points as share prices of 12 firms out of a total 27 that traded in Monday’s session went down.
Baghdad had been hit by a series of car bombing attacks earlier on Sunday (April 4).
On June 7, the Iraqi Middle East Investment Bank and the Warka Bank joined the electronic trading sessions.
The ISX now holds five sessions from Sunday to Thursday.
( Aswat Al Iraq )