AMMAN — Non-Jordanian investors bought shares worth a total of JD298 million by the end of October this year, representing 18.3 per cent of the overall trading value at the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE). Meanwhile, the value of shares sold by them amounted to JD265.4 million during the same period. As a result, the net of non-Jordanian investments during the first ten months of the year amounted to JD32.6 million, down from JD78 million in 2011, according to the ASE figures. Arab investors’ purchases during the same period were JD214.6 million, or 72 per cent of the overall purchases by non-Jordanians, while the value of non-Arab purchases amounted to JD83.4 million, constituting 28 per cent of the overall purchases by non-Jordanians.
You are here
Net investments of non-Jordanians in Amman Bourse drop in 10 months
By Petra - Nov 12,2012 - Last updated at Nov 12,2012
The total value of shares bought by non-Jordanian investors at the Amman bourse last year almost tripled compared with 2012, official figures showed Wednesday.
Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) Chief Executive Officer Jalil Tarif expressed optimism recently that non-Jordanian investments in Amman Bourse would continue to grow in 2012 in spite of ongoing turmoil in the region.
2014 is excepted to be a promising year for the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) as the growth seen last year is likely to gain momentum, according to the market chief.
Sep 29, 2015
Nov 22, 2015
Jun 30, 2015
Feb 05, 2015
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to you each day.