Damascus, (SANA News) – The Damascus Securities Exchange (DSE) closed on Monday with transactions of 22,085 stocks with an overall value of around SYP 3.139 million, closing at 1,266.14 points, marking a decrease of 0.09 points from the previous session.

The stocks of Cham Bank closed at SYP 100.75, marking an increase of 0.12%.

The stocks of Qatar National Bank closed at SYP 118.92, marking a decrease of 0.07%.

The stocks of International Islamic Bank closed at SYP 107.75, marking a decrease of 1.27%.

The stocks of Baraka bank and Syria and Overseas Bank closed at the same price as in the previous session.

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