The Saudi Stock Exchange, after gaining for six (!) consecutive sessions, fell by 0.55 per cent to 10,842.78 points on Monday, Aug. 25.
Abdullah A. M. Al-Khodari Sons Company jumped 4.97 per cent to reach SAR66.50.
Earlier in the day, the developer said it lured several new projects: the construction of the business administration college at Northern Border University in Arar for SAR144 million; the construction of a general admin building at the same university for SAR171 million; another project from Taibah University worth SAR374 million.
SABIC shares gained 0.87 per cent, finishing at a multi-year high at SAR130.50.