After a weak debut into post-Eid trading, the DFM General Index rebounded on Tuesday, closing 1.27% higher at 2,656.12. Emirates NBD, the third biggest bank in the GCC by total assets, gained the most (up 3.64% at Dhs5.70). Islamic home finance firm Tamweel (off 3.70% at Dhs1.30) lost the most. Market breadth switched sides completely, as 19 shares advanced, while 7 declined. Emaar added 0.65% to reach Dhs6.18. Arabtec was the most liquid share, finishing a volatile trading day 3.27% higher at Dhs2.53.