On the first trading day after the Islamic holiday Eid ul-Fitr, the DFM General Index surged 2.43% to 1630.85 points, the highest closing since May 30. Shortly before Eid on September 10th, government-related entity Dubai World announced that it has received formal agreement from over 99 per cent by value and approximately 99 per cent by number of its creditor banks to to restructure approximately $24.9bn of liabilities. The DFM share gained six percent at Dhs1.76, wiping out losses between mid-June and Eid. Emaar was the most liquid stock (up 2.72% at Dhs3.78). Logistics provider Aramex lost 0.57%, finishing at Dhs1.73. Aramex announced today that Mana Al-Mulla has been appointed a board member. Some 239.27m stocks changed hands at the DFM.