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Most active list

The stocks with the highest volume of trading on a certain day.

Most Active List

The list of stocks on an exchange with the highest trading volume, especially on a given trading day. A stock is often listed on the most active list when relevant information on the company becomes available. Being on the most active list is not necessarily positive; that is, the information could be either good or bad, and investors could buy or sell accordingly. Technical analysts may use the high trading volume to determine how strong or sustainable a bullish or bearish trend is.
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Dubai Islamic Bank was the most-active stock in trade, contributing to 4 per cent of the total traded volume of 233 million shares.
Emirates NBD shares closed 6.05 percent higher to be at Dh11.40, and was the most-active stock in trade, contributing to 28 percent of the total value traded of Dh342 million on the bourse.
Oil & Gas Development, which rose 3.31 rupees to 173.50 rupees, was the most-active stock by value in Pakistan.
Dubai Islamic Bank, which was the most-active stock, closed 1.39 per cent higher at Dh5.09.
Volume for the maiden session was a hefty 12.7 million shares, making it the seventh most-active stock on Nasdaq.
Summary: Shares closed 6.05% higher at Dh11.40, and was the most-active stock in trade
FAB, which was the most-active stock in trade, closed 1.34 per cent higher at Dh15.18.
DSI, which has shed 21 per cent of its value since September 1, was the most-active stock in trade with a traded value of Dh196 million.
Emirates NBD shares fell 4.58 per cent to Dh9.38, and it was the most-active stock in trade, contributing to 27 per cent of the total traded value.
Emaar Properties closed 1.13 per cent lower to Dh5.24, and was the most-active stock in trade.
Air Arabia was the most-active stock on the bourse, and the bulk deals didn't materially impact the price.
On Sunday, Gulf Finance House was the most-active stock in trade, and traded value stood at Dh21 million, or 16 per cent of the total value, while Ithmaar's traded value stood at Dh1 million.