REVEALED: Dubai's 20 most popular companies

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Real estate giant Emaar is the most traded company on Dubai's stock exchange, according to data published by Arabian Business today.

With more than AED1,72bn (US$468m) in shares changing hands on the Dubai Financial Market over the last month, the UAE-based firm topped our list of the emirate's 20 most popular companies.

Click here to see our gallery of Dubai's 20 most popular companies.

Coming in at second place was building services provider Tabreed, which saw AED1.2bn worth of its shares bought and sold over the period.

The list, which is dominated by the UAE's financial players, also includes the likes of Deyaar, Emirates NBD and Dubai Islamic Bank, which all witnessed a flurry of share activity during the past month.

The rankings also included giants from regional industries including construction, real estate and telecommunications.

Click here to see our gallery of Dubai's 20 most popular companies.

* All trades values taken from data provided by Dubai Financial Market for period between March 8 2012 and April 8 2012. Some images are for illustrative purposes only.

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