By Ben Flanagan
Emaar and du make the list of the most active Dubai Financial Market stocks in the second half of 2006.
The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) has announced the list of its most actively traded stocks in the second half of 2006.
Property giant Emaar, the new telecoms operator du, and Dubai Islamic Bank are among thirteen companies that meet the relevant criteria for the DFM's "More Active Stocks" list, which is compiled twice a year.
Criteria include being listed on the Dubai Financial Market as a primary market. Shares traded in a company must not be less than AED100 million during the six-month period, and share prices are allowed to move up or down by a maximum of 15% during one trading session.
The other companies that made the list are: Tamweel, Amlak, Islamic Arab Insurance Company, Arabtec, Aramex, Tabreed, Dubai Investment Company, Aman, Shuaa Capital, and Union Properties.