Iraq Stock Exchange announces the implementation of a deal worth ten billion dinars 22nd July, 2017 The Iraqi Stock Exchange announced on Saturday that its index recorded an increase in the number and value of shares traded during the last week, at a time when a deal exceeded 10 billion shares during the same week. In a statement received by “Eye of Iraq News”, the Executive Director of the market Taha Ahmed Abdul Salam said that the Iraqi Stock Exchange organized five trading sessions in the regular market and one trading session on the second market during the week ending July 20, (101) joint stock companies (72) listed companies in the regular market and (29) listed companies in the second market, where traded during the sessions last week shares (44) companies in the regular market and one company only in the second market. “The number of shares traded for last week reached (31) billion shares compared to (1) billion shares for the week before which it rose by (1514.67.78%) compared to the previous week, either the value of these shares amounted to (14) billion dinars compared to (1) Billion dinars for the week which is also high by (1170.55%). “The number of transactions executed last week reached (1657) transactions compared to (1235) transactions for the week before. The ISX 60 index closed at 564.98 points at the end of the week, down by 0.93% from the close of the week before. He pointed out that “the number of transactions executed during the last week amounted to one deal and the number of shares traded during (25,714,627,012) shares valued at (10,542,997,075) dinars, carried out on the shares of the Commercial Bank of Iraq. “The number of shares purchased by non-Iraqi investors last week (25) billion shares decreased by 74% compared to the week before, and the value of those shares amounted to (10) billion dinars low is The other 49% through the implementation of (38) shares on the shares of (9) companies. As for the number of shares sold by non-Iraqi investors last week, he pointed out that they amounted to (9) billion shares, up by 28%, measured by the week before, at a value of JD (4) billion through the implementation of (239) on the shares of (4) By 79%