BUYAC

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BUYACBuying Activity
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Arif Habib Limited, in its report, stated after encountering a technical glitch at the start of trading, the index progressed well during the day, led by across-the-board buying activity in exploration and production, financial, cement and steel sectors.
There was a lot of buying activity in the UAE during the last quarter of 2017, shortly before the new tax took effect, and the consumption data during that period eventually eclipsed that of the last quarter of 2018.
Home buying activity in the UK increased by 7% in February, the Council of Mortgage Lenders said on Tuesday.
The total value of shares purchased by "GCC Investors" during this period amounted to SAR 2.40 billion representing (2.06 per cent) of total buying activity, and sales of SAR 1.99 billion representing (1.71 per cent) of total selling activity.
CAP experts researching the market daily have reported a slowdown in buying activity from many of the large used car retailers who are already fully stocked or exercising caution ahead of a 'normal' Easter break reduction in retail demand.
The real estate market has hibernated through the first two months of 2015, creating the potential for a second straight year of weak buying activity.
MULTAN -- Pakistan Cotton Ginners Association (PCGA) Chairman Hafeez Anwar has termed the intervention by Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) in the domestic market as positive development triggering hopes of more gains among farmers and ginners as the TCP moves to the next levels of its ongoing cotton buying activity aimed at procuring one million cotton bales.
Buying activity across Edinburgh rose from 13 to 30 per cent
Fortress Investments, a leading investment firm operating in the Middle East, anticipates strong buying activity in both the UAE's and Qatar's equity markets, with an estimated capital inflow of $3 billion into the region by June 2015.
Traders said pick-up in buying activity by stockists and retailers, driven by wedding season demand amid a firm global trend, helped gold prices to trade above the Rs 30,000 per 10 grams level.
Buying activity in the private residential market remained tepid in Q1, with only 906 private homes in the secondary market changing hands, according to DTZ.
But while buying activity is picking up in more regions, the anticipated spring bounce which usually happens around now and sees more people putting their homes up for sale, has "failed to materialise", Rics said.