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Muscat Security Market symbols

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The Muscat Securities Market, also known as MSM, is the main stock exchange in Oman. It is located in Muscat, the capital and the largest city of Oman, and it was founded in 1988.
The MSM is open from Sunday to Thursday; it is therefore closed on Friday and Saturday. During the day, it is open from 8 A.M to 3 P.M.
This ticker symbols list contains 147 symbols including three sector symbols (Banks and investment, Industry and Services) and one stock index (MSM 30).

The MSM main stock index is the MSM-30. It is composed of companies from the following sectors: Banks & Investment Sector, Industry Sector, Services. In the current list, the MSM-30 index (Muscat Securities Market Index) has the following symbol: 9999.

You can download historical end-of-day (EOD) data for companies listed in the MSM, by using the following item: Oman stock market historical data
The Muscat Securities Market website is: http://www.msm.gov.om/

Sample of listed companies:
AACT - AL ANWAR CERAMIC
AAIT - AL ANWAR HOLDING
DICS - DHOFAR INSURANCE
GFIC - Global Investment
GICI - GULF INT. CHEMICALS
GISI - GULF INV. SER.
OEIO - OM. EMIRATES
OFCI - OMAN FISHERIES
OFMI - OMAN FLOUR MILLS

Other Mideast stock exchange ticker symbols list:
Saudi Stock Market
Dubai Financial Market ticker symbols
Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange


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