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Liquidity at the Dubai Financial Market, the most open to global markets and investments, fell 72.6 percent in the first three quarters of 2017 compared to the same period last year, Kuwait's Al-Shall Consultants said.At the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, liquidity levels in the first nine months of the year dropped 71.1 percent, followed by the Qatar Bourse which fell 65.6 percent, Al-Shall said in a report.Liquidity at the Saudi Tadawul market, the largest capitalized Arab shares market, slumped by 63.4 percent, the Muscat market dropped by 61.9 percent and the Bahrain bourse lost 31 percent.
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