The securities exchange in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of the developing markets. It should be created to work proficiently and successfully in a focused securities exchange condition. The present examination speaks to an endeavor to research the principle factors deciding stock costs in the UAE financial exchanges. The information of our examination covers the period from 1990 to 2005. The example comprises of 17 organizations dependent on the accessibility of the information for that period.
The relapse model was run for the UAE money related markets test with five autonomous factors in the wake of dropping oil cost and profit per share as a result of multicollinearity issues. The discoveries of this investigation are steady with most past examinations. Results show a solid and positive effect of EPS (income per share) on the UAE stock costs. The assessed coefficients of cash supply and GDP were, true to form, positive however factually unimportant. Also, the evaluated coefficients of the buyer value list and financing cost were true to form, negative and measurably huge at the 1% level on account of the shopper value file, yet factually immaterial on account of the loan fee.