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From the viewpoint of sharia (Islamic law), interest on bonds is regarded as usury. 5 More information on the Kuwaiti ®nancial crises, which is known as the Souq al-Manakh'' crisis, is found in Darwiche (1986). 6 In 1992, SAMA allowed the banks to manage open-ended mutual funds for public investors. However, the banks are still not allowed to invest directly or indirectly, through the mutual funds, in Saudi stocks. 7 More on the history of the SSM up to 1990 is found in Malaikah (1990), Wilson (1991), and Butler and Malaikah (1992). M.
Price builds back to the 1-2 trendline as a double bottom forms.