Shares in Dubai’s Union Properties hit their highest level in more than three years on Sunday after trading in the stock resumed following a brief suspension.
Trading was halted because the developer had failed to disclose the results of a board meeting held on September 12, the bourse said. It resumed after the company released a short statement which said the meeting was held to discuss the minutes of a previous meeting and “the regular activities of the company.” It did not elaborate.
Union Properties’ shares are among the most liquid on Dubai’s bourse and were up 6.7 percent at 6:47 GMT, hitting their highest level since January 2010. The stock is up 82 percent this year, but remains 86 percent below a 2008 peak.