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Egypt's bourse ends week in mixed note; EGX30 sheds 0.44%

Egypt's bourse ends week in mixed note; EGX30 sheds 0.44%

Arab Finance: Egyptian stock market ended the week on a mixed note with the blue chip index EGX30 which ebbed 0.44% to close at 11,297.93 points, the small- and medium-sized enterprises index EGX70 gained 0.14% to close at 449.36 points and the broader index EGX100 index edged down 0.15% to close at 1,060.51 points.

Trading volume reached 337.636 million shares, with a total value of LE1.401 billion, over 31,126 trades. Market capitalization was LE563.640 billion.

Today, the gainers reached 57 companies, while decliners were 93 companies, and unchanged were amounting to 30 companies.

Among the volume leaders were Orascom Telecom (OTMT) sank 3.75% to close at LE0.77 and 121 million shares in volume; Amer Group (AMER) closed flat at LE0.32 and 29.5 million shares in volume; Qalaa Holding (CCAP) ebbed 2.06% to close at LE0.95 and 21 million shares in volume; Porto Group (PORT) lost 3.33% to close at LE0.29 and 16.9 million shares in volume and Egyptian Resorts (EGTS) dipped 2.94% to close at LE0.99 and 14.7 million shares in volume.

Among the best three performers by price were Egyptian Modern Education Systems (MOED) jumped 27% to close at LE8.81; TransOceans Tours - (TRTO) soared 16.67% to close at $0.07 and Suez Cement (SUCE) rose 7.81% to close at LE15.18.

Moreover, the worst three performers by price were International Dry Ice Company- Difco 2 (DIFC) dipped 13% to close at LE2.47; Genial Tours company (GETO) lost 7% to close at LE2.89 and Wadi Kom Ombo Land Reclamation (WKOL) declined by 6.44% to close at LE5.67.

Egyptian investors formed 83.31% of today's action, while Arab investors made 5.23%, and foreign investors formed 11.46%.

Egyptian investors were net sellers by LE110.9 million, while foreign and Arab investors were net buyers by LE90.4 million and LE20.5 million respectively.

Individuals made 56.95% of trades, versus 43.04% by Institutions.


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