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EGX indices end in mixed note

EGX indices end in mixed note

ArabFinance: Egyptian Stock Exchange (EGX) end Wednesday’s session in a mixed note.

The benchmark index EGX30 decreased 0.49% and closed at 14,357 points, while the small and medium-sized enterprises index EGX70 inched up 0.40% to close at 553 points and the broader index EGX100 went up 0.08% to close at 1,444 points.

Trading volume reached 296 million shares, with a total value of EGP 3.3 billion over 25,731 trades. Market capitalization amounted to EGP 760.37 billion.

Today, the gainers reached 58 companies of the total listed stocks (173), while decliners were 74 companies, and unchanged were amounting to 41 companies.

Egyptian investors made 47.41% of today's action, while Arab investors recorded 1.73% and foreign investors made 50.86%.

Arab investors were net sellers by EGP 22 million, while Egyptian and Foreign investors were net buyers by EGP 109 million and EGP 1 million, respectively.

Individuals made 17.09% of trades, versus 82.90% by Institutions.

You can see the best & the worst performers by price, here.

Moreover, the volume leaders were led by Orascom Investment Holding (OIH), which increased 1.85% to close at EGP 0.723, with 113 million shares in volume.

Qalaa Holdings (CCAP) came second, rising 2.2% to close at EGP 2.76, with 21 million shares in volume.

This was followed by Porto Group (PORT)  that went down 1.2% and closed at EGP 0.81, with 14 million shares in volume.

Palm Hills Developments S.A.E. (PHDC) came next and inched down 1.2% to close at EGP 2.42 with 11 million, followed by Emaar Misr for Development (EMFD) that edged down 4.19% to close at EGP 3.15, with 10 million shares in volume.

Below is the market summary of all the stocks today:

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Unchanged Turnover


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