Egypt: ESE Gains Le 18 Billion
26 June 2012
The Egyptian Stock Exchange (ESE) gained LE 18 billion on Monday 25/6/2012 trading session prompted by growing purchases by Egyptian inventors following the win of Dr. Mohamed Morsi of presidential elections.
The main benchmark EGX30 index was up by 7.59 percent to 4482.5 points.
The boarder EGX70 index of the leading smaller and mid cap enterprises (SME) went up by 6.34 to 404.8 points.
The all-embracing EGX100 index rose by 5 percent to close at 694.81 points.
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