21 January 2013

Egypt: ESE Loses LE1, 2 Billion

The Egyptian Stock Exchange (ESE) lost LE1,2 billion on Sunday's trading due to near anniversary cerebrations of the January 25 Revolution.

The main benchmark EGX30 index rose by 0,41 percent to stand at 5684 points, the broader EGX 70 index of the leading small and medium sized enterprises dropped by 2,21 per cent reaching 457 points, while the overall EGX 100 index was down by 1,13 per cent reaching 791 points.

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