17 February 2013

Egypt: FSA Reveals Stock Indexes Fell 15 Percent in Three Months

A report of the Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) on the performance of the stock market during the period from October to December 2012 uncovered lower stock indexes between 6% to 15% with index EGX 30 falling down by 6% while index EGX 70 went down by 15% and EGX 100 declined by 14%.

Egyptian investors accounted for 80% of the total market transactions and the Arabs 6% and foreigners 14%

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