6 June 2014

Egypt: Egx Gains Egp 16.1 Billion, Main Index Up By 4.7 Percent

The Egyptian Stock Exchange (EGX) achieved gains worth EGP 16.1 billion at closing on Thursday, backed by intensive purchases by investors and foreign funds.

Market capitalization recorded EGP 486.5 billion.

The bourse main index EGX 30 jumped by 4.7%, recording 8,498.65 points.

Also, EGX 70 index recorded an increase of 3.77% making 599.24 points, while EGX 100 rose by 3.8% to reach 1,047.93 points.


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