“Real estate” tops the most active sectors in the Egyptian Stock Exchange

“Real estate” tops the most active sectors in the Egyptian Stock Exchange
“Real estate” tops the most active sectors in the Egyptian Stock Exchange

The real estate sector topped the ranking of the sectors traded on the Egyptian Stock Exchange in terms of trading value during the sessions of the fourth week of this month of September.

According to the weekly report of the Egyptian Stock Exchange, the real estate sector recorded a trading volume of 502.3 million papers, worth 2.1 billion pounds. In second place came the non-banking financial services sector, with a trading volume of 282.3 million notes, with a value of 623.9 million pounds.

The food, beverages and tobacco sector ranked third, with a trading volume of 136.3 million notes, valued at 598.2 million pounds, followed by the basic resources sector, with a trading volume of 57.8 million notes, worth 574.2 million pounds, and the banking sector in fifth place, with a trading volume of 17.2 million papers, with a value of 17.2 million pounds. 399.8 million pounds.

In sixth place, the tourism and entertainment sector came in with a trading volume of 74.1 million executed papers, worth 380.3 million pounds, then the building materials sector in seventh place, with a trading volume of 74.3 million papers executed, worth 321 million pounds, followed by the communications, media and information technology sector in eighth place with a trading volume It reached 207.8 million executed papers, at a value of 315.8 million pounds.

The health care and pharmaceutical sector came in the ninth place with a trading volume of 132 million executed papers, at a value of 232 million pounds, then the services, industrial products and cars sector in the tenth place, with a trading volume of 64 million executed papers, at a value of 184.5 million pounds.

In terms of transactions, Egyptian investors’ transactions accounted for 88.6% of the total transactions on the listed shares during last week’s transactions, and foreign investors’ transactions accounted for 5.7%, and Arabs accounted for 5.6%, after excluding deals.

Foreign investors recorded a net purchase on the Egyptian Stock Exchange of 2.3 million pounds, and Arab investors recorded a net purchase of 146.4 million pounds, after excluding deals.

The transactions of Egyptian investors accounted for about 83.6% of the trading value of the listed shares since the beginning of the year after excluding deals, while foreigners recorded 9.6%, and Arabs scored 6.8%, and foreigners recorded a net sale on the Egyptian Stock Exchange since the beginning of the year with a value of 2.7 billion pounds, while Arabs continued to record a net A purchase of about 1.8 billion pounds, on listed shares, after excluding deals since the beginning of the year.

 
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