“The Thirty” continues to rise alone by the conclusion, and “Al-Souqi” loses 1.34 billion pounds

“The Thirty” continues to rise alone by the conclusion, and “Al-Souqi” loses 1.34 billion pounds
“The Thirty” continues to rise alone by the conclusion, and “Al-Souqi” loses 1.34 billion pounds

Cairo – Mubasher: The performance of the Egyptian Stock Exchange’s indices varied at the end of today’s session, to continue its rise in the 30s alone, amid foreign sales and local and Arab purchases.

At the conclusion of today’s session, the main index of the Egyptian Stock Exchange EGX30 rose 0.96 percent (the highest level of 11350 points) at 11364 points.

While the index of medium and small companies EGX70 EWI fell by 0.54 percent, to end the session at 2249 points.

The new EGX 100 equal weights decreased by 0.49% at the level of 3230 points.

The EGX50 isometric index fell 0.02 percent, to close at 2079 points.

The market capital fell during today’s session by 1.34 billion pounds, to close at 739.976 billion pounds.

Foreigners’ transactions tended to sell with a net of 14.67 million pounds, while Egyptians and Arabs tended to buy with a net of 1.69 million pounds and 12.97 million pounds, respectively.

During today’s trading, the value of trading on listed shares amounted to 1.21 billion pounds, through 532.8 million shares, through 42.44 thousand transactions.

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