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The building materials sector on the Egyptian Stock Exchange rose only during the week



All the Egyptian stock market indices declined during the sessions of the week, with the exception of the building materials sector rising by 5.2%, and the list of declining sectors headed by textiles and durable goods by 7.5%, followed by the trade and distributors sector by 6.6%, followed by the health care and pharmaceutical sector by 6.4%, then The tourism and entertainment sectors, services, industrial products, and cars by 6.1% and 6%, respectively, and the real estate sector fell by 4.5%, then the transport and shipping services sector by 4.3%, then the non-banking financial services and energy and support services sectors by 3.4%, 3.3%, respectively. Straight.

 

The basic resources sector declined by 2.8%, followed by the banking sector by 2.5%, followed by the contracting and engineering sector by 2.2%, then the food, beverage, tobacco, paper and packaging materials sectors by 1.6%, then the communications, media and information technology sector by 1.1%, and finally The educational services sector, by 0.2%.

 

 

The main index of the Egyptian Stock Exchange, "EGX30", decreased by 2.47% to close at 10303.55 points, during the sessions of the previous week. The index of small and medium stocks "EGX 70 is equal weights" fell by 6.82% to close at the level of 1876.56 points, and the index scored " EGX 100 is equal weights, down by 5.71%, closing at 2794.05 points, and the EGX 30 index of determinant weights recorded a decline of 2.07%, closing at 12665.03 points, and the Nile Stock Exchange index fell by 4.32% to close at 1248.10 points.

 

The market capital of the Egyptian Stock Exchange fell by 10.2 billion pounds during the sessions of the week ended, to close at 642.4 billion pounds, a decrease of 1.6%, and the market capital of the main index fell from 360.5 billion pounds to 352.9 billion pounds, a decrease of 2.1%. Money for the index of small and medium shares, from 109.3 billion pounds to 104 billion pounds, a decrease of 4.9%.

 

The capital for the broader index also decreased from 469.8 billion pounds to 456.9 billion pounds, a decrease of 2.7%, and the market capital of the Nile Stock Exchange decreased from 1.2 billion pounds to 1.1 billion pounds, a decrease of 2%.

 

Regarding trading, the total value of trading on the Egyptian Stock Exchange decreased to 11.8 billion pounds during the week that ended, while the volume of circulation reached about 2.752 billion securities executed on 178 thousand transactions, compared to a total circulation value of 15.8 billion pounds, and the volume of circulation amounted to 2.799 billion papers executed on 185 thousand operations during the past week.

 

As for the Nile Stock Exchange, the total trading value amounted to about 15 million pounds, and the volume of trading reached 23.9 million securities executed on 1874 transactions during the week ending, and shares accounted for 55.34% of the total value of trading inside the booth, while the trading value of bonds represented about 44.66%, According to the weekly report of the Egyptian Stock Exchange.

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