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The rise of 15 sectors in the Egyptian Stock Exchange during the week ending on the top of them "Trade and Distributors"


All the indexes of the Egyptian stock market sectors increased during the sessions of the week ending, with the exception of the food, beverage, tobacco and real estate sectors by 0.4% and 0.7%, respectively, while the higher sectors led trade and distributors by 5.1%, followed by the contracting and engineering construction sector by 4.6%, followed by the textiles sector. And durable goods by 4.4%, then the transport and freight services sector by 4.1%, then the paper and packaging materials sector by 2.4%, the tourism and entertainment sector by 2.1%, then the communications, media and information technology sector by 2%, then the building materials and basic resources sectors by 2%. 1.7%.

 

The energy and support services sector also increased by 1.5%, followed by the banking sector by 1.3%, followed by the educational services, services, industrial products and automotive sectors by 0.7%, and then the non-banking financial services, health care and pharmaceutical sectors by 0.2%.

 

 

The main index of the Egyptian Stock Exchange "EGX30" rose by 1.08%, to close at 10588.09 points, during the sessions of the previous week. The index of small and medium stocks "EGX 70 is equal weights" rose by 3.49% to close at 2130.91 points. "EGX 100 is equal weights" up by 2.57%, closing at 3050.59 points, and the EGX 30 index of determinant weights increased by 0.75%, closing at 12800.29 points, while the Nile Stock Exchange index fell by 2.35% to close at 1239.63. Point.

 

 

The market capital of the Egyptian Stock Exchange rose by 8.2 billion pounds during the sessions of the week ended, to close at 658.9 billion pounds, with a growth rate of 1.3%, and the market capital of the main index jumped from 338.8 billion pounds to 342.4 billion pounds, a growth rate of 1%, and the head Money for the index of small and medium shares from 107.9 billion pounds to 109.3 billion pounds, a growth rate of 1.4%.

 

The capital of the broader index also increased from 446.7 billion pounds to 451.7 billion pounds, a growth rate of 1.1%, while the market capital of the Nile Stock Exchange decreased from 1.01 billion pounds to 1.1 billion pounds, a decrease of 0.4%.

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