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89 million pounds, net purchases of Arabs and foreigners on the Egyptian Stock Exchange in 5 sessions

 Egyptians’ transactions recorded 87.7% of the total transactions on shares listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange, during the last week’s sessions, the third week in August. Foreigners accounted for 6.3%, and Arabs accounted for 6%, after excluding deals, according to the stock exchange’s weekly report. Egyptians, foreigners recorded a net purchase on the Egyptian Stock Exchange worth 63.3 million pounds, while Arabs recorded a net purchase of 25.8 million pounds, after excluding deals.

  



Egyptians’ transactions represented 83.1% of the trading value of listed shares since the beginning of the year after excluding deals, while foreigners recorded 9.9%, Arabs scored 6.9%, and foreigners recorded a net sale on the Egyptian Stock Exchange since the beginning of the year at a value of 2.5 billion pounds, while Arabs continued to record a net purchase of about 1.2 EGP 1 billion, on listed shares, after excluding deals since the beginning of the year.

 

The main index of the Egyptian Stock Exchange, "EGX30", declined by 0.7% to close at 10808.7 points, during the sessions of the last week, while the index of small and medium-sized stocks "EGX70 of equal weights" rose by 1.29% to close at the level of 2,908.04 points, and scored The "EGX 100 of equal weights" index rose by 0.62% to close at the level of 3870.19 points, and the "EGX 30 index of equal weights" recorded a decline of 1.12% to close at the level of 13099.19 points, and the Excellence index rose by 2.99% to close at 3630.26 points.

 

The market capitalization of the Egyptian Stock Exchange fell by about 500 million pounds during the sessions of the last week, the third week in August, to close at the level of 715.2 billion pounds, a decrease of 0.1%, and the market capitalization of the main index decreased from 380.2 billion pounds to 376.2 billion pounds, with a rate of A decrease of 1%, while the capital of the small and medium-sized stocks index rose from 136.5 billion pounds to 138.3 billion pounds, with a growth rate of 1.3%.

 


While the capital of the broader index fell from 516.7 billion pounds to 514.5 billion pounds, a decrease of 0.4%, and the market capital of the Nile Stock Exchange increased from 1.5 billion pounds to 1.6 billion pounds, a growth rate of 0.3%.

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