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CAIRO SE EGX30 (EGX30)

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9,258.18 +37.99    (+0.41%)
20/11 - Closed. Currency in EGP ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Egypt
# Components: 30

  • Volume: 148,188,815
  • Open: 9,229.83
  • Day's Range: 9,229.83 - 9,285.24
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EGX30 Overview

Prev. Close9,258.18
Volume148,188,815
Day's Range9,229.83 - 9,285.24
Open9,229.83
Average Volume (3m)123,992,535
52 wk Range6162.97 - 9831.18
1-Year Return42.49%

CAIRO SE EGX30 News & Analysis

Most Active Stocks

 NameLastPrev.HighLowChg. %Vol.Time
Orascom Telecom Media&Tech1.281.281.321.28+0.79%91.75M20/11 
Amer Group Holding1.271.271.281.25+1.60%27.77M20/11 
Palm Hills Develop4.304.304.394.27+0.94%7.01M20/11 
OT Holding4.194.194.234.18+0.24%3.63M20/11 
T M G Holding10.0610.0610.4210.06-1.28%3.21M20/11 
Arab Cotton Ginning4.214.214.354.20-2.32%2.37M20/11 
Upper Egypt Contracting2.262.262.312.24-2.16%2.14M20/11 
Prime Holding5.705.705.845.59-0.70%2.00M20/11 
Electro Cable1.331.331.351.32-0.75%1.71M20/11 
ALICO1.151.151.181.14-0.87%1.05M20/11 

Top Gainers

NameLastChg.Chg. %
ELSWEDY ELECTRIC48.00+1.92+4.17%
Eastern Tobacco177.00+5.47+3.19%
South Valley Cement.7.70+0.20+2.67%
Amer Group Holding1.27+0.02+1.60%
Egyptian Kuwaiti Hl.0.83+0.01+1.20%

Top Losers

NameLastChg.Chg. %
El Wadi Co.18.61-0.55-2.87%
Egyptians Abroad6.06-0.15-2.42%
Arab Cotton Ginning.4.21-0.10-2.32%
Upper Egypt Contrac.2.26-0.05-2.16%
Pioneers Holding12.11-0.18-1.46%

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Latest CAIRO SE EGX30 Comments

Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy
Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy Jun 17, 2013 10:19AM GMT
Investors are somehow reluctant to trade and are waiting to see what will happen on the June 30th demonstrations aiming at removing president Morsi from office. I expect the normal street clashed between demonstrators and police and off it will go as all previous events.

Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy
Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy Jan 13, 2013 11:45PM GMT
In anticipation of the 2nd anniversary of the January 25th revolution, riots and potential for clashes, investors are waiting and watching the 25th and 26th of Jan. either as 2 peaceful days, or two days that will take Egypt stability back to the Tahrir square. I believe it will pass by without a harm to the economy, because Egyptians realized the effect of their doings on their economy.
Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy
Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy Jan 14, 2013 11:20AM GMT
Add to the above that Egypt is at the doorsteps of parliamentary elections; majority of the opposition parties are focusing now on their election campaign so that the Muslim Brothers can't control the majority in the upcoming parliament.
Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy
Mohammad Fakhry Elsaidy Jan 27, 2013 09:54AM GMT
The anniversary went off peacefully except for minor clashes, but what took the market down today Jan 27th is the court ruling on the Port Said case sending 21 of the accused to death by hanging, and the reaction of the people of Port Said protesting against such court decision.
 
 
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