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Egypt stocks start week in the red

Ahram Online, Sunday 26 Jun 2011
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Egyptian stocks have started the week in the red on Sunday, losing 0.75 per cent to reach 5,438.4 points.


Total market turnover was LE1.3 billion – the highest figure in months. Egyptians were responsible for the overwhelming majority -- 97.5 per cent -- of equities trade.


Shares in the Misr Cement Company and El-Ezz Dekhela Steel saw the heaviest activity.

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