Egypt’s benchmark index EGX30 closed the trading week in green, upping 0.13 percent to reach 6,637 points led by banking sector.
Out of 160 listed securities, 32 shares recorded gains, while 92 closed in red in a session that saw a daily turnover worth LE317.4 million.
The market’s listed bellwether Commercial International Bank (CIB) moved up 1.5 percent to end trading at LE35.73 per share, while Global Telecom Holding (GTH) soared 1.9 percent to be sold at LE2.08 per share.
Heavyweight real estate listed developer Talaat Moustafa Group (TMG) dipped 1.8 percent, registering LE6.25 per share, while Orascom Construction Limited upped 1.7 percent to be sold at LE58.44 per share.
Broader EGX70 went down 0.9 percent.