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Egyptian stock exchange closed Tuesday for the new Islamic year

Ahram Online , Sunday 9 Sep 2018
Egyptian Exchange
Traders are seen working below the Egyptian Exchange bell at the stock exchange in Cairo (Photo: Reuters)
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There will be no trading on the Egyptian stock exchange on Tuesday, 11 September, due to the beginning of the new Islamic year 1440, according to a statement by the Egyptian Exchange (EGX).

Trading activity will return to Egypt's stock exchange on Wednesday, 12 September, the statement added.

The latest data on EGX today shows a decline in both EGX30 and EGX70 by -0.34% and -0.01% respectively, with a market capitalization of EGP 872.6 billion.  


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