Egyptian stocks have clawed back some of their losses, the benchmark EGX30 finishing the week's final trading session up 1.69 per cent at 3,776.7 points.
Total market turnover was LE160.6 million.
The crackdown on protesters by security forces in central Cairo that began on Saturday caused the market lose upwards of 2.5 per cent for three days, prompting
freezes on dozens of stocks and leading to an hour-long stoppage of trade on Tuesday.
A detailed market report will follow shortly