Egyptian stocks have closed Sunday firmly in the red in an apparent sign of deep unease over the weekend's presidential election results.
The benchmark EGX30 plunged 3.49 per cent to finish the session at 4,798 points.
The broader EGX70 tumbled 3.49 per cent.
Unofficial voting tallies on Friday revealed the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi is likely to face former Mubarak prime minister Ahmed Shafiq in a mid-June runoff for the presidency -- a showdown described by some as a "nightmare scenario."
Market turnover was just over LE230 million ($38.09m), with sell-offs focused on EFG-Hermes, CIB and OTMT.