The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) on Sunday showed mixed levels of performance at the onset of the week amid purchases from Arab and foreign investors in return for selling from local investors, neglecting expectations of recession after the terror attacks in Sinai.
Market capital for company shares listed on the Egyptian bourse gained EGP 1.7bn reaching EGP497.7 bn, compared to EGP 496.04bn during the previous closing.
Indicators from the bourse’s weekly report showed that trading on the country’s EGX 30 main index increased 0.1% reaching 8806,17 points, while small and mid-sized shares on the EGX 70 decreased 0,54% closing at 589,29 points.
The EGX100, the Egyptian bourse's largest index, decreased 0.32% closing at 1073,85 points.
The bourse administration mourned Sinai terror attacks and offered condolences to the Armed Forces and the martyrs families.
The bourse observed a minute of silence before the opening of trading on Sunday to mourn Sinai martyrs.