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The rise of 9 sectors on the Egyptian Stock Exchange, led by tourism, by 3.72%

The performance of the Egyptian Stock Exchange sectors varied, during today’s trading session, as 9 sectors rose, led by tourism and entertainment by 3.72%, followed by the banking sector by 0.96%, followed by the services, industrial products and cars sector by 0.82%, then the real estate sector by 0.59%, and it rose The communications, media and information technology sector increased by 0.46%, then the trade and distributors sectors, paper and packaging materials by 0.43%, then the food, beverages and tobacco sector by 0.39%, and finally the textiles and durable goods sector by 0.01%.


While 8 sectors declined, led by transport and shipping services by 1.13%, followed by the building materials sector by 0.82%, followed by the energy and support services sector by 0.77%, then the contracting and engineering construction sector by 0.59%, then the basic resources sector by 0.48%, and the care sector fell. The health and pharmaceutical sector increased by 0.3%, then the educational services sector by 0.24%, and finally the non-banking financial services sector by 0.08%.


The Egyptian Stock Exchange indices varied, at the end of Monday’s trading session, as the main index rose, while the EGX70 and EGX100 indices declined, with local sales pressures, amid high trading volumes, and the market capital gain 775 million pounds to close at 720.535 billion pounds.


The volume of trading on shares reached 533.9 million securities, with a value of 2 billion pounds, through the implementation of 56.8 thousand transactions for 197 companies. Institutions accounted for 18.21% of the transactions on the stock exchange, and the rest of the transactions belonged to individuals with a rate of 81.78%.


The net transactions of Egyptian, Arab and foreign individuals and Egyptian institutions for sale tended to be worth 8.7 million pounds, 10.2 million pounds, 5.6 million pounds, and 35.3 million pounds, respectively, while the net transactions of Arab and foreign institutions for purchase tended to be worth 14.1 million pounds and 25.7 million pounds, respectively.


The "EGX30" index rose by 0.15%, to close at the level of 11046 points, the "EGX50" index rose by 0.27% to close at the level of 2405 points, and the "EGX30" weighted index jumped by 0.03% to close at the level of 13358 points. The "EGX30" total return index declined by 0.27% to close at 4281 points.


While the index of small and medium-sized companies "EGX 70 of equal weights" decreased by 0.08% to close at the level of 2885 points, and the "EGX 100 index of equal weights" decreased by 0.06% to close at the level of 3863 points, and the index of excellence increased by 0.74% to close at the level of 3549 points, and the bond index jumped by 0.02% to close at 1082 points.


The shares of 80 companies listed on the stock exchange rose at the close of trading, the shares of 87 companies fell, and the levels of 30 companies did not change.