Egyptian stock exchange indices mixed Thursday, last session in Ramadan, amid buying by institutions and funds
Local and Arab investment and sales operations by foreign investors.
The benchmark EGX30 index, which includes the top 30 listed companies, rose 0.26 percent to record 1,620.93 points.
The EGX-50 index lost 0.08% to 2,711.28 points. The EGX-20 index lost 0.34% to record 16,172.98 points.
The EGX70 index of small and medium-sized shares fell 0.26% to 800.82 points, and the broader EGX100 index shed 0.25% to record 2,043.53 points.
The market value of shares of listed companies increased by 600 million pounds compared to yesterday’s close, ending the trading at 907.9 billion pounds in the total transactions amounted to about 2.4 billion pounds, including transfers of ownership worth 1.3 billion pounds.