Egypt’s stocks market ended the closing trading session on a collective decline on Sunday, led by selling by Arab and foreign investors on major stocks and leadership, which reflected on the performance of the market and volumes.
The market capitalization of listed companies lost LE 2.4 billion to close at LE 786.1 billion after a total turnover of LE 808 million.
The main index of the market EGX-30 fell by 0.55% to close at 14270.55 points.
The index of small and medium shares EGX-70 lost about 1% of its value to record 777.78 points.
The declines extended to the broader EGX-100 index, losing 0.81% of its value, ending the week’s trading at 1759.21 points.