Egypt’s market loses LE3.2 billion on Sunday, EGX30 falls 1.1%

Egypt's stock market extended its losses for the seventh session in a row, as the benchmark EGX30 index declined by 1.07 percent on Sunday, recording 8,534.13 points and a turnover of LE 357.71 million, the Egyptian Exchange data showed.
Meanwhile, the small and mid-cap EGX70 index and the broader EGX100 index declined by 0.38 percent and 0.57 percent, respectively.
Local and Arab institutions were net buyers, recording net flows of LE1.4 million and LE70,000, respectively, while foreign institutions were net sellers, recording net flows of LE2.2 million.
The EGX market capital lost LE3.18 billion (US$418 million), hitting LE486.21 billion, compared to LE489.39 billion on Thursday.

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