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The "packaging and packaging" declining sectors were topped in the Egyptian Stock Exchange in Tuesday's session


The performance of the indexes of the Egyptian Stock Exchange sectors declined during today's session, Tuesday, mid-week sessions, on top of which are paper and packaging materials by 4.16%, followed by the communications, media and information technology sector by 2.77%, followed by the real estate sector by 2.76%, then the textile and durable goods sector by 4.16%. 2.72%, then the health care and pharmaceutical sector by 2.44%, the services sector, industrial products and cars by 2.34%, then the non-banking financial services sector by 2.3%, then the basic resources sector by 2.17%, then the food, beverage and tobacco sector by 2.1%.

 

The energy and support services sector declined by 1.78%, followed by the contracting and engineering construction sector by 1.53%, followed by the building materials sector by 1.27%, the banking sector by 0.99%, then the transport and shipping services sector by 0.73%, and the educational services sector fell by 0.63%. , The tourism and entertainment sector decreased by 0.57%, and finally the trade and distributors sector by 0.37%.

 

The main index of the Egyptian Stock Exchange ended Tuesday's trading, down by 2.13% after having witnessed a rise of 9.79 since the session of April 22nd, in addition to recording a rise of about 7 sessions during the last 10 sessions, under the pressure of sales of Arab and foreign institutions, amid high trading volumes. , And the market capital lost 11.4 billion pounds, to close at 658.630 billion pounds.

 

Trading volume on shares reached 526.9 million securities worth 1.2 billion pounds, through the implementation of 50.5 thousand transactions for 193 companies, and Egyptian transactions recorded 75.08% of total transactions, while foreigners accounted for 16.67%, and Arabs 8.25% during today's trading session. Institutions received 28.65% of the transactions on the stock exchange, and the rest of the transactions were for individuals, at 71.34%.

  

The net transactions of Arab and foreign institutions tended for sale at a value of EGP 35.9 million and EGP 123.4 million, respectively, while the net transactions of Egyptian, Arab and foreign individuals and Egyptian institutions tended to buy at a value of 93.4 million pounds, 18.2 million pounds, 4.1 million pounds, 43.6 million pounds, respectively.

 

The EGX 30 index declined by 2.13%, to close at 10531 points, and the EGX 50 index fell by 2.21% to close at 2122 points, and the EGX 30 index of specific weights decreased by 2.26% to close at 12879 points. And the EGX 30 overall return index fell by 1.49% to close at 4098 points.

 

The index of small and medium-sized companies "EGX 70 is equal weights" decreased by 2.22% to close at 2166 points, and the index of "EGX 100 is equal weights" fell by 2.22% to close at 3090 points, and the Nile Stock Exchange index fell by 1.90% to close at 1234 points level.

 

Shares of 18 companies listed on the stock exchange rose at the end of trading, shares of 140 companies declined, and the levels of 35 companies did not change.

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