Cairo – Mubasher: The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) ended Thursday in the red zone, following a collective decline of its indices.
The benchmark EGX30 declined by 1.80% to close Thursday at 9,439.85 points, while the EGX70 and EGX100 indices retreated by 1.21% and 1.21% to 1,778.8 points and 2,629.46 points, respectively.
Meanwhile, the EGX50 lost 1.06% to 1,695.45 points.
The turnover amounted to EGP 2.52 billion after 236.91 million shares had been exchanged through 22,345 transactions.
The market cap value reached EGP 635.31 billion.
As for trading on securities, Egyptian and foreign investors were net buyers with EGP 180.79 million and EGP 263.26 million, respectively, while Arab traders were net sellers with EGP 263.26 million.