The Egyptian Stock Exchange continued its upward streak, recording weekly gains for the second week in a row, with a collective rise in all indices.
According to the weekly report of the Egyptian Stock Exchange, the market capitalization of the shares of listed companies increased by 1.1%, with the listed shares achieving weekly gains estimated at 8.1 billion pounds, after the market capitalization rose from the level of 730.1 billion pounds at the closing of transactions last week to about 738.2 billion pounds in the closing of transactions. Yesterday Thursday.
In terms of indicators, the main index “EGX30” rose by 1.15%, adding about 133 points, after it rose from the level of 11534 points at the end of trading last week to the level of 11667 points at the closing of trading yesterday, Thursday. The “EGX50” index rose by 1.64%, gaining about 33 points, after it rose from the level of 2007 points to about 2040 points.
The “EGX30” index, with a specific weight, rose by 1.82%, adding about 250 points, after it rose from the level of 13699 points at the closing of trading last week to the level of 13949 points at the end of trading on Thursday. The “EGX30” total return index rose by 1.18%, adding about 54 points, up from the level of 4553 points to about 4607 points.
The index of shares of medium and small companies, “EGX70” of equal weights, rose by 6%, adding about 124 points, after it rose from the level of 2007 points to about 2,131 points. The broader “EGX 100” index of equal weights rose by 1.44%, adding about 45 points, after it rose from the level of 3121 points to about 3166 points.
The “Tamayouz” index declined by 4.5%, losing about 189 points, after it fell from the level of 4173 points at the closing of last week’s trading to the level of 3984 points at the end of Thursday’s trading.
The stock market ended the transactions of the sessions of the end of this week, with a collective increase of indices driven by local and Arab purchases, and the market capital gain about 4.9 billion pounds, an increase of about 1.2%. The market capitalization of the main index rose from 399.5 billion pounds to 404.9 billion pounds, with a growth rate of 1.4 percent.
The capital of the small and medium shares index rose from 112.2 billion pounds to 113.4 billion pounds, with a growth rate of 1.1%. The capital of the broader index also rose from 511.7 billion pounds to 518.3 billion pounds, with a growth rate of 1.3 percent, and the market capital of the Nile Stock Exchange rose from 2.1 billion pounds to 2.2 billion pounds, with a growth rate of 1.6 percent.