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The Egyptian Stock Exchange indices decline in the middle of trading due to foreign sales pressures

The Egyptian Stock Exchange indices fell, in the middle of Monday's trading session, with the exception of a marginal rise in the index of small and medium-sized companies, under pressure from foreign dealers' sales, while Egyptians and Arabs tended to buy.


The "EGX30" index declined by 0.29% to reach the level of 10275 points, and the "EGX50" index fell by 0.29% to reach the level of 2186 points, and the "EGX30" index of specific weights decreased by 0.15% to reach the level of 12876 points, The "EGX30" total return index decreased by 0.32% to reach the level of 4004 points.


While the index of medium and small companies "EGX70 of equal weights" rose by 0.09% to reach the level of 2336 points, and the "EGX100 index of equal weights" decreased by 0.1% to reach the level of 3299 points, while the Excellence Index increased by 0.73% to reach the level of 3,299 points. Level 2225 points.


In a related context, the Egyptian Stock Exchange announced the suspension of trading on 20 shares for a period of 10 minutes, for exceeding the 5%, up or down, during today's trading session, and they are; Mansoura Poultry, Egyptian Building Industry Development (Lift Slab Egypt), General for Land Reclamation, Development and Reconstruction, Ismailia National Food Industries (Fodeco), Zahraa El Maadi for Investment and Development, Ajwaa for Food Industries - Egypt, Porto Holding Group - Porto Group, Egypt Beni Suef Cement, Islamic Gharbia for Urban Development, Fertilizer Misr (Egyvert), Recap for Financial Investments, Sharm Dreams for Tourism Investment, Al Shams for Housing and Development, Egyptian for Building Industry Development (Lift Slab Egypt), Wadi Kom Ombo for Land Reclamation, Ezz Steel, Arab Multaqa for Investments, Arab Ceramics- Ceramica Remas, Mina for tourism and real estate investment, Sinai Cement.


In the same context, the transactions of the insiders, the main shareholders and the groups associated with them varied during a trading session yesterday, Sunday, as the board of directors of Alexandria Mineral Oils Companies - AMOC, Gulf Canadian Arab Real Estate Investment, B Investments Holding, Grand Investment Holding for Financial Investments, Pioneers Tourism - Pioneers, Fawry For banking technology and electronic payments, Arab Rocks for Plastic Industries 2.1 million shares, 43,680 shares, 15 thousand shares, 82 thousand shares, 200 thousand shares, 70 thousand shares, 20946 shares, respectively, and a major shareholder sold to Delta for Construction and Development, Port Said for Agricultural Development and Contracting 14,480 shares, 5950 shares, respectively, and a group linked to the two Naeem Holding Investments, Rowad Tourism - Pioneers sold 140 thousand shares, 200 thousand shares, respectively.


While the Board of Directors of Delta Construction and Development Companies, Al Mohandes Insurance, and Naeem Holding for Investments, bought 10,100 shares, 3,000 shares, and 10,000 shares, respectively, and a major shareholder in Nozha International Hospital Company bought 24,274 shares.


Meanwhile, Al Shams Housing and Development Company announced the transfer of ownership of 2.5 million shares from the Experience House Holding Company to the Experience House for Financial Leasing Company - Technoloys, reducing the share of the first from 5.288% to 3.745%, and increasing the ownership of the second from 0.055% to 1.598%, with a share of a related group The Experience House for Economic Investment Company Techno Investments by 0.091%, Khaled Abdullah by 0.061%.


In a separate context, the Egyptian-Kuwaiti Holding Company said that the board of directors is meeting today, Monday, to consider the resignation submitted by Al-Khair National Company for Stocks and Real Estate from the membership of the company's board of directors.