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Egypt’s stock exchange suffers heavy losses after controversial 529 death sentences

Egyptian stock indexes fell today after the 529 death sentences handed down by the Minya court in Egypt Monday. In less than an hour after the beginning of the trading session, the market capital of the stock exchange market lost EGP 600 million, ONA news agency reported.


The main stock index EGX30 fell by 0.69%/58 points, hitting 8,392.70 points.

The index of small and medium shares EGX70 recorded 0.11%, hitting 633.69 points, while the largest index EGX100 fell by 0.01%, hitting 1,106.41 points.

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