The main stock index closed 0.65% higher, supported by Arab purchases

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The main index of the Egyptian Stock Exchange EGX30 closed with an increase of 0.65% at the end of today’s session, stable at the level of 10783.9 points, and the EGX70 EWI index decreased by 0.14% to settle at the level of 2679.98 points.

The EGX50 index of equal weights recorded an increase of 0.35%, stable at 2296.11 points, the “EGX30 capped” index rose 0.64%, stable at 13,114.3 points, and the broader EWI EGX100 index declined by 0.02%, stable at 3630.6 points.

The market recorded trading values ​​of 811 million pounds, through the circulation of 306.2 million shares, with the implementation of 35.59 thousand buying and selling operations, after the shares of 199 restricted companies were traded, 69 of which rose, and the prices of 64 securities declined, while the prices of 66 shares did not change. Others, to settle the market capitalization of the listed shares at the level of 707.22 billion pounds.

Net transactions of Arabs alone tended to buy at a value of 852.3 million pounds, with a 32.12% acquisition rate of buying and selling shares, while the net transactions of Egyptians and foreigners tended to sell, recording 808.19 million pounds and 44.1 million pounds, respectively, with an acquisition rate of 63.35%. and 4.52% of the transactions.

Individuals carried out 37.2% of the transactions, heading towards selling, with the exception of Arab individuals, who recorded a net purchase of 61.9 million pounds, while Egyptian and foreign individuals recorded a net sale of 65.2 million pounds and 681.2 thousand pounds, respectively.

While institutions captured 62.8% of the trading, heading towards selling, with the exception of Arab institutions, which recorded a net purchase of 790.4 million pounds, while Egyptian and foreign institutions recorded a net purchase of 743 million pounds and 43.4 million pounds, respectively.

The article The main stock index closed at a gain of 0.65%, supported by Arab purchases, which was written in Al Borsa newspaper.