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EGX

Net Arab investments in Egypt bourse hit 140 million pounds in a week


Published 2017-08-19 12:37:39| Amwal Al Ghad English

Egypt attracted around 140 million Egyptian pounds ($7.8 million) worth of net Arab investments in the country’s stock market over the past week. Arab investors were net buyers capturing 8.83 percent of the total market in a week. Meanwhile, non-Arab foreign investors were net sellers controlling 19.03 percent of the total markets, with a net weekly equity of 106.31 million pounds excluding the deals.
Arab
Gulf stock markets may stay sluggish during Tuesday’s trade in the absence of fresh news or positive cues from global markets, while Egypt's bourse may outperform for a third day, buoyed by news of Saudi Arabian investment plans. Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal will invest about $800 million to expand the Four Seasons resort in Sharm el-Sheikh, in partnership with Talaat Moustafa, Egypt's Investment Minister Sahar Nasr said on Monday. The news could buoy one of the Egyptian market's most active stocks. The global environment is neutral, however, with Asian equities and oil prices little changed. Moody's Investors Service changed the outlook on Qatar's banking system to negative from stable, citing weakening operating conditions and continued funding pressures, but this came as no surprise given Qatar's diplomatic crisis, and Moody's noted that Qatari banks' capitalisation would remain strong. In Saudi Arabia, Al Tayyar reported that second-quarter net profit fell to 212 million riyals ($56.5 million)from 297 million riyals a year ago, missing forecasts of 229 million riyals and 237.5 million riyals by NCB Capital and Aljazira Capital. Najran Cement also reported weak earnings, losing 4.2 million riyals versus a year-earlier profit of 33.9 million riyals. In Dubai, however, budget carrier Air Arabia reported a 19.2 percent rise in second-quarter net profit to 150.7 million dirhams ($41.03 million), beating estimates by EFG Hermes and SICO Bahrain, which had forecast 95.9 million dirhams and 96.3 million dirhams.
World
Asian markets were pressured in Friday trade after investors on Wall Street sold off on growing uncertainty over the Trump administration's ability to follow through on its economic policies. Risk off trade from the U.S. session followed through into the Asian trading day: Japan's Nikkei 225 touched its lowest levels in three months, with the strength in the yen also weighing on shares. The benchmark index fell 1.18 percent, or 232.22 points, to end at 19,470.41. Across the Korean strait, the Kospi declined 0.14 percent, or 3.30 points, to end at 2358.37, off earlier lows. Meanwhile, Australia's S&P/ASX 200 shed 0.56 percetn, or 32.107 points, to 5747.10, driven by broad-based losses across most sub-indexes. The heavily-weighted financials sub-index lost 1.09 percent. Markets in greater China were in similar shape. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index shed 0.91 percent by 3:31 p.m. HK/SIN. On the mainland, the Shanghai Composite bucked the regional trend, finishing 0.81 point above the flatline at 3269.24.