Egyptian stock indexes recorded a slight decline by the end of Sunday's session. Observers attribute this to the financial positions of private investors and institutions one week before the end of the year.
The market capitalization lost about LE138 million to reach LE9.422 billion, amidst medium transactions worth LE500.3 million.
The main EGX30 declined by 0.17 percent to stop at 7,636.26 points, while the small and medium EGX70 fell by 0.16 percent to reach 534.31 points.
The broader EGX100 declined by 0.18 percent, stopping at 909.29 points.
Edited translation from MENA