The Associated Press
Egypt's Islamist candidate disses old regime
The Associated Press
By HAMZA HENDAWI, AP – 1 minute ago CAIRO (AP) — The Muslim Brotherhood's candidate for the Egyptian presidential runoff promised Tuesday he would break sharply with the ways of ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak, a day after angry protesters burned down ...
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Egypt Reserve-Ratio Cut Not Enough to Satisfy Needs: Arab Credit
By Ahmed A. Namatalla and Mariam Fam on May 29, 2012 Egypt's move to cut banks' reserve requirements is unlikely to be enough to meet the nation's local-currency needs as a divisive presidential vote deters foreign investors, HSBC Holdings Plc and BNP ...
ETF Daily News
Egypt ETF Not Liking Election Results
That's not the case as investors in the Market Vectors Egypt ETF (NAR:EGPT) well know. The lone Egypt-specific ETF, which had almost $44 million in assets under management at the start of trading Tuesday, is down more than 4% on light volume early in ...
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Globe and Mail
Egypt's revolutionaries see reversal in presidential vote
The Citizen Daily
Egypt's revolutionaries did not take to the streets to replace Hosni Mubarak with another military strongman or to put an Islamist ideologue in charge, but that is the choice they woke up to after a first-round vote for the presidency.
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Globe and Mail
Egypt's OCI says to get $605 mln from Gavilon sale
CAIRO May 29 (Reuters) - Egypt's Orascom Construction Industries (OCI) said on Tuesday it would earn $605 million from the sale of its 16.8 pct stake in US grains merchant Gavilon to Japanese trading house Marubeni. The deal is part of a $3.6 billion ...
Egypt's OCI Almost Doubles Investment On Gavilon Stake Sale
Egypt's OCI says to sell Gavilon stake for $605 million
Egypt's OCI Says Fertiliser Unit Sells Gavilon Group Stake For About $604.8 ...
Hurriyet Daily News (press release)
Egypt-mediated Palestinian reconciliation deal draws mixed reaction
Senior Fatah and Hamas officials agreed in the Egyptian-brokered deal, signed in Cairo on May 20, that the Palestinian electoral commission would start work in Gaza on May 27 and that consultations on a new interim “government of independents” would ...
Palestinian Airlines resumes flights after 7 years
Palestine Today 05 29 2012
Palestine Airlines back to skies with statehood goal
Egypt's New President Must Hit the Ground Running or Face Tahrir
Egypt's new president will have to deliver -- and fast -- on a number of pressing economic issues. For one, he faces the mammoth task of creating jobs for the 3.38 million unemployed, 77 percent of whom are between the ages of 15 and 29, according to ...
Egyptian Stocks: Commercial International Bank, NSGB, Sewedy
By Ahmed A. Namatalla on May 29, 2012 Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) decreased 2 percent to 4644.45 at 12:18 pm in Cairo, the lowest intraday level since April 11. The measure's 6.6 percent drop over the last three days is the biggest since a ...
Fire at Egypt Candidate's HQ Was 'Political Attack,' Aide Says
A fire at the campaign headquarters of Egyptian presidential contender Ahmed Shafik was a “political attack,” the candidate's legal adviser said, as youth groups called for protests to force him out of the race. The blaze erupted hours after election ...
Egypt's pro-democracy activists fear run-off vote