Egypt's EFG Hermes Co-CEOs Face Trial On Insider Trading Charges
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO (Zawya Dow Jones)--The chief executives of Egypt's biggest investment bank along with the sons of former President Hosni Mubarak and five others have been charged for alleged insider trading on the country's stock market.
Egypt prosecutor charges Mubarak's sons with insider trading
In Egypt, Security Agencies Still Major Barriers to Change
Mubarak's sons to be tried for insider trading
Egypt Likely to Reject Sharia Law
By Tawfik Hamid The results of the Egyptian presidential elections indicate that the final run-off elections will most likely be between Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and Ahmed Shafiq, who represents the old guard of the Mubarak regime.
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Voice of America
Pressing Issue for Egypt's Next President
Voice of America
Bedouins attend a gathering during Egyptian presidential candidate and former Arab League secretary general Amr Moussa's visit to South Sinai as part of his presidential campaign tour, February 23, 2012. As Egypt holds its first free presidential ...
Shuffling Through an Underground Artery to Gaza
Egypt's Sewedy Q1 net profit drops 43.8 pct
(Adds analyst, company comment) CAIRO May 30 (Reuters) - Egypt's El Sewedy Electric , the Arab world's biggest listed cable maker, on Wednesday reported a 44-percent drop in its 2012 first quarter consolidated net profit which it blamed on political ...
Political turmoil drops Egypt's Sewedy Q1 net profit to 43.8%
Egypt's Sewedy first quarter net profit drops 43.8 percent
Egypt starts at military stadium as 40 African teams line up for 5 places at ...
JOHANNESBURG — Egypt will open its World Cup qualifying campaign at a military stadium on the Mediterranean coast without any fans, while FIFA wants extra policing in terrorist-targeted Kenya as Africa's top teams begin the long road to Brazil 2014.
Egypt opens WCup qualifying at military stadium
Egypt Sentences Policeman to Five Years for Protesters' Deaths
An Egyptian criminal court sentenced a policeman to five years in prison for participating in the killing of protesters during last year's uprising against Hosni Mubarak, the state-run Middle East News Agency said. The verdict against Mohamed el-Sunni ...
Egyptian policeman jailed for killing protesters
Egypt: Policeman jailed for protest deaths
Egypt Policeman Given 5 Years for Protester Deaths
Egyptian Stocks: EFG-Hermes Holding and Arab Cotton Ginning
By Ahmed A. Namatalla on May 30, 2012 Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) rose for the first time in four days, gaining 0.7 percent to 4715.59 at 12:15 pm in Cairo. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange.
Market Update: Egypt stocks edge into green after three days of losses
Egypt defies the odds
By Abeer Allam Despite the political upheaval, the periodic violence and weak economic performance, the Egyptian stock market, remained among the biggest global winners this year, advancing by about 34 per cent to date. Although the EGX 30 started at a ...
Firebombs And Elections Aside, Egyptian Stocks Look Undervalued
Citigroup's Latest Idea: Buy Egypt?
Egyptian Stocks: Commercial International Bank and El Sewedy
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) decreased 1.1 percent to 4683.87 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo, the lowest level since April 18. The gauge's 5.8 percent drop over the last three days is the biggest since March 13. The following shares were active ...
Egyptian Stocks: CIB, Credit Agricole and Orascom Telecom
Egypt's Bradley: We are ready for Mozambique
ALEXANDRIA - Bob Bradley, the technical coach of Egypt's senior football team, said that the coaching staff are giving special importance to Egypt's 2014 World Cup qualifier against Mozambique Friday night. The American coach expressed his optimism ...
We Respect all our Opponents - Egypt Captain Hassan
World Cup qualifiers will be tough: Egypt skipper