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Ezz Steel Co SAE (ESRS.CA)

ESRS.CA on Cairo Stock Exchange

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18 Oct 2018
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Ezz Steel Q2 Loss Narrows
Thursday, 6 Sep 2018 

Sept 6 (Reuters) - EZZ STEEL CO ::Q2 NET LOSS ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS EGP 322.2 MILLION VS LOSS OF EGP 550.1 MILLION YEAR AGO.Q2 NET SALES EGP 12.88 BILLION VS EGP 9.80 BILLION YEAR AGO.H1 NET LOSS ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS EGP 389.3 MILLION VS LOSS OF EGP 1.07 BILLION YEAR AGO.H1 NET SALES EGP 25.49 BILLION VS EGP 17.91 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Egypt's Ezz Steel Q1 Consol Loss Narrows
Wednesday, 6 Jun 2018 

June 6 (Reuters) - EZZ STEEL CO ::Q1 CONSOL NET LOSS AFTER TAX AND MINORITY INTEREST EGP 67 MILLION VERSUS LOSS OF EGP 521 MILLION YEAR AGO.Q1 CONSOL NET SALES EGP 12.61 BILLION VERSUS EGP 8.11 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Egypt's Ezz Steel Q3 Consol Loss Widens
Thursday, 14 Dec 2017 

Dec 14 (Reuters) - EZZ STEEL CO ::Q3 CONSOL NET LOSS ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS EGP 315.1 MILLION VERSUS LOSS OF EGP 187.7 MILLION YEAR AGO.Q3 CONSOL NET SALES EGP 11.45 BILLION VERSUS EGP 5.92 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Ezz Steel Q2 consol loss widens
Tuesday, 10 Oct 2017 

Oct 10 (Reuters) - EZZ STEEL CO :Q2 CONSOL NET LOSS ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS EGP 550.1 MILLION VERSUS LOSS OF EGP 239.6 MILLION YEAR AGO.Q2 CONSOL NET SALES EGP 9.80 BILLION VERSUS EGP 4.04 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Egypt's Ezz Steel posts FY consol profit
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 

May 23 (Reuters) - Ezz Steel Co ::FY consol net profit attributable to shareholders EGP 162.5 million versus net loss of EGP 418 million year ago.FY consol net sales EGP 23.19 billion versus EGP 16.64 billion year ago.  Full Article

MIDEAST STOCKS-Stimulus plan boosts Abu Dhabi, Saudi ends six-day surge

DUBAI, June 6 Major Middle Eastern stock markets were mixed on Wednesday with news of a 50 billion dirham ($13.6 billion) economic stimulus plan boosting Abu Dhabi while Saudi Arabia pulled back after six straight days of gains.