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Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals Co SAE (SKPC.CA)

SKPC.CA on Cairo Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Sidi Kerir Estimates EGP 293.5 Mln Investment In 2019
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

Dec 6 (Reuters) - SIDI KERIR PETROCHEMICALS CO ::SAYS INVESTMENT FOR YEAR 2019 ESTIMATED TO BE EGP 293.5 MILLION.  Full Article

Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals Board To Discuss Chemical Co Acquisition
Wednesday, 10 Oct 2018 

Oct 10 (Reuters) - SIDI KERIR PETROCHEMICALS CO ::BOARD TO MEET ON OCTOBER 10 TO DISCUSS ACQUISITION OF A EGYPTIAN CHEMICAL CO.  Full Article

Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals FY Profit Falls
Sunday, 11 Feb 2018 

Feb 11 (Reuters) - SIDI KERIR PETROCHEMICALS CO ::FY NET PROFIT AFTER TAX EGP 1.13 BILLION VERSUS EGP 1.43 BILLION YEAR AGO.FY SALES EGP 5.02 BILLION VERSUS EGP 3.42 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Egypt's Sidi Kerir Forecasts FY 2018 Profit EGP 927.9 MLN
Wednesday, 20 Dec 2017 

Dec 20 (Reuters) - SIDI KERIR PETROCHEMICALS CO ::SEES FY 2018 NET PROFIT AFTER TAX EGP 927.9 MILLION, NET SALES OF EGP 5.52 BILLION.SEES FY 2017 NET PROFIT AFTER TAX EGP 823.1 MILLION.  Full Article

Egypt's Sidi Kerir 9-month profit rises
Tuesday, 14 Nov 2017 

Nov 14 (Reuters) - SIDI KERIR PETROCHEMICALS CO ::NINE-MONTH NET PROFIT EGP 703.2 MILLION VERSUS EGP 543.2 MILLION YEAR AGO.NINE-MONTH REVENUE EGP 3.32 BILLION VERSUS EGP 2.24 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals 9-month profit rises
Wednesday, 1 Nov 2017 

Nov 1 (Reuters) - SIDI KERIR PETROCHEMICALS CO :NINE-MONTH NET PROFIT AFTER TAX EGP 703 MILLION VERSUS EGP ‍​543 MILLION YEAR AGO.NINE-MONTH REVENUE EGP 3.32 BILLION VERSUS EGP 2.24 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

MIDEAST STOCKS-Petrochemical firms weigh on Saudi, Most Gulf markets mixed

Nov 1 Saudi Arabia's stock market edged lower in quiet trading on Thursday, pressured by petrochemical and bank shares, while Dubai gained on the back of real estate stocks.