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Talaat Mostafa Group Holding Co SAE (TMGH.CA)

TMGH.CA on Cairo Stock Exchange

9.60EGP
14 Nov 2018
Change (% chg)

£0.06 (+0.63%)
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£9.36
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£9.36
Volume
445,348
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Egypt's Talaat Mostafa Q1 Consol Profit Rises
Monday, 14 May 2018 

May 14 (Reuters) - TALAAT MOSTAFA GROUP HOLDING CO ::Q1 CONSOL NET PROFIT AFTER TAX EGP 340.6 MILLION VERSUS EGP 305.2 MILLION YEAR AGO.Q1 CONSOL REVENUE EGP 1.61 BILLION VERSUS EGP 1.29 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Egypt's TMG Holding FY Net Sales Rises to EGP 13.11 BLN
Monday, 8 Jan 2018 

Jan 8 (Reuters) - TALAAT MOSTAFA GROUP HOLDING CO SAE ::FY NET SALES EGP 13.11 BILLION VERSUS EGP 6.55‍​ BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

TMG Holding Expects Sales to Reach Egp 13 BLN By Year End
Wednesday, 29 Nov 2017 

Nov 29 (Reuters) - TALAAT MOSTAFA GROUP HOLDING CO ::EXPECTS SALES TO REACH EGP 13 BILLION BY END OF YEAR 2017, ALSO EXPECTS TO REACH RECORD LEVEL OF SALES DURING YEAR 2018.  Full Article

Egypt's TMG denies Al-Waleed's stake in group, units
Tuesday, 7 Nov 2017 

Nov 7 (Reuters) - TALAAT MOSTAFA GROUP HOLDING CO ::SAYS NO PARTICICPATION OF AL-WALEED BIN TALAL OR HIS COMPANIES IN CO AND UNITS.SAYS AS OF DATE EXPANSION COST OF $213 MILLION IN SHARM EL SHEIK FOUR SEASONS HAS BEEN FINANCED BY CO'S OWN RESOURCES.SAYS REMAINING ESTIMATED COST OF $170 MILLION FOR EXPANSION OF FOUR SEASONS PROJECT WILL BE FINANCED BY GROUP'S OWN RESOURCES.  Full Article

Egypt's TMG Holding 9-month profit rises
Thursday, 2 Nov 2017 

Nov 2 (Reuters) - TALAAT MOSTAFA GROUP HOLDING CO SAE ::NINE-MONTH CONSOL NET PROFIT AFTER TAX AND MINORITY INTEREST EGP 1.06 BILLION VERSUS EGP 616.4 MILLION YEAR AGO.NINE-MONTH CONSOLE REVENUE EGP 5.62 BILLION VERSUS EGP 3.93 BILLION YEAR AGO.  Full Article

MIDEAST STOCKS-Profit-taking weighs on Qatar; Egypt extends gains

Nov 7 The Qatar stock index fell for a second consecutive session, bogged down by banks and profit-taking, while Egypt's blue-chip index extended gains on institutional buying.