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Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE (COMI.CA)

COMI.CA on The Egyptian Exchange

75.50EGP
20 Aug 2019
Change (% chg)

£0.05 (+0.07%)
Prev Close
£75.45
Open
£75.49
Day's High
£75.55
Day's Low
£74.99
Volume
587,632
Avg. Vol
908,509
52-wk High
£77.60
52-wk Low
£53.60

About

Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE (CIB) is a commercial bank. The Bank provides banking services in various parts of Egypt through more than 200 branches and units. Its segments include Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, Retail Banking, Treasury and Capital Market Services and Others. Corporate Banking includes direct... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.98
Market Cap(Mil.): £92,328.34
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,161.80
Dividend: 0.50
Yield (%): 0.57

Financials

  COMI.CA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 16.22 19.15 19.25
EPS (TTM): 4.90 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.44
ROE: 31.44 16.26 15.61

MIDEAST STOCKS-Positive earnings end Saudi losing streak, COMI weighs on Egypt

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25 Jul 2019

MIDEAST STOCKS-Geopolitical concerns continue to weigh on Saudi, Egypt extends losses

* 10 of 11 Saudi banks slide * Zain Saudi plunges after towers sale cancelled * Egypt falls for a fifth session * Top lender supports Abu Dhabi By Shakeel Ahmad June 24 Saudi Arabia's stock market fell sharply on Monday to drop for a fourth straight session as geopolitical concerns in the Gulf region weighed, while Egypt's blue-chip index also extended its losing streak. Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi movement attacked Abha airport in southern Saudi Arabia

24 Jun 2019

MIDEAST STOCKS-Trade tensions, tanker attacks darken mood in Gulf markets

* Saudi insurers among biggest fallers after weak Q1 results * Abu Dhabi suffers worst day in 3-1/2 years * Dubai in sharpest one-day decline in 3 years * 18 of 20 Qatari stocks slide By Shakeel Ahmad May 13 Dubai and Abu Dhabi stock markets suffered their biggest single-day decline in years on Monday after several commercial ships were attacked off the coast of the United Arab Emirates. Saudi shares had their worst day since mid-October after Riyadh said

13 May 2019
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