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Egyptian Exchange Says HSBC Bank Sells 1.3 Mln Shares Of Ezz Steel
Ezz Steel Says Al Ezz Dekheila Steel Board Approves Acquisition Of Al Ezz Flat Steel, El Ezz Rolling Mills
Egypt's Ezz Steel Posts Q1 Consol Loss
Ezz Steel Co SAE, formerly Al Ezz Steel Rebars Company, is an Egypt-based manufacturer and trader of steel and related products. The Company is engaged, together with its subsidiaries, in the manufacture, trade and distribution of iron and steel products of all kind and associated products and services. The Company produces and distributes long and flat, as well as custom made to customer specifications steel products for use in a range of end applications. Its production facilities are located in Alexandria, Suez, Sadat City and 10th of Ramadan City, with a total manufacturing capacity of 5.8 million tons of finished steel annually. Ezz Steel’s product range includes steel re-bars, wire rod, welded wire mesh and hot rolled coil. The Company exports its products to the Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, Asia, the United States and others. The Company's subsidiaries include Al Ezz Rolling Mills Company and Ezz Steel Algeria Company SPA, among others.
Iron & Steel
35 Lebanon Street, Mohandessin Area,
Paul Philipe Chekaiban
Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Corporate Technical Officer
Corporate Marketing Officer
Hasan Ahmad Nouh
Samir Raouf Naaman
Corporate Sales Officer
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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.
* Dubai, Abu Dhabi register among lowest trading volumes this year
Insurance stocks helped to drag down Saudi Arabia's market on Wednesday because of fears of a shakeout in the industry, while bourses in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar rose, helped by a bullish global trend in equities.
Banks pushed Qatar's stock market higher on Monday while Saudi Arabia's market edged down as telecommunications firm Mobily plunged in the wake of a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss.
Qatar's stock market continued rebounding on Thursday from lows hit after its diplomatic rift with neighbouring Arab states, while strength in top petrochemical producer Saudi Basic Industries buoyed Saudi Arabia.
Middle East stock markets fell on Tuesday as a tumble by real estate developer DAMAC caused Dubai to break a seven-session rising streak and weak corporate earnings helped to pull down Egypt's bourse.
Most Gulf stock markets may consolidate without clear direction on Tuesday though Dubai is short-term technically bullish and a few stocks, including Saudi petrochemical maker Saudi Kayan, may move on second-quarter earnings announcements.
Stock markets in the Gulf were mixed on Thursday with Qatar and Dubai rising despite a fall in crude oil prices, while Saudi Arabia's decline was cushioned by hopes it will be put on review for possible emerging market status next week. Riyadh's stock index lost 0.5 percent...
Qatar's stock market fell for a third straight day on Wednesday, hit by the breaking of diplomatic ties with its neighbours, though the pace of the drop slowed.
Egypt's stock market on Tuesday recovered some of the previous day's heavy losses while Gulf bourses were weaker as investors booked profits ahead of the holy month of Ramadan, when trading volumes and liquidity often decrease.
Egypt's stock market outperformed its Gulf peers on Wednesday on the back of strong first-quarter earnings and positive news from a real estate developer, while Saudi Arabia saw increased activity as traders took positions ahead of Ramadan.
Stock markets in the Middle East were mixed on Monday with petrochemicals and the insurance sector weighing on Saudi Arabia while Qatar rose as it completed its upgrade by index compiler FTSE Russell to secondary emerging market status.
Stock markets in the Middle East diverged on Sunday with the insurance sector boosting Saudi Arabia and a depreciating currency lifting export and real estate shares in Egypt, while blue chips weighed on the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
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