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Thursday, 8 December 2016


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EGP / USD CBE market average: Buy 17.82 | Sell 18.17
EGP / USD at CIB: Buy 17.65 | Sell 17.9
EGP / USD at NBE: Buy 17.7 | Sell 17.95

EGX30 (Wednesday): 11,348.37 (-1.34%)
Turnover: EGP 1.626 bn (274% above the 90-day average)
EGX 30 year-to-date: +61.98%

THE MARKET ON WEDNESDAY: The Egyptian benchmark index ended the day down 1.3%. Only three stocks ended the day in a positive territory including Heliopolis Housing, Edita, and Telecom Egypt. On the downside, Wednesday’s worst performing stocks included ACC, Orascom Telecom Media and Technology, and Domty. The market turnover was EGP 1.6 bn and local investors were the sole net sellers.

Foreigners: Net long | EGP + 202.8 mn
Regional: Net long | EGP + 94.0 mn
Domestic: Net short | EGP – 296.8 mn

Retail: 61.4% of total trades | 64.4% of buyers | 58.4% of sellers
Institutions: 38.6% of total trades | 35.6% of buyers | 41.6% of sellers

Foreign: 17.2% of total | 23.4% of buyers | 10.9% of sellers
Regional: 7.9% of total | 10.8% of buyers | 5.0% of sellers
Domestic: 74.9% of total | 65.8% of buyers | 84.1% of sellers


Beyond real estate development, let’s talk NAV

Land bank owners reconfirmed as our top picks: We looked at six real estate companies — Madinet Nasr for Housing and Development (MNHD), Heliopolis Company for Housing and Development (HELI), Emaar Misr for Development (EMFD), Talaat Moustafa Group Holding (TMGH), Orascom Hotels and Development (ORHD), and Egyptian Resorts Company (EGTS) — and conducted a net asset value (NAV) exercise that took into account each company’s net cash, receivables, and residual land bank. Here are the results (pdf).


WTI: USD 49.88 (+0.22%)
Brent: USD 53.00 (flat)
Natural Gas (Nymex, futures prices) USD 3.60 MMBtu, (–0.17%, January 2017 contract)
Gold: USD 1,179.10 / troy ounce (+0.14%)

TASI: 7,124.1 (-0.4%) (YTD: +3.1%)
ADX: 4,433.7 (+1.8%) (YTD: +2.9%)
DFM: 3,495.7 (+1.3%) (YTD: +10.9%)
KSE Weighted Index: 373.3 (+0.0%) (YTD: -2.2%)
QE: 9,989.3 (+0.1%) (YTD: -4.2%)
MSM: 5,656.4 (+0.0%) (YTD: +4.6%)
BB: 1,181.5 (-0.0%) (YTD: -2.8%)

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