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Regime Escalations Destructive to Stock Market
The indices in the Egyptian stock exchange dropped sharply at the end yesterday’s trading session. The traders described the last minutes of the session as "horrible", attributing this to nearing the day of the stock market last February. It is worth mentioning the Egyptian stock exchange witnessed on Tuesday March, 13, 2006 a complete collapse and most traders lost all th
Tuesday, January 30,2007 00:00
by Ikhwanweb
The indices in the Egyptian stock exchange dropped sharply at the end yesterday’s trading session. The traders described the last minutes of the session as "horrible", attributing this to nearing the day of the stock market last February.

It is worth mentioning the Egyptian stock exchange witnessed on Tuesday March, 13, 2006 a complete collapse and most traders lost all their money.
 
The Egyptian economic landscape is witnessing a serious collapse due to the ongoing crackdowns against Muslim Brotherhood businessmen, the latest of which was freezing assets of 29 top MB businessmen, raising doubts about businessmen’s freedom in their investments inside Egypt.
 
 
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