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  1. 1. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 1 of 13 EGX Summary Close Price 1D% Volume Turnover EGX30 Index 7,976 0.90% 86,243,509 418,992,832 Banks Sector Index 3,871 1.21% 3,873,060 169,881,750 Financial Sector Index 396 0.21% 22,624,006 62,810,836 Industrial Sector Index 1,053 0.75% 436,826 3,963,674 Source: Egyptian Exchange; Turnover is in EGP Top Gainers Sector Close Price 1D% Belton Financial Holding Financial Services 10.71 9.96 Sues Canal for Tech. Settling Personal and Household 11.04 9.42 Al Arafa Inv. & Consultancies Financial Services 0.13 8.33 Natural Gas & Mining Project Oil and Gas 33.83 6.45 Modern Co. For Water Proofing Basic Resources 0.69 4.55 Source: Egyptian Exchange; Close Price is inEGP Top Losers Sector Close Price 1D% Delta Sugar Chemicals 9.62 (9.07) Maridive & Oil Services Oil and Gas 0.26 (3.70) Misr Fertilizers Production Co Chemicals 29.18 (2.83) Credit Agricole Egypt Financial Services 22 (2.70) Ismailia National Food Industry Food and Beverage 3.75 (2.60) Source: Egyptian Exchange; Close Price is inEGP Top by Value Traded Turnover Close Price Change % CIB 865,943,606 48.96 0.14 EFG Hermes 779,970,583 12.41 (0.40) Global Telecom 643,746,456 3.8 10.26 Palm Hills 474,236,231 2.47 (3.64) TMG Holding 408,326,145 5.96 (8.39) Source: Egyptian Exchange; Close Price and turnover are in EGP Top by Volume Volume Close Price Change % Orascom Telecom 379,931,323 0.57 (5.26) Palm Hills 194,595,310 2.47 (3.64) Qalaa Holdings 164,365,118 1.01 (10.89) Global Telecom 158,294,220 3.8 10.26 Porto Group 157,905,204 0.27 (3.70) Source: Egyptian Exchange; Close Price is inEGP S&P/EGX ESG INDEX vs. S&P Pan Africa BMI African Markets Close 1D% MTD% YTD% P/E P/B P/S DY Nigeria 28,263 0.06 3.27 (7.60) 18.9 1.6 2 4.7 Egypt 7,976 (2.59) (0.94) 4.22 12.3 1.4 0.9 3.2 South Africa 51,479 (1.00) (3.79) 4.02 15.7 1.9 1.4 3.7 Morocco 10,015 0.15 0.83 9.85 18.9 2.4 1.9 4.3 Developed Markets Close 1D% MTD% YTD% P/E P/B P/S DY MSCI World Index 1,729 1.53 (0.52) 8.47 19.1 1.8 1.2 2.7 US (S&P 500) 2,146 (1.42) (1.83) 14.09 20.4 2.8 1.8 2.1 UK (FTSE 100) 6,797 (1.62) (0.28) 14.08 39.5 1.8 1.2 3.8 Germany (DAX) 10,300 (3.07) (2.71) 8.99 20.8 1.6 0.7 2.8 France (CAC) 4,387 (0.45) (0.43) 0.69 20.9 1.4 0.8 3.5 Commodities Close 1D% YTD% NYMEX Crude 45.62 (0.67) 2.68 Brent Crude 47.06 (0.99) (0.59) Natural Gas (Henry Hub) 3.01 0.47 16.43 Gold (Comex) 1,342 (0.15) 18.66 Silver (Comex) 19.51 (0.44) 34.20 70.00 90.00 110.00 Sep-15 Dec-15 Mar-16 Jun-16 Sep-16 S&P Pan Africa BMI Rebased S&P/EGX ESG Index Rebased Source: African Markets, Country’s Stock Exchange, Starcapital.de Source: Egyptian Exchange and S&P Indices Source: MSCI, Bloomberg, London SE, Börse Frankfurt (Frankfurt Stock Exchange), Euronext Paris, Starcapital.de Source: Bloomberg, YCharts
  2. 2. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 2 of 13 Index / Closing Price 12/2015 3/2016 6/2016 9/2016 % Change NILEX [SMEs Stock Exchange] 587 632 631 655 3.80% EGX 30 6981 7524 6942 7976 14.89% EGX 70 373 367 351 348 -0.85% EGX 100 789 792 743 786 5.79% Main Sectors Indices: [% of Total Market Capitalization] - Banks (BAN) 23.26% - Basic Resources (BAS) 2.63% 3167 3197 3263 3898 19.46% - Construction & Mat. (REA) 3.15% 397 420 325 325 0.00% - Financial Serv. (FIN) 11.51% 1197 1005 1041 917 -11.91% - Food & Bev. (FOO) 5.87% 363 399 352 396 12.50% - Real Estate (HOM) 16.72% 1216 1198 1106 773 -30.11% - Telecomm. (TEL) 14.23% 1184 1333 1052 1179 12.07% - Travel & Leisure (TOU) 1.18% 289 390 369 443 20.05% Source: Egypt Stock Exchange Statistical Bulletin Banks | Loans and Advances: USD Million 12/2015 2/2016 3/2016 6/2016 Deposits 216,333 217,844 225,942 239,079 Loans & Advances 88,888 90,062 95,448 105,532 Total Provisions 7,523 7,287 7,725 7,532 Total Provisions to Loans & Advances 8.46% 8.09% 8.09% 7.14% USD/EGP 8.88 CBE Main Operations: MPC Meeting DD 17/3/2016 28/4/2016 16/6/2016 22/9/2016 CBE O/N Deposit 10.75% 10.75% 11.75% 11.75% CBE O/N Lending 11.75% 11.75% 12.75% 12.75% Source: CBE Statistical Bulletin In its meeting held on September 22, 2016, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decided to keep the overnight deposit rate, overnight lending rate, and the rate of the CBE's main operation unchanged at 11.75 percent, 12.75 percent, and 12.25 percent respectively. The discount rate was also kept unchanged at 12.25 percent. 3.80% 14.89% -0.85% 5.79% -2% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 NILEX [SMEs] EGX 30 EGX 70 EGX 100 EGX Indices Dec-15 Mar-16 Jun-16 Sep-16 % Change 200,000 220,000 240,000 260,000 Deposits 80,000 90,000 100,000 110,000 Loans & Advances 7% 8% 9% Provisions to Loans 6000 7000 8000 9000 Total Provisions
  3. 3. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 3 of 13 CAIBOR 30/12/2015 31/3/2016 30/6/2016 30/9/2016 O/N 8.90% 8.90% 11.75% 11.75% 1 Week 9.10% 9.10% 12.75% 12.75% 1 Month 9.25% 9.25% 12.25% 12.25% 3 Months 9.30% 9.30% 11.77% 11.85% Currency 12/2015 3/2016 6/2016 9/2016 YoY % Change GBP £ 11.5674 12.7694 11.8726 11.5369 -0.26% EUR € 8.5207 10.0788 9.8461 9.9989 17.35% USD $ 7.8301 8.88 8.88 8.88 13.41% JPY ¥ (for ¥ 100) 6.5153 7.9173 8.6905 8.8702 36.14% Year GDP Growth Inflation Rate 2011 1.8% 10.20% 2012 2.2% 7.10% 2013 1.8% 11.66% 2014 6.8% 10.13% 2015 4.5% 9.70% 2016 (Latest) 3.8% 15.50% Year Income Expense Surplus/Deficit 2016/2017 641,500 1,217,500 -576,000 2015/2016 638,577 1,147,823 -509,266 2014/2015 560,945 1,016,606 -455,662 2013/2014 516,723 816,973 -300,249 GDP Growth and Inflation Rate (2011-2016) Source: CBE Statistical Bulletin Government Budget 2013 – 2016 (EGP Million) Source: Ministry of Finance -0.26% 17.35% 13.41% 36.14% -5% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 GBP £ EUR € USD $ JPY ¥ (for ¥ 100) EGP EXCHANGE RATES 30-Dec 31-Mar 30-Jun 30-Sep YoY % Change 1.80% 2.20% 1.80% 6.80% 4.50% 3.80% 10.20% 7.10% 11.66% 10.13% 9.70% 15.50% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 GDP GROWTH AND INFLATION RATE (2011-2016) GDP Growth Inflation Rate
  4. 4. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 4 of 13 Economic & Corporate News – Egypt  Moroccan Attijariwafa bank new owner of Barclays Egypt. Barclays Bank PLC has agreed to sell its retail and corporate banking business in Egypt to the Moroccan Attijariwafa Bank. The transaction value of Barclays Bank selling its Egyptian unit to Morocco's Attijariwafa Bank is around $500 million (EGP 4.5 million). Barclays Egypt has a small market share, but well capitalized for potential growth. Barclays has 56 branches, a workforce of 1500 employees, and serves around 127,000 customers in Egypt. The bank’s loan portfolio stood at EGP 7.7 billion as of Q1-16, capturing a market share of 0.9%. The transaction is expected to be completed by the end of 2016. Source:Mubasher  IMF expects 4% growth for Egypt in FY 2016/17 compared to government expectations of 5.2%. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects a 4% growth for Egypt in the fiscal year (FY) of 2016/2017. The IMF said that Egypt’s real GDP growth for FY 2014/2015 reached 4.2%, while it expects a 3.8% growth in FY 2015/2016, and 4% in FY 2016/2017. In the meantime, the Egyptian government forecasted a 5.2% growth in FY 2016/2017, while it expected 4.4% in FY 2015/2016, according to state budget for FY 2016/2017. Further, the IMF expects the consumer price (inflation) in Egypt will increase to reach 18.2% in FY 2016/2017. Inflation expectation is high compared to the last FY due to the US dollar shortage. The unemployment rate reached 12.9% in FY 2014/2015 and the IMF expects this to register 12.7% in FY 2015/2016. The IMF projected that the current account balance shortage will increase to 5.8% of GDP in FY 2015/2016 compared to 3.7% of GDP in FY 2014/2015. Source:Reuters  Egypt, World Bank sign $500 million loan deal. The Egyptian Ministry of International Cooperation has signed a $500 million loan deal with the World Bank to finance a local development program in upper Egypt. The ministry is cooperating with its partners to prepare a number of developmental programs in Egyptian areas that in need the most, especially in Sinai and upper Egypt. The program aims at rising economic growth rates, and creating a sustainable development based on supporting the private sector to create more job opportunities, through the enhancement of business environment and the improvement of infrastructure. Source: Almal  GAFI: 786 new Egyptian companies created in September. The Egyptian General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI) said that the number of newly established companies in September reached 786, with investments totaling EGP 2 billion. Egyptian capital represents 93% or EGP 1.85 billion of the new companies’ capital, while Arab and foreign capital accounts for 6% and 1% respectively. As for the nature of the business activity, the number of multi-activity companies reached 313, while service providers stood at 239. A total of 142 Industrial companies were established in September, while construction companies totaled 50 companies, with 25 others operating in telecom, 12 in agriculture, and 5 in tourism. Source: Almal  World Bank forecasts Egypt’s growth rate at 3.8%. World Bank has reduced Egypt’s growth rate forecast in 2016 to 3.8% from an earlier forecast of 4.3%. The economic growth will be pushed by the recovery in local demand as consumption remains strong, but imports is still challenged by the scarcity of foreign exchange and an overvalued pound. The country’s foreign currency reserves plunged from $36 billion before January 2011 to $15.54 billion by the end of July 2016. Egypt's local debt reached EGP 2.49 trillion by March 2016, while external debt stood at $53.4 billion by the third quarter of FY2015-16. The World Bank also said that the rise in energy prices and the new value added tax could plunge the inflation on the short run, leaving a negative effect on low and middle income families. The CBE stated that the basic inflation rate grew by 13.25% in August, while Egypt’s consumer price index (CPI) increased to 16.4% in August according to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). Source:Reuters  UAE’s Sky Telecom may acquire trading platform in Egypt. Sky Telecom Group intends to acquire an Egyptian electronic trading platform, as part of a future expansion plan. The transaction is expected to be completed before the end of this year. The platform’s daily trades exceeded 1 million transactions. Sky Telecom’s investments in the Egyptian market are valued at EGP 1 billion over three years. The Dubai-based company is an e-platform for information technology and communications providers. In February, it signed a partnership deal with Egypt’s E-Finance to launch the largest digital platform for e-commerce and payments in Egypt. Sky Telecom is also the owner of the UAE’s MySky. Source:Almal  Al-Sukari mine output up 41% in Q3. Centamin Egypt said Al-Sukari gold mine’s production rose 41% year-on-year to 148,670 ounces from 105,400 ounces. On a quarterly basis, the production went up 6% compared to the second quarter of 2016. Centamin is a mineral exploration, development and mining company dually listed in the London and Toronto Stock Exchanges. Al-Sukari gold mine is located in the Nubian Eastern Desert near the Red Sea with a reserve amounting to 15.5 million ounces. Source: Bloomberg  Egypt's industrial output index down 3.5%. Egypt’s production index of manufacturing and extractive industries, excluding crude oil and petroleum products, declined in July 3.5% month-on-month to 104.83 points from 108.60 points. The total index for basic metal industry stood at 63.65 in July, down 12.1% from 72.39 for June due to the inactivity of some factories’ furnaces on maintenance works. The total index for ready-made cloths increased by 72.8% to 190.7 in July 2016, compared with 142.9 due to more export contracts in the summer season ahead of the academic year. The government seeks to achieve an 8% growth in the industrial sector by the end of 2017/18. Source:Reuter
  5. 5. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 5 of 13 Economic & Corporate News – Egypt  Eni, EGPC to build 50MW solar plant in Sinai by end-2017. Italian energy company Eni agreed with the Egyptian government on a joint strategy to implement a series of renewable energy projects in Egypt. The strategy includes building a solar energy plant in Abou Redis city in South Sinai Governorate, with a capacity of 50 megawatts. The plant's construction will start by the end of 2017 through Petrobel Company. The project is a 50-50 between Eni and the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC). Source: Reuters Zawya  Egyptian bourse ends September in red. The Egyptian Exchange ended September in red after two successive months in green, as the main index EGX30 lost 3.39% or 2.76.93 points month-on-month to close at 7,881.11 as compared to 8,158.04 points in August. EGX70 fell for the second month in a row to reach 351.62 points as compared to 357.47 points; a decline of 1.64% or 5.85 points. Similarly, EGX100 levelled down 2.13% or 17.23 points to reach 790.26 points by the end of this month as compared to 807.49 points in August. Market cap lost EGP 8.35 billion to reach EGP 404.84 billion in September as compared to EGP 413.19 billion by the end of August. Source: Reuters  Egypt to import 50,000 tons of sugar. Egypt's General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC) has offered a tender to buy 50,000 tons of sugar. The government is expected to receive this amount on two periods: 15-30 October and 1-15 November. Egypt consumes 3.2 million tons of sugar annually, while producing 2 million tons, according to data issued by the agricultural ministry. Source: Almal  Egypt faces large financing needs – Moody's. Egypt's fiscal reform momentums support its B3 rating and stable outlook amid the current serious economic challenges like high unemployment rates, said Moody's Investor's Service, expecting economic growth to be predominantly supported by public and private investments. Financial aids from GCC countries have helped stabilize the international reserves and balance of payments. The government's key credit weakness, Moody's noted, is its very large government financing needs of more than 50% of GDP. The report highlighted that Egypt's inflation rose to more than 16% in August 2016. Source: Mubasher  Egypt's tourist arrivals slide 51.2% in 6 months. The number of tourists arrived Egypt in the first six months of 2016 declined 51.2% year-on-year to 2.3 million from 4.8 million, said the Central Agency for Public Mobilizations and Statistics (CAPMAS) on Monday. The state-run agency attributed this decline to lower visitors from Russia, United Kingdom and Germany by 54.9%, 14.9% and 6.4% respectively after a number of terrorist attacks on Egypt, including the crash of the Russian airplane in Sinai. Over 2015, the number of arrivals fell to 9.3 million tourists, down 5.6% from 9.9 million tourists in 2014. The tourism sector, a vital part of the economy and a key source of hard currency, was hard-hit by last year’s downing of a Russian airliner where 224 people onboard were killed. Source: Mubasher  Egypt's insurance sector to flourish on gradual economic recovery. The Egyptian insurance market is likely to witness strong premium and profit growth in the coming 12-18 months. The sector's micro-insurance, medical, takaful and yet-to-be enacted mutual guarantee premiums will be improved as well. However, the sector still faces a number of serious challenges, including high sector concentration as the top six players in the sector account for 69% of total premiums according to 2015 financials, while the rest of the market is fragmented. The Egyptian insurance market is the second largest in North Africa, a region that accounted for roughly 0.2% of global insurance premiums in 2015. By the end of June 2015, gross premiums written (GPW) in Egypt jumped 12.8% to EGP 15.5 billion, according to the latest available data from the EFSA. Source: Mubasher  Analysts sure of pound floating, disagree on timing. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) will be meeting on 17 October days after the anticipated decision regarding the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) loan to Egypt. Central Bank Governor Tarek Amer previously said in February that the pound will not be floated until foreign reserves reach $25 to 30 million. The country’s current foreign exchange reserve is $16.5 billion. Floating the pound depends on agreeing the IMF loan and the finance from China and KSA. It is expected the CBE’s MPC to hold an extraordinary meeting before 17 November to raise the interest by between 150 to 200 points. According to Capital Economics, the Egyptian pound will decline by 25% to the level of EGP 12 per dollar by the end of 2016, and EGP 13.5 by the end of 2018. Source: Reuters  Growth concerns behind CBE decision to hold rates. The Central Bank of Egypt surprisingly maintained key interest rates on its last MPC meeting against all expectations of a hike in policy rates to ease inflation rate and create an attractive spread between return on USD and EGP fixed income instruments, thus capturing foreign fund inflows into the Egyptian market. Although research agencies built their hike grounds on the soaring inflation rate, the CBE described the factors behind this aggressive rate as “transitory cost-push factors,” including higher electricity bills and the increased demand on food, rather than demand factors, which means that raising rates would not have controlled inflation. Research firms believes the reason behind this decision is the country's weakened GDP growth, as well as concerns over increasing the debt service burden that currently stands at 30% of fiscal expenses. Source: Mubasher  Egypt petroleum subsidy spending reaches EGP 51bn in FY15/16. Egypt's spending on petroleum subsidies reached EGP 51 billion in the fiscal year 2015-2016. Egypt has incurred costs of nearly EGP 95.3 billion to arrange the local market needs of petroleum products, the revenues generated from domestic sales amounted to EGP 44.3 billion in 2015-2016. The petroleum sector has supplied the local market with 75.3 million tons of petroleum and gas products in 2015-2016, in addition to providing the electricity sector with all their fuel needs. Source: Almal
  6. 6. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 6 of 13 Economic & Corporate News – Egypt  WB mulls $500m financing for Upper Egypt. Egypt's Minister of International Cooperation said that the World Bank's (WB) executive board will examine a credit facility worth $500 million for supporting Upper Egypt on 16 September. This fund will aim at raising the capacity of local units to provide key services and infrastructure for the area, which will create sustainable job opportunities and develop a number of industries in Upper Egypt governorates. In December 2015, the World Bank agreed to finance Egypt's economic program with $3 billion in three years. Source:Reuters Zawya  Egypt’s economic growth up 3.6% in Q3. Egypt’s economic growth rose 3.6% during the third quarter led by the construction sector (33.9%), followed by the wholesale & retail activity (29.8%) as well as the manufacturing industries (26.8%). The economic growth rate came below the estimates due to world economies’ lower capacity, namely in EU countries, Russia and China, which all have left an impact on the international trade. Both investment and savings rate roughly reached 17% and 5.8%, respectively in the same period. The savings gap accordingly increased to 11.2% in the third quarter against 10.7% for the prior-year period. Over the first nine months, growth rate went up 4.3%, compared with 4.8% for the year-ago period. The aggregate investment rate grew 13.7% on the first nine-month basis to hit EGP 287.1 billion, of which EGP 110 billion projects are currently on the ground. Source:Reuters  Indian firms to boost investments in Egypt. An Indian resins and industrial chemicals manufacturer plans to invest EGP 300 million in the Egyptian market. Lulu, an Indian company specialized in retail, will expand its operations in Egypt by opening two new branches employing 3500 workers. Aditya Birla group, based in Alexandria, plans to increase its annual exports to the European market to reach $200 million. Source: Almal  Egypt's small, micro enterprises reach 2.4m. Egypt’s Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) said that the number of micro and small enterprises reached 2.4 million. Retail & wholesale, manufacturing industries, and other activities represent 57.1%, 15.9%, 27%, respectively. Around 6.3 million employees are working for these facilities. Out of the 2.4 million enterprises, there are 4,700 micro facilities where 323,000 persons are working. The retail & wholesale, manufacturing industries, and other activities account for 26.9%, 22.1%, and 51% respectively out of the aggregate number. Source:Mubasher  Seven countries accounted for 51% of Egypt’s external debt in FY14/15. Seven countries accounted for 51% of Egypt’s external debt in the fiscal year 2014/15. Each of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and UAE came in the top with 37.3%, followed by Germany, Japan, USA and France with 6%, 4.6%, 4.2% and 3.1% respectively. Egypt’s external debt amounted to $47.8 billion by the end of December 2015. International financial institutions accounts for 27% of Egypt’s debts, where the World Bank accounts for 9.8%, European Investment Bank accounts for 3.4%, while African Development Bank accounts for 3.6%. Source:Mubasher  Egypt picks 4 banks for US dollar bonds issue. Egypt’s finance ministry selected four investment banks to arrange a US dollar-denominated bond issue on global markets. The selected banks are Natixis Bank, Citibank, Bank JP Morgan and BNP Paribas, according to a statement. Source:Reuters Zawya  Egypt’s loan & grant portfolio hits $22.5bn. Egypt was given $22.5 billion loans and grants over the past period, said Minister of International Cooperation. The loan and grant portfolio consists of $11.5 billion received over the last ten months, while the remaining amount was provided earlier. Moreover, the government seeks a $500 million loan from the African Development Bank, along with the IMF first $1 billion tranche. Meanwhile external debt rose during July-March 2015/16 by 34% year-over-year to $53.4 billion, according to the central bank’s data. Source:Reuters  IMF agrees $12 billion 3-year funding deal with Egypt. The International Monetary Fund has agreed in principle to grant Egypt a $12 billion three-year loan facility, to support a government reform program aimed at plugging a budget gap and rebalancing the currency markets. The long-awaited Extended Fund Facility (EFF) deal is subject to final approval by the IMF executive committee in the coming week. Among the reforms agreed are subsidy cuts, introducing Value Added Tax (VAT) and reducing bureaucracy for foreign investors. The IMF also wants Egypt to focus monetary policy on easing the chronic dollar shortage and reduce inflation to single digits. Source: Almal  Egypt 2025-dollar bond nears 1-year high after IMF loan agreement. Egypt's dollar-denominated 2025 bond rose to its highest level since End-September 2015 after the country agreed a three-year funding deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The bond issued in 2015 changed hands at 95.437 cents in the dollar while the 2020 issue traded at 102.292 cents after adding 0.022 cents on the day. Source:Mubasher  Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank says H1 net profit climb 33% in Egypt. Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) reported Thursday a 33 percent y-o-y rise in first half net profit in Egypt to 171 million Egyptian pounds ($19.2 million). The UAE bank in Egypt - ADIB Egypt recorded standalone net revenue of 927 million pounds by end of June 2016, 42% y-o-y higher. Net revenue from funding also surged 43 percent to 659 million pounds. Return on investments in debt instruments and treasury bills also rose 54 percent to 200 million pounds. Net fees and commissions income also went up 47 percent to 176 million, while net trading income recorded 91 million pounds, marking a 33 percent y-o-y rise. Customers' deposits at ADIB-Egypt climbed 10 percent to 22.4 billion pounds. Total assets grew 16 percent to 27.4 billion pounds. Source:Reuters  Egypt to receive $2 bln deposit from Saudi Arabia. Egypt signed a deal for a $2 billion central bank deposit from Saudi Arabia, Egypt inked a raft of agreements with Saudi Arabia during a visit by the Saudi king in April, including plans for a 60 billion Saudi riyal ($16 billion) investment fund. Source:Reuters  SAIBANK profits grow 47% in Q2. Societe Arabe Internationale de Banque (SAIBANK) reported an increase of 47% in net profits for the second quarter of 2016. The lender said it saw net profits of $16.3 million for Q2-2016, up from $11.1 million.
  7. 7. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 7 of 13 Economic & Corporate News – Egypt Economic & Corporate News – Africa  Mashreq Bank Egypt Net Profit Up 117%. Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair the CEO of Mashreq Bank announced that Mashreq Bank Egypt achieved a net profit of EGP 350 million during the first half of 2016 with an increases of 117% in comparison to last year’s results. The CEO of Mashreq Bank also expected net profits of Egypt’s unit to reach EGP 700 million by the end of current year. Mashreq Bank Egypt customers’ deposits jumped from EGP 3 billion in 2013 to EGP 16 billion by 2016 also the number of customers increased from 20 thousands to 80 thousands during the same period. The contribution of Egypt’s unit into the bank’s net profit during this year’s first half reached 13.15% from the entire bank net profit which recorded AED 1.1 billion. It is worth mentioning that the contribution was previously recorded at 1% throughout the unit’s history in Egypt. Source:Ahram Newspaper  Egypt eyes EGP 6 to 8bn from floating public companies’ stakes on EGX. Egypt’s government expects proceeds of EGP 6 billion to 8 billion from offering stakes in public companies for public offering on the Egyptian Exchange (EGX). The government plans to float from 20% to 30% stakes in public companies in order to magnify the real value of assets rather than selling them. Source:Reuters  Egypt's foreign reserves hit $15.54bn in July. Net foreign reserves reached $15.54 billion in July 2016, compared with $17.55 billion a month earlier, CBE announced in a statement. The statement did not reveal the reason behind this decline amid a foreign currency shortage that the country has been facing since 2011. Source: Almal  Chinese firm to inject $20bn investments in Egypt. Egypt’s Ministry of Investment stated that China Fortune Land Development (CFDL) plans to inject $20 billion investments within the coming ten years in the new administrative capital. Source:Mubasher  NBE finances SMEs with EGP 28bn in June. National Bank of Egypt appropriated EGP 28 billion ($314.02 million) for financing 47,000 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), Very small enterprises have been backed by EGP 3.3 billion ($370.1 million). During the fiscal year 2015/16, the bank managed EGP 200 billion ($25.5 billion) to fund 18,000 SMEs, around 77% of customers were granted loans to expand their established enterprises, while the other 23% was financed for launching their projects. Source:Reuters  Bank du Caire's FY15 profits hit EGP 2.8bn. Banque du Caire earned EGP 2.8 billion in the fiscal year 2015, higher 33% year-on-year from EGP 2.1 billion. FY15 profit growth was attributed to the volume of assets that increased to EGP 91 billion from EGP 73 billion a year earlier, the bank plans on hiking its capital to EGP 2.25 billion from EGP 1.6 billion in the upcoming period. Source:Reuters  SAIBANK profits grow 47% in Q2. Societe Arabe Internationale de Banque (SAIBANK) reported an increase of 47% in net profits for the second quarter of 2016. The lender said it saw net profits of $16.3 million for Q2-2016, up from $11.1 million. Source:Mubasher  S. Africa beats Nigeria to become Africa's biggest economy. South Africa’s economy has beaten that of Nigeria to become the continent’s largest in dollar terms. The ‘rainbow nation’ regains a title it lost more than two years to Africa’s most populous nation. The Nigerian naira has been dropping whiles the South African rand keeps making gains against the dollar. Bloomberg quotes the size of South Africa’s economy being $301 billion at the rand’s current exchange rate, while Nigeria’s being $296 billion, based on gross domestic product (GDP) at the end of 2015 published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Source:Bloomberg  Africa has potential to become a world reference in renewable energy. Africa’s renewable energy industry is the most promising on the continent. Investors believe in the ability of Africa to become a world reference for renewable energy. Projects in this sector represent a high potential in realizing higher returns on investment. Solar energy is the most promising energy solution by the year 2020 and Africa is now entering a global trend of development of renewable energy at the expense of fossil fuels. However, investors cited issues surrounding legal procedures and governance as some of the main setbacks. Source:africanews.com  Tunisia issues $500 million Eurobond with USAID guarantee. Tunisia has issued a $500 million Eurobond to plug part of its budget deficit and finance development projects. The rate of interest was set at 1.416%. The bond already obtained more than $3 billion. This is the fifth time that Tunisia has sourced for funds from the international debt market since the fall of former president Ben Ali in January 2011. Source: allafrica.com  DR Congo's 2015 growth slows to 7.7%. Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) recorded a decrease in its economic growth of 7.7% for 2015 from a high of 9.2% in 2014. Growth during the period was derived mainly from mining, transportation, telecommunications and manufacturing sectors. It is projected that the economy will continue with its downward trend in 2016 with growth decelerating to 7% before rebounding to 8% in 2017. Source: Bloomberg  US pledges $407 million aid to Tanzania after a 4-month hiatus. After suspending aid to Tanzania in March, the United States pledged $ 407-million-dollar aid to the East African country. US Millennium Challenge corporation had said that Tanzania had violated its commitment to democracy over the March polls in the semi-autonomous island of Zanzibar. Source:Reuters  Chinese, African companies signed $17B business deals. Companies from China and Africa signed more than 40 business deals totaling about 17 billion dollars. The deals, involving government departments, financial institutions and industrial enterprises, were signed. The Chinese and African companies span the sectors of infrastructure, processing and manufacturing, finance, investment, energy, chemicals, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and ICT. Source:africanews.com  Kenya's central bank reduces lending rate by 100 basis points. Kenya’s central bank has lowered its benchmark lending rate by 100 basis points to 10.5 per cent citing a fall in the country’s overall inflation. During a meeting chaired by the Central Bank of
  8. 8. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 8 of 13 Business Updates – Egypt Regulatory Updates – Egypt  Member of Egyptian Federation for Construction and Building Contractors ‘EFCBC’ demands urgent floatation of Egyptian pound to avoid bankruptcy of factories  Sawiris and Cypriot partner to develop touristic real estate project, Sawiris is contributing 80% through Gemini Holding and Makronisos with 20%, the project consists of two residential towers, including 180 residential apartments, 29 villas, and a marina for yachts. The project’s estimated sales are worth €500m  15.8% decline in shipments traded through Damietta port in August  Suez Canal Authority studies collecting fees in yuan after adding it to SDR  111% increase in Egyptian exports to Cyprus from €9m (2015) to €19m (2016), units, main exports are raw salt, natural sand, stones, marble and ceramic tableware, foil paper and tableware made from aluminum, cables, tobacco, cigars, chemicals, organic solvents, and fresh fruit and vegetables  China Fortune Land Development discuss building 30m sqm integrated industrial zone  EGP 42m fresh fruit exports during the first half of 2016  112% increase in Egyptian exports to UAE at $1.125bn in H1-2016 against $530m in H1-2015, products include televisions, raw gold, furniture, oranges, onions, shisha tobacco, electronic monitors, reception and television transmission devices, potatoes, electric cables, copper wire, and coal.  Egypt received 16.65% of total Brazilian exports valued $872.79m, ranks third in Arab world, main commodities are meat at 34.88% of total export value, Sugar at 26.62%, followed by cereals at 6.52%  Alkan Group invests $600m into Citadel Plaza project over 5-year period  Hyde Park Properties targets EGP 3bn in sales by end of 2017  IL Monte Galala chosen as best residential low-rise project in emerging markets by Cityscape Global  Abraj Misr expects EGP 1.6bn in sales by year’s end  Talaat Moustafa Group Holding Company ‘TMG’ to invest EGP 2.5bn in Madinaty, Rehab, Four Seasons in second half of 2016 CBE New Regulations 1. Circular dated 20 July 2016 regarding Liquidity Regulation according to Basel III (LCR- NSFR)
  9. 9. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 9 of 13 Sr Figures in EGP unless specified Sector P.C. Open Close %CHG Last Price High Low Value (LE) Volume Trades Market Cap (LE Million) Banks 1 Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank- Egypt Banks 3.68 3.68 3.61 -1.9 3.6 3.63 3.6 206,020 57,000 23 722 2 Al Baraka Bank Egypt Banks 8.57 8.57 8.56 -0.12 8.55 8.6 8.55 15,679 1,832 3 1,171 3 Commercial International Bank Banks 49.03 49.03 49.09 0.12 48.87 50 48.72 22,344,246 455,194 682 56,643 4 Credit Agricole Egypt Banks 22 22 22 0 22.02 22 22.02 18,012 818 2 6,840 5 Export Development Bank of Egypt Banks 9.06 9.06 9.04 -0.22 9.05 9.05 9 31,949 3,533 4 1,302 6 Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt Banks 9.13 9.13 9.13 0 9.25 9.74 9.25 8,922 950 5 610 7 Housing & Development Bank Banks 16.79 16.79 16.82 0.18 16.8 17.2 16.8 214,448 12,748 14 2,128 8 Qatar National Bank Banks 32.05 32.05 32.05 0 32.9 33 32.9 1,814 55 4 20,680 Basic Resources 9 Arab Aluminum Basic Resources 9 9 9 0 8.5 8.5 8.5 6,188 728 1 51 10 Egypt Aluminum Basic Resources 11.02 11.02 11 -0.18 11 11 11 10,120 920 1 1,375 11 Egyptian Iron & Steel Basic Resources 6.26 6.26 6.25 -0.16 6.15 6.35 6.15 1,812,323 289,827 99 3,053 12 EZZ Steel Basic Resources 7.29 7.29 7.25 -0.55 7.13 7.37 7.13 10,012,402 1,380,989 502 3,939 13 Misr National Steel Basic Resources 10.64 10.64 10.7 0.56 10.65 10.7 10.65 114,029 10,660 4 321 Chemicals 14 ABOU KIR Fertilizers Chemicals 114.5 114.5 114.5 0 110 110 110 5,500 50 1 9,632 15 Egyptian Chemical Industries Chemicals 3.55 3.55 3.52 -0.85 3.48 3.58 3.48 503,315 142,807 65 1,433 16 Egyptian Financial & Industrial Chemicals 7.58 7.58 7.57 -0.13 7.42 7.65 7.42 3,914,736 517,067 186 525 17 Misr Chemical Industries Chemicals 3.74 3.74 3.89 4.01 3.93 3.93 3.71 57,388 14,750 11 253 18 Misr Fertilizers Production Company Chemicals 29.17 29.17 27.7 -5.04 27 29.1 26.99 791,648 28,575 97 6,347 Construction and Materials 19 ACROW Misr Construction and Materials 32.8 32.8 32.8 0 32.32 32.3 32.32 6,464 200 1 361 20 Alexandria Cement Construction and Materials 6 6 6 0 5.92 5.92 5.91 3,340 565 2 1,542 21 Arabian Cement Company Construction and Materials 5.48 5.48 5.46 -0.36 5.3 5.6 5.3 6,574,405 1,203,993 409 2,068 22 Delta Construction & Rebuilding Construction and Materials 4.76 4.76 4.96 4.2 4.94 4.97 4.94 44,044 8,872 5 115 23 Egyptian for Developing Building Materials Construction and Materials 7.05 7.05 7.06 0.14 7.16 7.22 7 121,685 17,229 24 39 24 ELSAEED Contracting& Real Estate Investment Company SCCD Construction and Materials 0.85 0.85 0.84 -1.18 0.83 0.85 0.83 351,058 418,037 31 476 25 Giza General Contracting Construction and Materials 1.51 1.51 1.46 -3.31 1.45 1.49 1.43 318,017 218,151 35 241 26 LECICO Egypt Construction and Materials 2.01 2.01 2 -0.5 2 2 1.98 53,280 26,653 18 160 27 Modern Company for water proofing Construction and Materials 0.69 0.69 0.67 -2.9 0.67 0.69 0.67 29,208 43,333 6 80 28 National Cement Construction and Materials 6.73 6.73 6.49 -3.57 6.55 6.55 6.3 10,874 1,676 4 670 29 RUBEX International for Plastic and Acrylic Manufacturing Construction and Materials 5.27 5.27 5.07 -3.8 5.07 5.07 5.07 15,210 3,000 1 51 30 Sinai Cement Construction and Materials 23.85 23.85 22.56 -5.41 22.58 22.6 22.53 26,846 1,190 5 1,579 31 South Valley Cement Construction and Materials 4 4 4.02 0.5 3.94 4.07 3.94 1,340,015 333,595 124 1,939 32 Suez Cement Construction and Materials 9.98 9.98 9.98 0 9.85 9.91 9.85 4,943 500 2 1,815 Financial Services 33 AMER Group Holding Financial Services 0.28 0.28 0.28 0 0.27 0.28 0.27 1,362,742 4,876,629 71 1,277 34 Arabia Investments Holding Financial Services 0.87 0.87 0.87 0 0.87 0.88 0.86 831,197 954,353 37 383 35 Belton Financial Holding Financial Services 9.74 9.74 10.54 8.21 10.7 10.7 10.1 298,617 28,340 54 1,781 36 Citadel Capital Financial Services 0.9 0.9 0.88 -2.22 0.88 0.9 0.87 7,850,198 8,884,130 280 1,248 Key Valuation Indicators (as on September 29, 2016)
  10. 10. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 10 of 13 Sr Figures in EGP unless specified Sector P.C. Open Close %CHG Last Price High Low Value (LE) Volume Trades Market Cap (LE Million) 37 Delta Insurance Financial Services 6.41 6.41 6.35 -0.94 6.4 6.4 6.3 19,050 3,000 3 143 38 Egyptian Arabian Securities Brokerage EAC Financial Services 0.71 0.71 0.7 -1.41 0.69 0.7 0.69 28,671 41,251 11 44 39 Egyptian Financial Group-Hermes Holding Company Financial Services 12.36 12.36 12.39 0.24 12.39 12.5 12.3 50,815,560 4,101,269 601 7,619 40 El Ahli Investment and Development Financial Services 5.21 5.21 5.17 -0.77 5.17 5.2 5.14 44,729 8,650 7 103 41 MOHANDES Insurance Financial Services 19.2 19.2 20.1 4.69 20.2 20.2 20 60,299 3,000 8 201 42 ORASCOM Construction Limited Financial Services 70.41 70.41 71.24 1.18 70.5 72 70.5 24,766,885 347,653 153 8,409 43 Pioneers Holding Financial Services 9.24 9.24 9.25 0.11 9.16 9.35 9.16 1,607,941 173,774 88 6,553 44 Prime Holding Financial Services 2.21 2.21 2.18 -1.36 2.15 2.23 2.15 286,879 131,653 34 159 45 Egyptian Financial Group-Hermes Holding Company Financial Services 6.41 6.41 6.35 -0.94 6.4 6.4 6.3 19,050 3,000 3 143 46 Egyptians Abroad for Investment & Development Financial Services 0.71 0.71 0.7 -1.41 0.69 0.7 0.69 28,671 41,251 11 44 Food and Beverage 47 AJWA for Food Industries company Egypt Food and Beverage 1.94 1.88 1.85 -4.64 1.83 1.89 1.82 2,066,717 1,115,722 283 186 48 Alexandria Flour Mills Food and Beverage 13.59 13.59 13.59 0 13.6 13.6 13.6 8,160 600 5 109 49 Arabian Food Industries DOMTY Food and Beverage 6.38 6.38 6.28 -1.57 6.26 6.39 6.26 390,552 62,165 27 1,775 50 Atlas Land Reclamation and Agricultural Processing Food and Beverage 6.35 6.35 6.27 -1.26 6.23 6.35 6.23 51,728 8,250 8 37 51 Cairo Oils & Soap Food and Beverage 23.56 23.8 23.68 0.51 23.62 23.8 23.6 4,736,047 200,010 390 947 52 Cairo Poultry Food and Beverage 4.37 4.37 4.37 0 4.44 4.44 4.44 5,550 1,250 1 1,675 53 East Delta Flour Mills Food and Beverage 51.56 51.56 51.56 0 51.95 52 49.01 1,353 27 2 309 54 EDITA Food Industries Food and Beverage 9.98 9.98 9.9 -0.8 9.9 10 9.67 6,708,909 677,708 22 7,181 55 Egyptian Starch & Glucose Food and Beverage 6.5 6.5 6.55 0.77 6.55 6.57 6.55 47,180 7,200 10 328 56 El Nasr for Manufacturing Agricultural Crops Food and Beverage 6.87 6.87 7.06 2.77 6.9 7.23 6.9 58,136 8,235 9 56 57 Extracted Oils Food and Beverage 0.73 0.73 0.73 0 0.72 0.73 0.72 24,863 34,127 6 115 58 International Agricultural Products Food and Beverage 1.52 1.52 1.52 0 1.5 1.5 1.5 2,882 1,921 1 128 59 Ismailia Misr Poultry Food and Beverage 1.66 1.66 1.65 -0.6 1.65 1.67 1.65 42,868 25,950 8 148 60 Ismailia National Food Industries Food and Beverage 3.75 3.75 3.75 0 3.85 3.85 3.85 1,155 300 1 34 61 JUHAYNA Food Industries Food and Beverage 4.13 4.13 4.2 1.69 4.15 4.24 4.12 10,274,492 2,448,911 367 3,954 62 MANSOURAH Poultry Food and Beverage 5 5 5.1 2 5.05 5.1 5.05 38,377 7,525 5 74 63 Middle & West Delta Flour Mills Food and Beverage 58.49 58.49 57.02 -2.51 57.01 58.1 57.01 28,795 505 2 428 64 Middle Egypt Flour Mills Food and Beverage 14.19 14.19 14.12 -0.49 14.15 14.3 14.01 111,992 7,930 11 208 65 Misr Oils & Soap Food and Beverage 11.5 11.5 11.5 0 10.35 10.4 10.35 4,316 417 2 69 66 National company for maize products Food and Beverage 11.11 11.11 11.07 -0.36 11 11.2 11 52,918 4,779 5 327 67 North Cairo Mills Food and Beverage 13.23 13.23 13.39 1.21 13.5 13.5 13.21 204,211 15,247 21 143 68 Agricultural Crops Food and Beverage 8.66 8.66 8.66 0 8.31 8.32 8.31 8,315 1,000 2 52 69 SHARKIA National Food Food and Beverage 2.77 2.77 2.77 0 2.66 2.66 2.66 1,995 750 3 45 70 Flour Mills Food and Beverage 1.71 1.71 1.69 -1.17 1.71 1.71 1.67 312,685 184,660 69 170 Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 71 Advanced Pharmaceutical Packaging Co. (APP) Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 2.53 2.53 2.49 -1.58 2.41 2.78 2.41 126,770 50,895 42 22 72 Alexandria Pharmaceuticals Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 54.5 54.5 54.5 0 54.5 54.5 54.5 27,250 500 2 273 73 Arab Pharmaceuticals Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 8.11 8.11 7.76 -4.32 7.7 7.94 7.69 316,023 40,749 61 47 74 Cleopatra Hospital Company Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 9.65 9.65 9.7 0.52 9.65 9.7 9.65 746,458 76,961 8 1,940 75 Egyptian International Pharmaceuticals (EIPICO) Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 70 70 68 -2.86 68 68 68 46,580 685 1 5,395 76 El-Nile Co. For Pharmaceuticals and Chemical Industries Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 9.11 9.11 9.11 0 9.2 9.2 9.2 9,200 1,000 3 92 77 Medical Packaging Company Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 0.72 0.72 0.71 -1.39 0.7 0.73 0.7 368,967 516,642 71 45 78 SABAA International Company for Pharmaceutical and Chemical Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals 2.97 2.97 3.1 4.38 3.1 3.1 3.1 15,500 5,000 4 93
  11. 11. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 11 of 13 Sr Figures in EGP unless specified Sector P.C. Open Close %CHG Last Price High Low Value (LE) Volume Trades Market Cap (LE Million) Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 79 Alexandria Containers and Goods Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 85.83 85.83 85.95 0.14 86.36 86.4 85.54 397,025 4,619 27 12,709 80 Canal Shipping Agencies Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 4.92 4.92 4.84 -1.63 4.82 5 4.8 36,330 7,500 8 968 81 Egyptian Transport Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 3.4 3.4 3.35 -1.47 3.33 3.44 3.32 59,883 17,876 16 105 82 El AHRAM Co. For Printing and Packing Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 3.38 3.38 3.44 1.78 3.39 3.51 3.39 127,607 37,097 20 29 83 El Nasr Transformers Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 5.25 5.25 5.3 0.95 5.14 5.38 5.14 14,585 2,750 4 211 84 Electro Cable Egypt Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 0.75 0.75 0.75 0 0.74 0.75 0.74 92,413 123,939 26 391 85 ELSWEDY ELECTRIC Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 50.99 50.99 51 0.02 51 51 51 3,525,018 69,118 14 11,394 86 GB AUTO Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 2.23 2.23 2.23 0 2.22 2.24 2.22 669,896 300,692 67 2,440 87 Modern SHOROUK Printing & Packaging Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 7.31 7.31 7.31 0 7.05 7.05 7.05 705 100 1 87 88 United Arab Shipping Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 0.73 0.73 0.72 -1.37 0.71 0.73 0.71 479,016 663,780 52 144 89 Universal for Paper and Packaging Materials Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 10.07 10.07 10.06 -0.1 10.06 10.1 10.05 58,914 5,857 8 80 90 Delta for Printing & Packaging Industrial Goods and Services and Automobiles 6.8 6.8 6.8 0 7.13 7.13 7.13 1,783 250 1 38 Media 91 Egyptian Media Production City Media 2.71 2.71 2.71 0 2.71 2.82 2.7 57,120 21,055 14 514 Oil and Gas 92 Alexandria Mineral Oils Company Oil and Gas 38.42 38.42 40.97 6.64 39.4 42.3 38.98 234,941,733 5,733,955 292 3,528 93 GMC Group for Industrial Commercial & Financial Investments Oil and Gas 0.81 0.81 0.83 2.47 0.82 0.84 0.81 151,537 182,840 39 35 Personal and Household Products 94 Alexandria Spinning & Weaving Personal and Household Products 0.79 0.79 0.79 0 0.79 0.79 0.79 22,535 28,525 9 236 95 Arab Cotton Ginning Personal and Household Products 2.71 2.71 2.69 -0.74 2.67 2.73 2.67 2,013,340 747,492 135 712 96 Ceramic & Porcelain Personal and Household Products 3.03 3.03 3.01 -0.66 3 3.05 3 76,224 25,316 17 152 97 Eastern Tobacco Personal and Household Products 203.1 203.1 200 -1.5 196.63 200 196.63 5,748,770 28,744 13 10,000 98 El Nasr Clothes & Textiles Personal and Household Products 0.98 0.98 0.97 -1.02 0.97 0.97 0.97 48,340 49,835 14 328 99 Oriental Weavers Personal and Household Products 7.74 7.74 7.79 0.65 7.64 7.92 7.64 12,554,575 1,611,620 495 3,506 Real Estate 100 Arab Real Estate Investment Real Estate 0.6 0.6 0.59 -1.67 0.58 0.6 0.58 207,033 350,378 31 145 101 Cairo Development and Investment Real Estate 3.13 3.13 3.08 -1.6 3.06 3.1 3.05 218,657 71,000 33 154 102 Egyptian Real Estate Group Real Estate 7.29 7.29 7.25 -0.55 7.25 7.3 7.22 75,719 10,446 20 55 103 Egyptians for Investment & Urban Development Real Estate 1.49 1.49 1.45 -2.68 1.44 1.46 1.43 118,178 81,690 18 58 104 Egyptians Housing Development & Reconstruction Real Estate 3.04 3.04 3 -1.32 2.99 3.01 2.99 49,656 16,552 8 275 105 El Arabia for Land Reclamation Real Estate 6.02 6.02 6.02 0 5.8 5.8 5.8 1,769 305 2 31 106 El KAHERA Housing Real Estate 10.41 10.41 9.95 -4.42 10 10 9.37 39,811 4,000 4 896 107 El Shams Housing & Urbanization Real Estate 2.35 2.35 2.31 -1.7 2.3 2.33 2.27 148,625 64,445 19 280 108 Emaar Misr for Development Real Estate 2.28 2.28 2.27 -0.44 2.25 2.29 2.25 4,590,898 2,024,194 136 10,486 109 GHARBIA Islamic Housing Development Real Estate 4.44 4.44 4.37 -1.58 4.32 4.4 4.32 64,526 14,750 13 25 110 Gulf Canadian Real Estate Investment Co. Real Estate 6.95 6.95 7 0.72 7 7 7 63,000 9,000 2 35 111 Heliopolis Housing Real Estate 50.95 50.95 50.96 0.02 50.51 51 50.51 1,962,766 38,518 43 5,670 112 MEDINET Nasr Housing Real Estate 14.3 14.3 14.24 -0.42 14.2 14.4 14.15 8,039,492 564,539 127 7,120 113 Mena Touristic & Real Estate Investment Real Estate 0.95 0.95 0.95 0 0.93 0.96 0.93 23,056 24,200 6 71 114 National Housing for Professional Syndicates Real Estate 14.64 14.64 14.64 0 13.18 13.2 13.18 1,979 150 2 234 115 National Real Estate Bank for Development Real Estate 7.96 7.96 7.95 -0.13 7.88 8.14 7.88 36,473 4,590 9 41 116 North Africa Co. for Real Estate Investment Real Estate 1.05 1.05 1.05 0 1.04 1.06 1.04 20,297 19,422 15 179 117 Palm Hills Development Company Real Estate 2.38 2.38 2.37 -0.42 2.36 2.39 2.35 27,034,454 11,408,85 7 183 5,472
  12. 12. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 12 of 13 Sr Figures in EGP unless specified Sector P.C. Open Close %CHG Last Price High Low Value (LE) Volume Trades Market Cap (LE Million) 118 Porto Group Real Estate 0.26 0.26 0.26 0 0.25 0.26 0.25 814,762 3,139,073 28 1,185 119 Six of October Development & Investment (SODIC) Real Estate 12.26 12.26 12.24 -0.16 12.16 12.4 12.1 3,669,434 299,784 138 4,148 120 T M G Holding Real Estate 5.46 5.46 5.43 -0.55 5.41 5.5 5.4 19,138,628 3,527,351 212 11,205 121 United Housing & Development Real Estate 7.07 7.07 7.18 1.56 7.19 7.19 7.17 143,501 20,000 9 1,041 122 ZAHRAA Maadi Investment & Development Real Estate 16 16 16.51 3.19 16.7 16.7 16.5 29,469 1,785 7 908 123 MEDINET Nasr Housing Real Estate 13.24 13.24 13.27 0.23 13.6 13.6 12.91 22,890,413 1,724,993 917 6635 124 International Co for Investment & Development Real Estate 8.09 8.09 8.09 0 8.27 8.27 8.27 2,068 250 1 49 Retail 125 ASSIUT Islamic Trading Retail 5.48 5.48 5.1 -6.93 5.1 5.11 5.1 15,313 3,000 2 30 126 General Silos & Storage Retail 29.2 29.2 28.76 -1.51 28.5 29.6 28.35 796,389 27,695 96 288 127 MISR Duty Free Shops Retail 3.24 3.24 3.23 -0.31 3.23 3.23 3.23 12,875 3,986 2 303 Technology 128 Raya Holding for Technology and Communications Technology 4.39 4.39 4.36 -0.68 4.37 4.37 4.35 27,850 6,394 7 440 Telecommunications 129 Telecom Egypt Telecommunications 9.24 9.24 9.19 -0.54 9.15 9.3 9.1 3,514,519 382,315 186 15,688 130 ORASCOM Telecom Media and Technology Holding Telecommunications 0.54 0.54 0.54 0 0.53 0.54 0.53 3,573,761 6,632,362 87 2,833 131 Global Telecom Holding Telecommunications 4.19 4.19 4.16 -0.72 4.12 4.23 4.12 10,028,996 2,410,227 221 21,822 Market Aggregate 92981760 256262846 2192 216025 Source: Reuters, Egypt Stock Exchange, Mubasher and Research Egypt | Main Economic Indicators: Consumer Price Index – 1 Year Core Inflation – 1 Year Monthly Data Month Latest Previous Year Ago Consumer Price Index [CPI] [Index Point] AUG/16 190 184 168 Core Inflation [Year/Year, PCT Change] AUG/16 13.25 12.31 5.55 GDP Growth (Percent) DEC/15 3.8 4.5 4.5 GDP ($ Billions) DEC/15 331 302 286 Foreign Reserves ($ Billions) AUG/16 16.6 17.6 16.4 Oil Output (BBL/D) JUL/16 493 496 510 Suez Canal (Revenue $ Million) JUL/16 429 418.7 437.7 Money Supply M2 (EGP Billion) JUL/16 2122 2094 1851
  13. 13. QUARTER REPORT 3rd Quarter [Q3] 2016 National Bank of Oman – Egypt Page 13 of 13 www.nbo.co.om National Bank of Oman - Egypt, Treasury Division, 133/135 Abdel Aziz Fahmy Street, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt Tel: +20 2 2290 9301 CONTACT Treasury and Research Khaled A. Eid (+202) 2290 9301 KhaledEid@nbo.co.om
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