27 Nov 2014
EFG Hermes, one of the Middle East's largest investment banks, confirmed early signs for the recovery of the Egyptian economy in a report issued on 20 November entitled "Early signs of recovery confirmed: More hurdles need to be...
25 Nov 2014
EFG-Hermes expects a new era of depressed oil prices and a stuctural shift in global supply and demand balances, according to a report it released on Tuesday.
The new shift would assist central government budgets from countries like...
19 Nov 2014
The Egyptian pound was flat at a central bank dollar sale on Wednesday but was volatile on the black market as a surge in commercial demand for dollars added to concerns over Egypt's plans to repay a US$2.5 billion Qatari deposit,...
05 Nov 2014
Several of Egypt's major cement producers have begun retrofitting their plants to run on energy from imported coal, beating high gas prices and energy shortages that have curbed industrial output this year.
Egypt has been suffering...
03 Nov 2014
A number of online marketers have demanded legislative regulation for their business, noting that Egypt remains among the Middle East’s biggest five, and the world’s biggest ten, markets.
Haldon Aren, managing director...
21 Oct 2014
The Egyptian Minister of Finance Hany Qadry Dimian on Tuesday said he considered the rise in the country's credit rating by Moody's evidence of the governmental reform plan success but it is not enough to express the positive...
18 Oct 2014
Steel traders have warned that imposing protectionism fees on their imports indicate a possible return to market hegemony for influential steel tycoon and ex-president Hosni Mubarak’s strongman Ahmed Ezz.
The traders said...
14 Apr 2014
Israel's drive to export its new-found natural gas could help to rebuild strained ties with old regional allies Egypt and Turkey, but could deprive Europe of a precious alternative to Russian gas.
Israel has in recent months already...
10 Nov 2013
Egypt is suffering a clear lack of investments, which many businessmen who run factories in various industrial zones across the country have blamed on low-qualified with low production rates.
Since the 25 January revolution,...
10 Nov 2013
Egypt is engaged in a high stakes gamble, using billions of dollars from Gulf Arab allies to stimulate the economy and keep its politically charged streets calm in the hope that investors and tourists will return.