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EFG Hermes Holdings SAE (HRHO.CA)

HRHO.CA on The Egyptian Exchange

18.70EGP
14 Aug 2019
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About

EFG Hermes Holdings SAE is an Egypt-based investment bank with a presence in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, Oman, and Pakistan. The Bank operates under the following segments: Holding and Treasury, Brokerage, Asset Management, Investment Banking, Private Equity, Leasing, Micro Finance, as well as Assets... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.24
Market Cap(Mil.): £12,782.12
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 768.62
Dividend: 0.65
Yield (%): 3.52

Financials

Dubai developer DAMAC Properties, contractor Arabtec Q2 profits drop

DUBAI, Aug 14 Property developer DAMAC Properties Dubai Co PJSC reported a nearly 87% drop in second-quarter net profit on Wednesday, hurt by the emirate's slumping property market.

14 Aug 2019

Egyptian digital payment firm Fawry sets IPO price at 6.46 Egyptian pounds

CAIRO Egyptian digital payment company Fawry has set the price for its initial public offering (IPO) at 6.46 Egyptian pounds ($0.3906), it said on Friday.

26 Jul 2019

Egyptian digital payment firm Fawry sets IPO price at 6.46 Egyptian pounds

CAIRO Egyptian digital payment company Fawry has set the price for its initial public offering (IPO) at 6.46 Egyptian pounds ($0.3906), it said on Friday.

26 Jul 2019

MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks lead most Gulf markets higher, Kuwait keeps rallying

* Gulf banks strong after EFG Hermes forecast * Saudi's United Electronics gains on strong Q2 earnings * Kuwait surges for ninth day * Egypt's COMI rises on higher Q2 profit * Bank of Sharjah slips further on weak Q1 results By Ateeq Shariff July 9 Major Gulf markets closed higher on Tuesday, mostly riding on banks after Egypt's EFG Hermes forecast a higher second-quarter profit for the Middle East's financial sector, while Kuwait continued to rise for a

09 Jul 2019

DAMAC's first-quarter profits drop 94% as Dubai property market slumps

DUBAI, May 15 Dubai's DAMAC Properties , the owner and operator of the only Trump-branded golf club in the Middle East, reported a 94% annual drop in first-quarter net profit, pressured by a slump in the emirate's property market.

15 May 2019

EFG Hermes advising on $500 million M&A deal in Saudi Arabia, more in pipeline: executive

DUBAI Egypt's EFG Hermes is working on a $500 million merger and acquisition in Saudi Arabia and expects more deals to come out of the kingdom this year, especially from the private sector, its head of investment banking told Reuters.

04 Mar 2019
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