Egypt’s Stock Exchange has resumed trading Commercial International Bank (CIB) shares on October 25 after suspending it on October 23 at the request of the Financial Regulatory Authority (FRA), Ahram Online reports.

FRA has filed a request to the Egyptian stock market to suspend the trading of CIB’s shares over what a leaked document from the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) described as “serious violations of the Central Bank’s laws, decisions, and norms,” according to state-run Al Ahram.

During the opening of Sunday’s trading session, CIB shares downed by 10 percent, the maximum allowed decline limit, pushing Egypt’s stock market to suspend trading on them for ten minutes, after which trading resumed again.