August Headline Inflation Hits Lowest Since January 2013

Egypt’s annual headline inflation rate fell to a six-and-a-half-year low in August, registering 7.5% from 8.7% in July, opening the way for further rate cuts by the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE).

Egypt’s July Headline Inflation Dips to Four-Year Low

Egypt’s annual headline inflation rate had fallen to a four-year low, dipping to 8.7% in July from 9.4% a month earlier, despite the fresh round of subsidy cuts that pushed domestic fuel prices up by 16-30%.

Egypt Blooming to be Breakout Nation: Morgan Stanley

American investment bank Morgan Stanley indicates that Egypt’s reform program, including EGP flotation and successive rounds of subsidy cuts, alongside public investment in infrastructure, energy, and various mega ...

Shuaa Repels Hikes in Property Prices Under Fuel Price Rises

Dubai-based financial services provider Shuaa Capital expects real estate developers to not raise property prices under the latest round of fuel price hikes, arguing that the increase may reduce demand and eventua ...

June Annual Headline Inflation Hits Lowest Level in 3 Yrs

The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) has indicated that Egypt's annual headline inflation has plummeted to 9.4% in June from 14.1% a month earlier for the first time in 2019 and the l ...

Gov’t Announces New Fuel Prices Under IMF Deal

Egypt’s petroleum ministry announced on July 5 raising fuel prices between 16% and 30%, marking the latest round of fuel subsidy cuts

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