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Business - Banks

Radwa Alaa - 2013-04-29 10:36:43
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) offers US$ 40 million on Monday to local banks at its 52nd FX auction and the 36th one since Hisham Ramez has been named the Governor of CBE last February. This auction brings the value of dollars offered at FX auctions under the leadership of Ramez to US$ 1.44 billion, in addition to US$ 600 million offered at an exceptional auction to provide banks with the dollar liquidity needed to import wheat, meat, cooking oil and other basic goods. CBE offered US$ 80 million only last week at two auctions on Monday and Wednesday so as to limit the increase in the value of dollar against the Egyptian pound. The dollar’s value rose to EGP 6.9563 at the end of the week’s transactions, while it steadied at EGP 6.9334 at the beginning of last week. More»
Moustafa Adel - 2013-04-29 09:36:37
The Egyptian Ministry of Finance will meet on Tuesday officials from CitiBank for the fourth time to discuss possible ways to receive technical support from the bank to issue sukuk (Islamic bonds), said Dr. Ahmed El Naggar, adviser to the Minister of Finance and the one responsible for sukuk. Egypt has made progress in negotiations with many international financial institutions to receive the required technical support and market sukuk all over the world, he added. The Ministry received offers to establish 20 projects. Feasibility studies of four projects, which will be financed through sukuk, have been submitted and they are: Ain Shams-10th of Ramadan Train Project (requires investments worth EGP 4.5 billion), Black Sand Project in Kafr El-Sheikh (requires investments worth US$ 150 million) and Silos Project which will be launched next July  and it requires investments worth EGP 4 billion. More»
Mohamed Hamdy and Moustafa Adel - 2013-04-29 09:00:43
The National Bank of Egypt (NBE), Banque Misr, Alex Bank Intesa Sanpaolo and Nasser Social Bank have raised interest rate on loans offered to finance the third phase of White Taxi project from 11.5% to 13.5%, a source said. The contract of the project, which aims at encouraging taxi owners to replace their aging cabs with new automobiles, will be signed today under which 15,000 cars will be financed. NBE, Alex Bank and Banque Misr offered EGP 340 million, EGP 1 billion and EGP 550 million, respectively to the project. The costs of interest rate incurred by the Ministry of Finance reached EGP 50 million, as a result of deferring the payments. More»
Radwa Alaa - 2013-04-29 08:02:04
The Egyptian dollar-denominated certificate of deposit launched by the National Bank of Egypt (NBE) on behalf of the Ministry of Finance attracted US$ 194 million in a year since it was launched at the end of April 2012 in seven Arab countries for Egyptian expatriates. Despite having a high return of 4%, the certificate does not witness a high demand in the last period because Egyptian expatriates are wary about the economic and political situations in Egypt as the certificates attracted US$ 3.5 million since last March. The Finance Ministry and the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) approved to extend the period of selling the CDs for six months starting from April 25th to September 25th. The dollar CDs were launched by the National Bank of Egypt (NBE), Banque Misr, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, National Bank of Kuwait, Ahli United Bank, Arab Bank and Arab Banking Corporation in May 2012 with term of three years and annual return of 4% that is refundable after six months with a minimum purchasing limit of US$ 1000 and no maximum limit. The return is calculated from the beginning of the first day of the following month of the purchasing date as long as it precedes the following new month with at least five days. More»
Moustafa Adel - 2013-04-28 14:43:51
The Egyptian Ministry of Finance sold 91- and 266-day treasury bills worth EGP 6 billion. The Ministry raised EGP 3 billion in 91-day T-bills and EGP 3 billion in 266-day T-bills. Yields on 91-day T-bills ranged from 12.849% to 13.148%, while the average return registered 13.018%. Yields on 266-day T-bills ranged from 13.549% to 13.830%, while the average return registered 13.743%. The Ministry sold treasury bills and bonds worth EGP 13.5 billion last week. The Ministry sells these government debt instruments to finance the burgeoning budget deficit which widened to EGP 146.5 billion during the period from July 2012 to February 2013, registering 8.2% if the country’s GDP. The budget deficit is expected to reach EGP 190 million by the end of the current fiscal year. More»