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Asek Co For Mining Company Snapshot
Asek Co For Mining operates in the Construction sand and gravel sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Asek Co For Mining with three other quarries and stone companies in Middle East: Salbookh Trading Co KSCC of Kuwait (2015 sales of 10.15 million Kuwaiti Dinars [US$33.50 million] ), International Silica Industries Company of Jordan (564,050.00 Jordanian Dinars [US$796,681.14 ] ), and Travertine Company PLC which is also based in Jordan (2.28 million Jordanian Dinars [US$3.22 million] ).

Sales Analysis. Asek Co For Mining reported sales of 702.27 million Egyptian Pounds (US$79.08 million) for the year ending December of 2015. This represents an increase of 11.1% versus 2014, when the company's sales were 632.18 million Egyptian Pounds.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Asek Co For Mining
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (10/13/2016): 4.84
(Figures in Egyptian Pounds)
1 Week -1.8%   13 Weeks -8.3%  
4 Weeks -18.7%   52 Weeks -21.2%  
Asek Co For Mining Key Data:
  Ticker: ASCM Country: Egypt
  Exchanges: CAI Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Construction Sand & Gravel
  2015 Sales 702,267,049
(Year Ending Jan 2016).
Employees: 858
  Currency: Egyptian Pounds Market Cap: 227,480,000
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 47,000,000
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 39,478,119
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