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Egyptian Starch & Glucose Company Snapshot
Egyptian Starch & Glucose operates within the Wet corn milling sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Egyptian Starch & Glucose with three other bakery and confectionary companies in Middle East: Carmit Candy Industries Ltd. of Israel (2015 sales of 128.34 million Israel Shekels [US$33.46 million] ), Sweets Of Oman of Oman (12.00 million Omani Rials [US$31.17 million] ), and General Silos and Storage (425.77 million Egyptian Pounds [US$47.95 million] ).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended December of 2015, sales at Egyptian Starch & Glucose were 430.59 million Egyptian Pounds (US$48.49 million). This is a decrease of 20.6% versus 2014, when the company's sales were 542.27 million Egyptian Pounds.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Egyptian Starch & Glucose
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (10/20/2016): 6.19
(Figures in Egyptian Pounds)
1 Week -1.6%   13 Weeks -3.4%  
4 Weeks 1.5%   52 Weeks -7.7%  
Egyptian Starch & Glucose Key Data:
  Ticker: ESGI Country: Egypt
  Exchanges: CAI Major Industry: Food, Beverage & Tobacco
    Sub Industry: Wet Corn Milling
  2015 Sales 430,585,228
(Year Ending Jan 2016).
Employees: 838
  Currency: Egyptian Pounds Market Cap: 309,980,220
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 50,077,580
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 45,822,868
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