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Emaar Misr for Development SAE Company Snapshot
Emaar Misr for Development SAE operates in the Operative builders sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Emaar Misr for Development SAE with three other non-residential construction companies in Middle East: Azorim Investment Development & Construction Company Limited of Israel (2016 sales of 1.52 billion Israel Shekels [US$440.70 million] of which 100% was Construction-Israel), TMG Holding of Egypt (6.55 billion Egyptian Pounds [US$369.62 million] of which 89% was Real Estate), and Africa Israel Residence Limited which is based in Israel (1.28 billion Israel Shekels [US$372.20 million] of which 100% was Development Projects).

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  Stock Performance Chart for Emaar Misr for Development SAE
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (1/18/2018): .81
(Figures in Arab Emirates Dirhams)
1 Week 2.6%   13 Weeks 12.9%  
4 Weeks 9.6%   52 Weeks 43.7%  
Emaar Misr for Development SAE Key Data:
  Ticker: EMFD Country: Egypt
  Exchanges: CAI Major Industry: Consumer Durables & Apparel
    Sub Industry: Operative Builders
  2016 Sales 1,555,222,395
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: N/A
  Currency: Arab Emirates Dirhams Market Cap: 3,680,268,299
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 4,529,338,000
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 3,938,951,240
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