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People's Assembly opening and return to trading of Orascom Telecom stocks give the market a boost

The Kingdom permits overseas listing, taking it a step closer to direct ownership for foreign investors

Orascom Telecom's return to the market spurs a Sunday appetite for high-cap stocks, as investors ignore imminent protests and push turnover to a recent high

Europe's financial markets take the downgrade of nine countries in their stride, suggesting rating agencies are losing their influence

Dispute escalates between north and south, as Khartoum seizes crude to compensate for unpaid transit fees

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