File - Traders work at the Egyptian stock exchange in Cairo August 18, 2013. (REUTERS/Louafi Larbi)
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Egypt's index eased from a 69-month high Sunday as investors awaited next week's presidential election before committing more cash to the market.Egypt's market will trade sideways until after the presidential election on May 26-27, Radwan said.A bomb wounded at least three people at a Cairo election rally for Sisi Saturday, underscoring Egypt's instability nearly a year after he toppled Islamist leader Mohammad Morsi.Elsewhere, Dubai's index fell for a third session, dropping 0.9 percent, while Abu Dhabi slid 0.7 percent.This pair are up 52 and 16 percent respectively this year, but a sustained rally has shown signs of faltering in recent weeks, with Dubai 4.4 percent below May 6's six-year peak, and Abu Dhabi 4.3 percent shy of April 23's eight-year high.
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