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Egypt's stock market rose for a fourth consecutive session Tuesday, to levels last seen before the 2011 revolution, as the country voted on a referendum that is a key step in its planned transition back to civilian rule. Gulf markets were mixed as some investors took profits. Cairo's benchmark index climbed 1.1 percent to close at 7,196 points, a fresh three-year high. Arabtec outperformed the Dubai benchmark, which climbed 0.5 percent to a fresh five-year high.Qatar's bourse rose 0.3 percent, also hitting a fresh five-year high.
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