Traders work at the Egyptian stock exchange in Cairo, May 28, 2015.REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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Reopening after a two-day holiday, Egypt's share market dropped 0.7 percent to 8,315 points.The central bank resumed depreciating the Egyptian pound Thursday for the first time in five months, letting it drop 1.3 percent.PetroRabigh climbed 2.2 percent after saying it would pay a cash dividend of 0.5 riyal per share for 2014 .Takween closed up 1.2 percent at 81.50 riyals, well off its intra-day high of 88.25 riyals, in unusually heavy trade. Saudi Ground Services pulled back 2.5 percent to 72.50 riyals, ending a bull run that began with its listing at 50 riyals last Thursday. Qatar's market edged up 0.6 percent as Qatar National Bank, which had lost 2.1 percent Wednesday, rebounded 1.1 percent.
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