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Traders work near the exchange bell at Egypt's Stock Exchange (EGX) in Cairo July 3, 2013. Cairo's benchmark dipped 0.3 percent, slipping off a three-week high and extending 2013 losses to 9 percent. Bourse data showed that foreign investors were sellers but Egyptians remained net buyers on hopes a military intervention would put an end to the Islamist president's rule. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: BUSINESS)

EGX expected to recover during this week’s trading sessions

The significance of the support level of 14,800 lies in the fact that it represents the previous two weeks’ low, and the neckline of a bearish short-term pattern. “Therefore, we will adopt a conservative viewpoint as long as the indices keep trading below the aforementioned level until the market proves the opposite,” Othman said.

Alyaa Stohy