Egypt Yield Drops Most Since Revolt as Stocks Surge on Mursi WinAhmed A. Namatalla
Egypt’s benchmark dollar-bond yield tumbled the most since the early days of last year’s uprising, and stocks posted the biggest gain since 2008 after Islamist Mohamed Mursi won the first free presidential election.
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