Egyptian Stocks Fall Most Since June as Violence Sparks ProtestsAhmed A. Namatalla and Claudia Maedler
Egyptian shares fell the most in two months as Islamists called for more protests following a government crackdown that has left at least 800 people dead. Borrowing costs rose for the first time in seven weeks at an auction today.
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