Egyptian Shares Retreat After Holiday as Devaluation Bets Fade

  • Stocks fall most since February after April's 8-month high
  • Investor sentiment turns negative on contradictory decisions

Egyptian stocks fell the most in nearly three months as the market reopened after a long weekend and investors lowered their expectations for another devaluation of the nation’s currency.

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