The Central Bank of Egypt's Monetary Policy Committee raised key interest rates by two percentage points, leading to an unprecedented high of 16.75 percent, according to Bloomberg and other sources.
The increase, which defied all investment bank predictions, resulted in Egyptian stocks falling the most in the world on Monday.
The decision comes a month after the International Monetary Fund had shown favor for higher borrowing costs, describing interest rates as an instrument to control inflation.
On Monday 15 October the British royal family announced that the Duchess of Sussex is pregnant.
prepare to be amazed by what the theaters have to offer this week.
In the past few years, artistic cinema has been struggling to survive the strong wave of mainstream high-budget movies.
On Tuesday, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced the winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2018 “for groundbreaking inventions in the field of laser physics.”
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