Friday, April 15th. Al-Shorouk Economic Bulletin: Petrol price increase and 15% rise in oil prices

“Al-Shorouk” presents to you the five in the evening bulletin, which deals with the most important news of the economy and the financial and business community that took place throughout the day.

Al-Shorouk Economic Bulletin monitors the most important economic news today, Friday, April 15, 2022, which came to the fore:

Increasing the price of petrol by 25 piasters, and fixing the price of diesel
At its meeting after the end of last March, the Petroleum Products Automatic Pricing Committee decided to increase the current prices of all types of petrol by 25 piasters, and to set the price of diesel until the end of next June. petrol 80, and 8.75 pounds for a liter of petrol 92, and 9.75 pounds for a liter of petrol 95, and fix the selling price of diesel at 6.75 pounds per liter.
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Trial launch of the pre-registration system for shipments (ACI) at airports, mid-May
The Minister of Finance, Mohamed Maait, has confirmed that the trial launch of the ACI system for pre-registration of consignments will take place at the airports in mid-May, and the mandatory operation will start on 1 October 2022, contributing to the achievement of the desired objectives of the national project to modernize and mechanize the customs system, through simplification and digitization.Procedures, work to reduce customs clearance time, reduce import and export costs, stimulate trade movement, encourage exports, facilitate the business community, and enrollment of bad or unidentified goods.
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Al-Mashat discusses joint cooperation with European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation and Governor of Egypt at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, discussed with Beata Gavorcik, Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, a number of axes of joint action, including the repercussions of current global developments and the Russo-Ukrainian crisis, as well as the economic consequences of the Corona pandemic discuss.
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Misr Petroleum increases oil prices by 15%
The Misr Petroleum Company, affiliated with the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, has increased oil prices by up to 15% since Friday morning, according to the company’s price bulletin.
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EgyptAir allows you to take an additional 10kg bag
EgyptAir has announced the launch of a new service, which includes the ability to purchase additional weight when traveling for a bag weighing 10 kg, to offer suitable options for all passenger needs, and explains that the passenger has the possibility have to choose between the two categories of additional weight, or a bag weighing 23 kg, or a bag weighing only 10 kg, and note that it is a new category, less expensive, according to the needs of the passenger .
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Start sending middle-income unit holders files to funding agencies
The Minister of Housing, Dr. Assem Al-Jazzar, has announced the launch of the Social Housing and Property Financing Fund; The files of the detainees who reserved the housing units were presented to the various financing bodies within the announcement of the middle-income citizens in the projects (Sakan Misr, Dar Misr, Jannah) in preparation for the start of the process to inquire about them . , adding that this step comes only 10 days after the discussion door is closed for the units offered to middle-income citizens in projects (Sakan Misr, Dar Misr, Jannah), as proof of the diligent work of the fund.
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Intense demand for “We are all one” initiative stores to get discounted goods
For the thirtieth consecutive day, citizens flocked en masse to the outlets and pavilions announced by the Ministry of the Interior, and to take part in the activities of the 22nd phase of the “We are all one” initiative, which took place in mid-March. was launched under the protection of. of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, on the occasion of the month Ramadan Burgers, the Ministry of Home Affairs expands the 22nd phase of the initiative; To allow them to take advantage of the huge discounts provided by the initiative, which helped lift the burden on their shoulders, making basic commodities and yarns accessible to all during the holy month.
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3 pounds, a rise in gold prices, and 1016 pounds
Gold prices rose by 3 pounds in local markets during trading today, Friday, as the price of a 21-carat gram rose, influenced by the rise of the yellow metal in global stock exchanges, to around 1016 pounds, compared to 1013 pounds at the end of trading yesterday, and a gram of 24 carats gained about 1157 pounds, and the price of a gram rose 18 carats, to record 872 pounds, and the price of the gold pound increased by 24 pounds rose, to about 8,128 pounds, according to Naguib Club, the former secretary general of the Gold Works division in the former Cairo chamber.
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The supply of “okra” in the markets is limited … and the harvest is in July
The head of the Central Administration of Orchards and Agricultural Crops, Mahmoud Atta, said that the reasons for the increase in the prices of the “okra” crop are that the supply in the market is now considered promising and in limited quantities, as the crop is planted in the months of January and February; It varies in the area of ​​cultivation in Upper and Lower Egypt, and the harvest takes place in July, so its prices have risen to these crazy numbers.
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Oil rises .. Brent crude jumps 2% above $ 111 level
Oil prices continued to rise during trading today, Friday, after news that the European Union could impose a ban on Russian oil imports, and Brent crude futures rose 2.68% to $ 111.70 a barrel for June delivery, and West Texas Intermediate crude futures were The US dollar rose 2.59% to rise at the settlement to $ 106.95 per barrel for delivery in May.
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