CAIRO (Reuters) – The Egyptian pound weakened on the black market and the country's debt insurance costs hit their highest level since October 2008 as investors grow rattled by Egypt's deteriorating economic indicators. The pound, which has lost 11 percent of its value since December, inched slightly lower at a central bank foreign exchange auction. Egypt has been facing growing fuel shortages, a widening budget deficit and calls for countrywide anti-government protests on June 30, the first anniversary of Mohamed Mursi's election as president. …
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