Madbouli said he will periodically follow up the listing of a number of government companies in the bourse in 2022.
Purchases by foreign investment funds and Egyptian individuals forced all indexes of the Egyptian Exchange to decline at the closing of Monday transactions.
Market capitalization gained about EGP 6 billion to hit EGP 651.6 billion at closing, after transactions totaled EGP 1.1 billion.
The benchmark EGX30 rose 0.37 percent, or 43.19 points, to end at 11,589.34 points.
The EGX 30 benchmark index lost 22.3 percent during 2020, recording 10,845 points.
The market capital gained EGP 8.7 billion to reach EGP 616.6 billion compared with EGP 607.9 billion in the previous week, recording an increase of 1.4%.
The benchmark EGX30 rose 0.20 percent, or 21.85 points, to close at 10,944.18 points.
The market capital gained EGP 6.9 billion to reach EGP 596.8 billion compared with EGP 589.9 billion in the previous week, recording an increase of 1.2%.
The market capital gained EGP 5.2 billion to reach EGP 579.6 billion compared with EGP 574.4 billion in the previous week, recording an increase of 0.9%.
Under the premier's decisions, the fees of investor protection fund (IPF) were reduced by 50 percent to be 5 per 100,000 instead of 1 per ten thousand.
The market capital gained EGP 35.2 billion to reach EGP 539.9 billion compared with EGP 504.7 billion in the previous week, recording an increase of 7%.
The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) indexes showed mixed performance at the close of Wednesday's trading, amid purchases by local institutions and investment funds.
The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) indexes posted collective gains at the end of Wednesday's trading backed by purchases by foreign institutions and investment funds.
The market capital reached EGP 717.6 billion, compared to EGP 725.3 billion last week, the EGX said in its weekly report.
The market capital declined to EGP 823.2 billion, compared to EGP 830.3 billion last week, the EGX said in its weekly report.
Trading of foreign non-Arab investors on the Egyptian Exchange registered purchases of 7.2 billion pounds during 2018, according to a report by the Egyptian bourse.
EGX indexes went down collectively at the close of trading amid selling operations by local and foreign institutions and investment funds and purchases by Arab investors.
The market capital lost EGP 5.7 bln to reach EGP 867.5 billion amid transactions that hit about EGP 1.2 billion.
Khaled el Nashaar said the credit scoring will be applied on new contracts to be signed by investors seeking to benefit from the bourse's buying on margin mechanism.
Egypt's Exchange indices nosedived collectively at the close of Tuesday's trading session amid selling operations by domestic and Arab institutions.