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- October 19, 2017
DSEX, the broad index of DSE, ended at 6,129 points, registering a 76.60-point or 1.23% fall
The finance minister asked investors in the stock market to know, understand and analyse the market before investing
Investors were hoping that the benchmark index will cross the 6,000-mark and that finally happened after the Eid holidays
Finance Minister AMA Muhith said at a meeting that the government was considering the possibility of offloading 10% share of Unilever Bangladesh Limited
The state-owned companies were unwilling to off-load their shares into the capital market, source says
Participation in the Dhaka Stock Exchange increased moderately by 15.1% to amount an average daily turnover of Tk715cr last week
‘Earnings season in the US and political events like elections in Europe may bring negative surprises that could lead to corrections’
Among the falling major sectors included banks, insurance and financial institutions
The approval came at meeting of Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday
The falling major sectors included bank and financial institutions. A total of 146 securities of the large-cap group moved down due to lower activities
‘Long term investment helps to bring stability in the stock market’
Hong Kong jumped 0.6% while Shanghai rallied 1.5% as investors welcomed a decision to set up a new economic development zone near Beijing
‘The question for traders and markets more broadly is what comes next’
‘A truly hard Brexit has not been priced into sterling. We could see it move lower still if negotiations take a sour turn’
The stocks finished modestly higher on Wednesday amid upward optimism from the investors, said International Securities Limited in its market review
The trading started with strong positive note and remained vibrant until 2pm
The petitioners’ lawyer Jafarul Hasan Sharif said the accused had flouted the Bangladesh Labour Act 2006.
In the written proposal placed to the DSE management recently, the brokers made recommendations for two year tax holiday with waiver of gain tax on sales proceed of DSE shares to attract strategic pattern.
Dhaka stocks ended higher on Wednesday riding on the large and mid-cap stocks as investors continued buying spree ahead of year-end dividend declaration.
Professor Abul Hashem has been elected the new chairman of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE).