Sunday, June 24, 2018 | ePaper

Stocks finish week downtrend on lower transactions

  • Print
BSS, Dhaka :
Stocks ended week downward trend on Thursday, with falling trend of major indices at Dhaka and Chittagong stock exchanges on lower transactions.
The broader DSEX of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) closed the week with 124.20 points lower at 5521.66. The blue-chip DS30 and the Shariah DSES also followed the same trend with 36.90 points down at 2050.44 and with 22.64 points down at 1272.24.
The week's trade value at DSE decreased to Taka 557.89 crore from the last session of previous week Taka 595.79 crore and the weekly trade also fell to 18.23 crore shares from 18.24 crore of the previous week.
The top five gainers of the week were BD Com, Northern Jute Manufacturing Co, Bangladesh Finance and Investment Co, Islamic Finance and Investment and Shahjaibazar Power.
The major losing issues of the week included IFIC Bank, Al-Arafah Islami Bank, Standard Bank, LankaBangla Finance and First Security Islami Bank.

More News For this Category

Saudi Arabia hopes OPEC ministers to agree on adjustment of quotas

Tass, Vienna :Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih hopes that the meeting of the ministers of OPEC in Vienna today will result in an agreement on adjustment of oil production

Walton exporting world-class fan

Business Desk :The local leading electronics and electrical appliances manufacturer Walton is exporting its produced international standard electrical fans like ceiling, table, wall and rechargeable fans to different countries

WB must support national interest of any country: Subramani

BSS, Dhaka :Visiting World Bank Executive Director Aparna Subramani on Thursday said the bank must support the national priority of any country as she paid a courtesy call on

Aktar Hussain, Chairman of Rangs Group of Companies, handing over the 2nd Toyota Car to a winner of their running sales campaign, on the occasion of 21st FIFA World Cup 2018 and upcoming Eid-al Azha, titled

Aktar Hussain, Chairman of Rangs Group of Companies, handing over the 2nd Toyota Car to a winner of their running sales campaign, on the occasion of 21st FIFA World Cup 2018 and upcoming Eid-al Azha, titled "STRIKE GOAL PROMOTION 2018" at Sony-Rangs Lalmatia Outlet in the city recently. Tanvir Hossain, GM (Marketing & Sales), Md. Zane Alam, Sr. Manager (Marketing), Sarwar Jahan Chowdhury, Sales Manager of Rangs Electronics Limited and other high officials of Rangs Group of Companies were also present.

.

Coming tariff raises paddy price

Economic Reporter :The price of rice paddy has begun to rise in anticipation of the tariffs to be reintroduced on rice imports in the government's budget for the coming

Agri sector not getting its due allocation in budget

Agri sector not getting its due allocation in budget

Economic Reporter :The country's agriculture sector is witnessing a sluggish growth in recent years and it is inadequate to propel the targeted GDP growth, experts warned at a seminar

BD to be closer to developed countries by 5 yrs

Pabna, Correspondent :Social Welfare Minister Rashed Khan Menon today said the country's image will be closer to the developed countries if the present government stays in power in next

IBBL opens its 334th branch in city

IBBL opens its 334th branch in city

Business Desk :Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) inaugurated its 334th Branch at South Banasree of the capital on Saturday, says a media release. Md Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director

Next OPEC meeting to be held in Vienna in December

TASS, Moscow :The next meeting of the ministers of the OPEC member countries will take place in Vienna on December 3, according to a communique published on the organization's

German consumer prices 5 percent above EU average

Xinhua, Berlin :The level of consumer prices in Germany is 5 percent above the European Union (EU) average, according to compiled figures published on Friday by the Federal Statistical