2% is the maximum decline allowed for 66 listed firms in a day

A maximum decline of 2 per cent in a day is allowed for the stocks of 66 listed companies, for whom the...

Stocks open the week with a sharp decline

The new week has seen stocks open with a sharp decline as risk-averse investors dumped their holdings following the mandate of strict...

Revenue earnings generated from DSE surged 113pc in nine months

The government's revenue earnings from the country’s major share market, Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) have jumped to 113 per cent in the...

With increased investor participation, the stocks keep on rising

For the second straight day, the stock market has continued the upward trend as the investor participation has increased after many shares...

Shortened operation hours for banks and bourses as customers panic

Stock Exchanges and banks will be operating with shortened working hours from April 5 as the government has mandated restrictions of public...

BSEC to delist 8 companies on the OTC market as per the exit scheme

A move has been made by the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission to delist 8 more companies trading on the over-the-counter market...

Stock markets mired in the coronavirus induced uncertainty

For the 3rd consecutive week, the stocks continued to plummet during lackluster activity, which is bogged down by the second wave of...

With the coronavirus cases rising, stock keeps plummeting

With the coronavirus cases in the country rising, the stock opened in the red zone on March 30. Within...

Stocks experience an upturn in fortunes

The nation’s stock market has experienced a bounce back period on March 22 after crashing for two days, turning many stocks lucrative.

Second wave of COVID-19 looms as stocks continue to plummet

Stocks have seen a decline by more than 3 per cent in the last two trading sessions as investors are concerned because...

Amidst the panic, Bangladesh stocks continue to fall

Stocks in the outgoing week has declined as the panic-driven investors dumped their holdings due to fears surrounding the fresh wave of...

Dividend issuance ceiling raised to 35 per cent by Bangladesh Bank

The dividend issuance ceiling for banks has been raised by the Bangladesh Bank from 30 per cent to 35 per cent.

NRB Investment to be eased by BSEC

The stock market regulator is working alongside the Bangladesh Bank to minimize the complications based on the investments of the non-resident Bangladeshis...

Junk stocks still being chased by investors despite substandard performance

Over the past few weeks, junks stocks have more often topped the gainers’ list, which brought into question the investors’ preference for...

Meeting scheduled on March 15 between BSEC and Bangladesh Bank

On March 15, the securities regulator will be holding  a meeting with the delegation of the Bangladesh Bank  (BB) to ensure more...

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