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BD Shipping Corporation Tops Turnover Chart

Industry: Logistics & Shipping, Shipping

The state-owned oceangoing vessel management company Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC) topped the Dhaka Stock Exchange’s (DSE) turnover list on 14 May.

The value of the turnover for Bangladesh Shipping Corporation’s stock on Sunday was Tk36.97 crore, while the secondary market’s overall turnover was Tk636.49 crore, 20% less than the previous trading session.

Rupali Life Insurance came in at number two on the turnover chart with a turnover value of Tk20.48 crore, followed by Sea Pearl Beach Resorts and Spa at Tk23.15 crore.

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