Investors stuck in small cap companies

Investors stuck in small cap companies
Investors stuck in small cap companies

Investors in the stock market have been stuck in weak companies with small capital for a long time. Most of the companies whose shares are traded the most on a daily basis are weak. Tuesday was no exception. A number of companies are listed in the top ten list of trading on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE).

These 10 companies have traded 171 crore rupees on Tuesday. Which is 32 percent of DSE’s total transactions. Overall, 545 crore rupees were traded in DSE on the day under discussion. However, there was no significant change in the price index.

According to market analysis, 12 crore 92 lakh shares of 309 companies were traded on DSE on Tuesday. The total value of which is 545 crore 75 lakh taka. Among them, the share prices of 55 companies increased, 87 companies decreased and 167 companies’ share prices remained unchanged. The broad index of DSE has decreased by 97 points from the previous day to 6 thousand 276 points.

The DSE-30 index fell by 2.77 points to 2,130 points. The DSE Shariah index fell by 30 points to 1,361 points. The market capitalization of DSE decreased to Tk 7 lakh 79 thousand crore from the previous day.

Top 10 companies: The companies whose shares traded the most on DSE on Tuesday were Fu-Wang Food, Eastern Insurance, Emerald Oil, Monospool Paper, Union Insurance, Intraco Refueling, Khan Brothers PP, Shamrita Hospital, Central Pharma and RD Food. The gainers on DSE are Khulna Printing, Eastern Insurance, Olympic Accessories, Apex Footwear, OIMEX Electrode, Intraco Refueling, Central Pharma, Aziz Pipes, RD Food and Samrita Hospital. On the other hand, the companies whose share prices have decreased are Capitec Grameen Bank Growth Fund, Premier Cement, ADN Telecom, Kohinoor Chemical, Western Marine Shipyard, United Insurance, Standard Insurance, National Tea, Haqqani Pulp and Senakalyan Insurance.

The article is in Bengali

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