The stock market of the country started the week with a big fall. At the beginning of the day, all the indices of the main capital market Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) were up, but at the end of the day it did not last. All price indices of DSE fell as prices of more than 100 companies fell. At the same time, the transaction has decreased compared to the previous working day.
This information is known from DSE sources.
According to sources, 12 crore 85 lakh 10 thousand 698 shares and units of 305 companies were exchanged on Sunday (November 12). The market value of these shares was Tk 419 crore 4 lakh. Shares worth Tk 469 crore 41 lakh were traded on the exchange on the previous working day (Thursday). As a result, transactions in DSE decreased by Tk 50 crores and 37 lakhs in one day.
Shares of more than 100 companies fell on the first working day of the week. It has a big impact on the price index. At the end of the transaction, the main index of Dhaka Stock Exchange ‘DSEX’ fell by 14.10 points to 6 thousand 257 points. ‘DSE X’ has not lost so many points in a single day in recent times.
Along with the main index, the other two indices of the Dhaka Stock Exchange also fell. Index of selected companies ‘DS30’ lost 4.62 points today. The index of Shariah-based companies ‘DSE S’ fell by 2.58 points.
Share prices of 110 out of 305 companies that participated in trading on DSE on Sunday fell. Shares of 149 companies were unchanged. In contrast, only 46 companies’ share prices increased.
Fu-Wang Food Limited has the most shares traded in Dhaka Stock Exchange today. In one day, 47 lakh 40 thousand 713 shares of the company worth 15 crore 67 lakh taka were exchanged.
Meanwhile, the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE), another stock market of the country, ended with the index falling. At the end of trading, the overall index of the exchange ‘CASPI’ lost 42.42 points. On this day, shares and units of 164 companies worth Tk 7 crore 16 lakh were traded in CSE. Among the companies that participated in the transaction, the share prices of 72 companies were unchanged. The rate has decreased to 68. In contrast, only 24 companies’ share prices increased.