Big rise in the capital market in two sectors on the DSE In the first working day of the week after the news of the purchase of about 10 billion dollars in the garment sector in June and July, the capital sector saw a huge recovery in the textile sector. The share price of almost all the companies in this sector has increased as well as the transaction has been extensive. The transaction has increased by more than Tk 100 crore as compared to the previous working day. Besides, the interest of investors in the engineering sector of the textile sector is increasing.

In addition, several news portals reported on Sunday that the াদেশ 10 billion or Rs 75,000 crore purchase order had to be shipped between August and September this year. This order is about 35 percent of the total exports in the last one year.

During the Corona period, this order has been a boon for the ready-made garment sector and has given a new impetus to the garment sector. The share price of this sector has been rising in the last two working days. And the news of the new order leads to more.

Meanwhile, on the first working day of the week, the main index of DSE, DSEX, has risen by 58 points to 6,471 points. This is the highest since it was launched on January 26, 2013. However, this index rose higher than at any other time in the past under the leadership of the current commission. Since then, he has been constantly surpassing that height.

Before taking charge of this commission, the index was at its highest point on November 26, 2016. On that day, the index was at 6,337.6 points. Among other DSE indices, the Shariah Index rose by 11.10 points and the DSE-30 Index by 18.22 points to 1,411.14 points and 2,344.10 points, respectively.

On this day, the amount of money traded on DSE was 2 thousand 17 crore 73 lakh taka. Which is the most in 1 month 22 days or 30 working days. Earlier, on June 10 this year, there was a transaction of more than today, that is, 2 thousand 69 crore 25 lakh.

Shares and units of 365 companies were traded on the DSE today. Among these companies, the share price of 232 or 61.6 percent has increased, the share price of 117 or 31.48 percent has decreased and the share and unit price of 25 or 8.6 percent has remained unchanged.

On the other hand, the overall index CASPI of the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) rose by 223.34 points to 16,656.63 points. Today, 323 companies have participated in the transaction at CSE. Of these, 231 have increased, 69 have decreased and 23 have remained unchanged. Shares and units worth Tk 83.4 crore were traded on the CSE.

Source: Share Barta 24 by

*The article has been translated based on the content of Share Barta 24 by If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author. Thank you very much!

*We just want readers to access information more quickly and easily with other multilingual content, instead of information only available in a certain language.

*We always respect the copyright of the content of the author and always include the original link of the source article.If the author disagrees, just leave the report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thanks very much! Best regards!