Staff Reporter: On Monday, the last working day before the Eid-ul-Azha holiday, the country’s capital market has seen an upward trend in the index. On the same day, the main index of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) DSEX has risen by 63 percent as compared to the previous day and stood at 6,405 points.
Despite the rise in the index, the trading volume on the DSE fell 29.46 percent on Monday. On the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE), another capital market of the country, the index increased but the transaction decreased.
A review of the market showed that shares of the general insurance sector rose again on Monday. General insurance was third on the list of sector-based transactions. On this day, the highest return of 2.8 percent has come in the shares of this sector. General insurance companies also dominated the list of top companies to raise rates.
The index was down since the start of trading in the morning. Shortly after the transaction, the index fell further. Later the index returns to a slightly upward position. The transaction ends with the rise of the index at the end of the day through the rise and fall throughout the day.
The main index of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) DSEX increased by 39.92 points to 6,405.44 points, which was 6,365.11 points in the previous working day.
Beacon Pharmaceuticals, Grameenphone, British American Tobacco Bangladesh Company, Prime Bank Limited, Olympic Industries, Bank Asia Limited, Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited, Reliance Insurance and Pub.
Meanwhile, DSE’s Shariah index DSES rose by 6.36 points at the end of the day on Monday and stood at 1,036.6 points, which was 1,369.38 points on the previous day. The blue-chip index DS-30 rose 17.35 points to 2,322.37 points in the 30-day period, from 2,306.02 points at the end of the previous day.
1 thousand 264 crore 49 lakh 34 thousand taka has been traded on DSE. In the previous working day, the transaction was 1 thousand 793 crore 2 lakh 72 thousand taka. Of the 362 companies, mutual funds and corporate bonds traded on the DSE, 159 rose, 169 declined and 34 remained unchanged.
According to the sector-wise transaction chart, the pharmaceuticals and chemicals sector topped the DSE with 11.10 per cent of the total transactions on Monday. The engineering sector has occupied the second highest 11.04 percent. The general insurance sector is in the third position on the basis of 10.30 percent transactions. The textile sector was in the fourth position with 9.26 percent transactions. The banking sector is in the fifth position on the basis of 8.97 percent transactions.
Source: Daily StockBangladesh by www.dailystockbangladesh.com.
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