The PE ratio of DSE has also increased in the last week

Staff Reporter: During the last week, the overall price-earnings ratio (PE ratio) of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), the country’s main capital market, increased slightly. At the beginning of last week, the PE ratio of DSE was 20.60 points. Which is at the end of the week at 20.61 points. In other words, the PE ratio of DSE has increased by 11 points or 53 percent during the week.

According to DSE sources, at the end of the week, the PE of the banking sector is at 6 points, cement sector at 18.20 points, ceramic sector at 35.50 points, engineering sector at 20.20 points and financial sector at 32.50 points.

Besides, the PE ratio of food and ancillary sector is 23 points, energy and power sector is 13.50, general insurance sector is 22.50, IT sector is 31.60, jute sector is 696, miscellaneous sector is 25.20, mutual fund sector is 4.60, paper and The printing sector is at 63.60 points, pharmaceuticals and chemicals at 21.10 points, service and housing sector at 29.60 points, tannery sector at 110.20 points, telecommunications sector at 20.20 points, textile sector at 29.10 points and travel and leisure sector at 162.90 points. .

Note that at the beginning of the previous week, the PE ratio of DSE was 21.17 points, which is standing at 20.60 points at the end of the week. In other words, the PE ratio of DSE has decreased by 57 points or 2.75 percent during the week. At the end of the week, the PE of the banking sector is at 6.10 points, the cement sector at 16 points, the ceramics sector at 36.10 points, the engineering sector at 19.20 points and the financial sector at 32.50 points.

Besides, the PE ratio of food and ancillary sector is 23.30 points, energy and power sector 13.50 points, general insurance sector 22, IT sector 32.20, jute sector 950.60, miscellaneous sector 25.30, mutual fund sector 5, paper and The printing sector is at 7.60 points, pharmaceuticals and chemicals at 21 points, services and housing at 26.70 points, tannery at 111 points, telecommunications at 20.30 points, textiles at 28 points and travel and leisure points at 163.60 points.


Source: Daily StockBangladesh by www.dailystockbangladesh.com.

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