September 21, 2020, 6:20 am
Stocks plunged in the outgoing week, the first week after two months break, as the growing tension over the impacts of Covid-19 pandemic and the new 'floor price' system.
Sustainalytics, a global leader in environmental, social and governance risks (ESG) and Corporate Governance research and ratings, published its latest LafargeHolcim ESG Risk Rating.
The interest rate on Bangladesh Government Treasury Bond (BGTB) increased slightly on Tuesday as banks were least interested in buying the instruments.
Zoom Video Communications nearly doubled its expectations for annual sales on Tuesday, driven by a surge in users as more people work from home and connect with friends online during coronavirus lockdowns.
Prime Bank’s consolidated earnings per share (EPS) rose 13.5 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter (Q1) for January-March, 2020, according to an official disclosure on Tuesday.
Mercantile Bank Limited (MBL) has taken a series of measures to bring un-banked people into the banking network through boosting micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) across the country.
The central bank and the securities regulator took a set of decisions in a meeting on Monday, including disbursement of the listed banks' cash dividends only among small investors, considering their woes during the ongoing lo
Stocks got back into the red on Monday, the second trading session after a long closure, amid a growing tension over the Covid-19 outbreak as the country is set to emerge a new global hotspot for the virus.
The board of directors of Uttara Bank Limited has revised the recent dividend declaration
Stocks witnessed downward trend in early hour of trading on Monday amid mounting fears over coronavirus outbreak as the country is set to emerge a new global hotspot for the virus.
According to the top officials of some brokerage houses, indices rose as a result of imposing a floor price
Stocks on both the bourses witnessed an upward trend in the early hour of trading Sunday as trading resumed after a hiatus of more than two months.
The board of directors of National Credit and Commerce Bank has postponed the recent dividend recommendation for the year ended on December 31, 2019, said an official disclosure on Sunday.
The securities regulator will sit with the Bangladesh Bank (BB) tomorrow (Monday) to strengthen coordination
The two stock exchanges had their last trading session on March 25
The newly-appointed chairman of Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission Professor Shibli Rubayat Ul Islam said they will hold a commission meeting on May 28 where they shall decide finally about resumption of share trad
Asian stocks struggled to extend the week’s rally on Wednesday and gold and bonds firmed as a sceptical press report dented some hopes for a COVID-19
Yields on the government approved securities increased slightly on Tuesday,
IDLC Finance's net profit dipped more than 43 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter
The finance ministry has been in discussions with the Ministry of Public Administration to determine whether the capital market should be treated as an essential sector