November 25, 2020, 7:32 am
Listed pharmaceuticals companies are expecting a growth in their earnings for January-March (Q3) as their productions, distributions and sales have almost remained 'unaffected' amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) will seek permission today (Monday) from the securities regulator to resume trading on May 10.
Most of the listed multinational companies (MNCs) have recommended substantial amount.
The securities regulator has decided to form a panel of independent directors who will be appointed in the boards of listed companies.
March 25 was the last trading day for the Bangladeshi capital market
Asian shares rose for a third session on the trot on Wednesday as investors took heart from easing coronavirus lockdowns in some parts of the world while oil prices jumped on hopes demand will pick up.
Boeing is working with investment banks on a multibillion-dollar bond-fuelled financing package
Number of mobile app users still remains very insignificant compared to total number of BO (beneficiary owner's) accounts as the exchanges' promotional activities were not sufficient to make the app popular.
Alongside the investors keen to sell securities for cash, the brokerage industry is also suffering because of fixed costs despite no revenue
Some listed multinational companies (MNCs) including Grameenphone will hold their annual general meeting (AGM) through digital platform avoiding public gathering to contain COVID-19 infection.
Large cap companies having notable impact on key index played a pivotal role behind the rise of broad index which crossed 4000-point mark in five sessions conducted before the closure of DSE.
The year-long depressed capital market trend sent at least one-fourth issues below their face value of Tk 10 in the Dhaka Stock Exchange.
The novel coronavirus outbreak has added to all existing worries in the stock market and triggered a free fall in the past few weeks
The board of directors of Eastern Bank Limited (EBL) has recommended 25 per cent cash dividend for the year ended on December 31, 2019, officials said.
The country’s two bourses will remain closed until April 14 as the government extended the holiday to contain the spread of deadly coronavirus (COVID-19).
Before the nationwide shutdown was imposed, the DSEX stood at 4,008 points on March 25
The ACME Laboratories registered a steady growth in EPS (earnings per share) during the last five fiscal years riding on increased revenue earnings realised during the period.
Stocks edged up in the outgoing week, snapping a four-week free-fall, thanks to regulatory move to boost the ailing capital market.
Institutional investors especially banks have injected new funds to shore up the stock market while the economy is in dire straits, the review added
Within 30 minutes of trading, DSEX advanced more than 4.0 points while the CSE All Share Price Index (CASPI) of port city’s bourse gained 10 points at 11:00 am