Bangladesh's twin-bourse – Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange – ended up in the Red Zone in the first week of the new year (2016). The DSE marked fall in its price indices on Thursday (January 7), the last session of the week.
DSEX, the key index of the DSE, dropped 3.72 points only to 4676.08 at the close of day’s trading in the afternoon.
Trade deals stood at 143642 with volume of transactions at Tk6434.28 million.
Of the issues traded today, 147 advanced, 134 declined and 41 remained unchanged. UPGDCL topped the turnover list with shares worth Tk417.60 million changing hands.
The other turnover leaders were BEXIMCO, BXPHARMA, AFTABAUTO, KPCL, SUMMITPOWER, IFADAUTOS, KDSALTD, BDTHAI and POWERGRID.
The port city bourse (CSE) also followed the suit, with its Selective Categories Index dropping 3.06 points to remain at 8685.31 when the day’s trading ended at the country’s second share market.
Of the issues traded today, 100 gained, 99 declined and 40 remained unchanged.
cleared by biplab