Country’s premier bourse, Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), sustained the gaining streak for the fourth consecutive sessions, BSS reports.
The broad index, DSEX closed at 4781.47 points on Monday with a gain of
9.55 points or 0.20 percent.
Besides, the two selective indices, Blue Chip index, DSE30 and the Shariah
index, DSES also went up by 6.44 points and 1.24 points to settle at 1664.35
points and 1090.81 points respectively.
On the DSE trading floor, a total number of 95,238 trades were executed in
today’s trading session with a trading volume of 100.12 million securities.
Investor’s participation was mostly concentrated on Engineering (13.5pc),
Pharma (12.7pc) and General Insurance (12.2pc) sectors.
Losers took a lead over the gainers as out of 331 issues traded, 135
securities gained price while 149 declined and 47 remained unchanged.
Sector wise performance exposed that Financial Institute (2.5pc), IT
(2.0pc) and Travel (1.8pc) sectors experienced highest price appreciation
while Paper (-2.7pc), Service (-0.5pc) and Cement (-0.5pc) sectors
experienced highest price correction in today’s session, according to EBL
The top 10 gainers were National Feeds, Sonarbangla Insurance, Dutch
Bangla Bank, Fine Foods, Olympic Accessories, Tosrifa Industries, Eastern
Insurance, Paramount Textile, LankaBangla Finance and Shurwid Industries.
National Tubes topped the turnover chart followed by Sonarbangla
Insurance, Zenex Infosil, Uttara Bank, Fortune Shoes, Square Pharma, Khulna
Power, Bongas, Shuwrid Industries and Rupali Life Insurance.
The top 10 losers were Genex Infosys, Progressive Life, Standard Ceramics,
Savar Refractories, ICB Islami Bank, Beach Hatchery, National Tubes, Atlas
Bangla, CAN Tex and Evince Textile.
On the other hand, the port city bourse, Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE),
also closed in green maintaining the upbeat of the previous day.
CSCX and CASPI also went up by 23.05 points and 37.11 points to stand at
8821.66 points and 14520.38 points respectively.
At CSE, a total of 12,238,849 shares and mutual fund of 229 companies were
traded, of which 87 issues advanced while 105 declined and 37 issues remained unchanged.