VOL NO REGD NO DA 1589

Thursday, August 10, 2006

HEADLINE

POLITICS & POLICIES

METRO/COUNTRY

EDITORIAL

MISCELLANY

LETTER TO EDITOR

COMPANIES & FINANCE

BUSINESS/FINANCE

LEISURE & ENTERTAINMENT

MARKET & COMMODITIES

SPORTS

WORLD

 

FE Specials

SPECIAL ON BIRD FLU

URBAN PROPERTY

FE Education

FE Information Technology

Special on Logistics

NATIONAL DAY OF EGYPT

Saturday Feature

Asia/South Asia

 

Feature

13th SAARC SUMMIT DHAKA-2005

SWISS NATIONAL DAY 2006

57th Republic Day of India

US TRADE SHOW

 

 

 

Archive

Site Search

 

HOME

COMPANY & FINANCE
 
Both bourses witness rise in price indices
FE Report
9/12/2005
 

          Price indices on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) rose Sunday although the gaining issues outnumbered the losing ones. The trade turnover, in terms of volume, increased but in terms of value, it fell on the day.
The DSE All Share Price Index closed at 1265.48 points, posting 2.997 points or 0.24 per cent rise from 1262.48 points of Thursday, the previous trading day.
The DSE General Index gained by 4.96 points or 0.30 per cent to close at 1653.91 points from 1648.95 points of the previous day.
The DSE-20 Index went up by 7.99 points or 0.47 per cent to end at 1716.65 points from 1708.66 points.
About 5.29 million shares and debentures worth Tk 272.86 mil-lion changed hands on the day against 5.00 million shares and deben-tures valued at Tk 277.55 million of the previous trading day.
A total of 153 issues were traded on the day including 60 gainers, 70 losers and 23 remain-ing un-changed on the day, as estimated on the basis of closing prices.
The total market capitalisation stood at Tk 221.23 billion from Tk 219.67 billion.
Grameen-1 was the top trade turn-over leader, in terms of value, on the day. Its 1.04 million shares valued at Tk 24.02 million changed hands. The price of the issue decreased by 0.43 per cent to close at Tk 23.00. Its price varied between Tk 23.50 and Tk 22.70 on the day.
The price indices on the Chit-tagong Stock Exchange (CSE) also gained on the day, as the gainers outplayed the losers.
The trade turnover, in terms of volume, dropped but in terms of value, it went up on the day.
The CSE All Share Price Index moved up by 0.73 per cent to finish at 3331.21 points from 3307.10 points of Thursday, the previous trading day.
The CSE-30 Index gained by 0.66 per cent to close at 3163.17 points from 3142.28 points.
A total of 2.14 million shares and debentures worth Tk 70.47 million changed hands on the day against the previous day's 2.22 million shares and debentures valued at Tk 65.59 million of the previous day.

 

 
  More Headline
Mahmud files defamation suit against five CPD functionaries
CPD denies allegation
WB assures Saifur of timely disbursement of DSC-IV
Can medical service tours be stopped?
NBFIs' financial transactions to come under central bank scrutiny
Importers assure govt of help to keep essentialsí prices stable
Govt ready to sit with opposition, says PM
India 'needs investment vehicles'
Fuel oil supply from Guptakhali depot resumes
Deadline for paying power bills extended
Biral to be turned into full-fledged land port
32 'suspected' illegal Bangladeshis held in Mumbai
Suharto's principles revive in combat with radical Islam
Thrust on raising per capita income to $1000 by 2021
CDBL chief demands incentives for manufacturing cos to float IPOs
Soaring oil prices cost BPC $344m more last fiscal
Saudi prince likely to get Rupali Bank
Israel to widen offensive
Call rate steady, dollar soft
Jalil sad over AL presence at Jamaat-attended meeting
Share prices on DSE mark significant rise
Developments in the region and abroad
 

Print this page | Mail this page | Save this page | Make this page my home page

About us  |  Contact us  |  Editor's panel  |  Career opportunity | Web Mail

 

 

 

 

Copy right @ financialexpress.com