Twelve out of the country’s 22 listed fuel and power companies saw profits increase year-on-year in the first nine months of the ongoing fiscal year thanks to the rebounding of the economy.
Stocks of GPH Ispat rose 2.47 per cent yesterday after news that the company’s Tk 2,390-crore plant has begun commercial production.
The gloomy picture of the banking sector led to a fall in the stock market over the past week amid rising coronavirus cases and deaths.
The stock market has risen to new heights with market capitalisation hitting a high point last week while overvalued shares still remaining a concern.
The stock price of almost all general insurance companies has more than doubled over the past year riding on speculation, putting the whole market at risk.
The Dhaka Stock Exchange yesterday recorded its highest turnover in a decade, as the ongoing bull run seems to have gotten an added impetus from the proposed budget measures for the incoming fiscal...
Bata Shoe Company (Bangladesh), one of the country’s most widely known footwear brands, suffered losses for the first time in 59 years of operations as it had to shutter outlets during the main...
The national budget for 2021-22 is being proposed today all the while the country’s economy faces some tough realities stemming from the pandemic’s second wave.
The government’s national budget implementation rate fell significantly in the last one decade mainly due to a lack of efficiency, accountability and capacity and a rise in corruption.
Just Tk 282 crore was whitened by means of investments in the stock market in fiscal 2020-21 despite a government provision stipulating that no authority would be able to question the source.