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- S Korea to provide $1.5 mn for Rohingyas in Bangladesh
- Rohingya crisis: BNP says PM failed to convince global leaders
- IBBL gets award for highest remittance collection
- 6 killed in Munshiganj textile mill fire
- Mexicans dig in rubble seeking survivors as quake kills 248
- Resolve Rohingya crisis ‘before it’s too late’, PM to OIC
- BNP accuses AL men of attacking puja mandaps
- Tonu killers still remain unidentified
- 2 friends electrocuted in Magura
Bourses end week in red
Share price index at the country’s both bourses – Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange – ended the week in red on Thursday though first trading day witnessed gain.
The total turnover at the DSE, the prime bourse, was Tk 2,446.41 crore, against last week’s total turnover Tk 4,879.45 crore.
Besides, the daily average turnover at the DSE was Tk 815.47 crore, a decrease by 16.44 percent, while last week’s average turnover was Tk 975.89 crore.
Meanwhile, average trade volume decreased by 28.3 percent and total number of trades decreased by 44.8 percent.
This week only had three trading days. On the first day, index gained 19.79 points.
However, during the remaining two days, index closed red with combined index loss of 0.48 points.