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Stock investors lose Tk 102.61b at DSE in one week

| Updated: October 24, 2021 09:08:16

Stock investors lose Tk 102.61b at DSE in one week

Investors have lost their capital amounting to Tk 102.61 billion in the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) over the last week with the share prices witnessing a downtrend.

According to a market review, the main index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange Index (DSEX), the country's main bourse, shed 167.4 points to 7,076 points during the October 17-21 period.

Among the other two DSE indexes, the DSES (Shariah Index) index shed 49 points to 1,518 points and the DS-30 (blue chip index) index lost 19 points to 2,699 points, reports UNB.

The prices of 31 shares, out of those of 382 companies, marked a rise in the DSE during the one-week period. Besides, the share prices of 338 companies declined and the share prices of nine companies remained unchanged.

Of the 362 companies traded during the last week, the prices of 124 companies marked a rise. Besides, the share prices of 231 companies declined and that of 23 companies remained unchanged.

The market capitalisation of DSE has come down from Tk 102.61 billion to Tk 5.69 trillion last week (3rd week in Oct) due to the fall in the prices of the shares of most of the companies. The total transaction volume of the market was Tk 5.80 trillion in the second week of October.

During the period, a total of Tk 60.43 billion was traded in the DSE against Tk 9.62 billion during the previous week. The transaction has declined by Tk 30.19 billion or 33.32 per cent as compared to the previous week.

In the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE), a total of Tk 2.28 billion was transacted during the period while it saw a transaction of Tk 3.24 billion during the previous week, showing a fall by Tk 960 million in a week.

The CSEX main index lost 423 points to 20,693 points from the previous week. Of the companies traded during the period, the prices of the shares of 41 companies have risen while that of 28 companies declined and that of 286 companies remained unchanged.

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