17 new cos included, effective from June 11

CSE revises Shariah Index

FE Online Report | Published: May 29, 2019 12:51:32

The Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) has revised its Shariah Index on the basis of performance of the CSE listed companies.

The new index will be effective from June 11. The CSE Shariah Index is reviewed twice in a year, said a press release on Tuesday.

The new 17 companies which have been included are: Aramit Cement, Aziz Pipes, Bangladesh Building Systems, BBS Cables, Kay & Que, Navana CNG, Usmania Glass Sheet, Ambee Pharma, Indo-Bangla Pharmaceuticals, Silva Pharmaceuticals, Aman Cotton Fibrous, Kattali Textile, ML Dyeing, Matin Spinning Mills, Pacific Denims, Shasha Denims and VFS Thread Dyeing.

On the other hand, seven companies-- Advanced Chemical Industries, Beximco Synthetics, GBB Power, GQ Ball Pen Industries, Orion Pharma, Tosrifa Industries, United Power Generation and Distribution Company were excluded from the previous list. 

After revision of CSE Shariah Index, 127 listed companies among 326 listed securities are selected.

These are- Aamra Networks, Aamra Technologies, Aman Cotton Fibrous, Active Fine Chemicals, Advent Pharma, AFC Agro, Agni Systems, Alif Industries, Al-Arafah Islami Bank, Aman Feed, Ambee Pharma, Anwar Galvanizing, Apex Spinning, Apex Tannery, Appollo Ispat Complex, Aramit, Aramit Cement, Argon Denims, Aziz Pipes, Bangas, Bata Shoe, Bangladesh Building Systems, BBS Cables, BDCOM Online, Bangladesh Lamps, Thai Aluminium,  BD Welding Electrodes, Bengal Windsor, Berger Paints Bangladesh, Bangladesh Submarine Cables, Beximco Pharmaceuticals, Central Pharmaceuticals, C&A Textile, CVO Petrochemical Refinery, Daffodil Computers, Delta Spinners, DESCO, Doreen Power Generations and Systems, Dragon Sweater, Eastern Cables, Eastern Housing, Export Import Bank, Familytex (BD), Far Chemical industries, Fareast Islami Life Insurance Company, Far East Knitting & Dyeing, Fine Foods, First Security Islami Bank, Fortune Shoes, Fu-Wang Ceramic Industry, Fu-Wang Foods, Generation Next Fashions, Global Heavy Chemicals, Grameenphone, Hakkani Pulp & Paper Mills, Heidelberg Cement, Hamid Fabrics, HR Textile Mills, Hwa Well Textiles (BD), The IBN Sina Pharmaceuticals, Indo-Bangla Pharmaceuticals, Imam Button Industries, Intech, Intraco Refueling Stations, Islami Bank Bangladesh, Islamic Finance, Islami Insurance Bangladesh, Information Services Network, Information Technology Consultants, Kay & Que, Khan Brothers PP Woven Bag Industries, KDS Accessories, Kohinoor Chemical, Khulna Power Company, Kattali Textile, LafargeHolcim, Libra Infusions, Linde BD, Malek Spinning Mills, Marico BD, Matin Spinning Mills, Mozaffar Hossain Spinning Mills, Miracle Industries, Mithun Knitting, MJL Bangladesh,  ML Dyeing, Monno Ceramic, Nahee Aluminum Composite Panel, Navana CNG, National Feed Mills,  National Tea Company, Olympic Accessories, Olympic Industries, Padma Islami Life Insurance, Pacific Denims, Prime Islami Life Insurance, Quasem Industries , Queen South Textile, RAK Ceramics, Rangpur Dairy &  Food Products, RN Spinning, Ratanpur Steel Re-rolling Mills, Saiham Textile Mills, Salvo Chemical Industry, Samorita Hospital, Shahjalal Islami Bank, Shasha Denims, Shurwid Industries, Social Islami Bank, Silva Pharmaceuticals, Simtex industries, Singer Bangladesh, Sinobangla Industries, SK Trims & Industries, Shinepukur Ceramics,, Shahjibazar Power, Square Textiles, Square Pharmaceuticals, Standard Ceramic Industries, Summit Power, Takaful Islami Insurance, Titas Gas, Tung Hai Knitting and Dyeing, Usmania Glass Sheet Factory, VFS Thread Dyeing, Yeakin Polymer and Zaheen Spinning.


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