Another 9.5 thousand crore rupees were added to the market capital


Out of the four trading days last week, the country’s stock market was up on three working days. In this, shares and units of many companies have entered the list of price increase in the main stock market Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) throughout the week. As a result, the market capitalization of DSE has increased to more than 9.5 thousand crore rupees in one week.

In the previous week, the market capitalization increased by over 17.5 thousand crore rupees. It increased to over 10 thousand crore rupees in the previous week. In this, the market capitalization of DSE has increased by about 37.5 thousand crores in the 11 working days after Eid.

Over the past week, all the price indices have risen along with the increase in the share and unit prices of most of the companies on the DSE. With that, the transaction speed has increased. Over the past week, shares and units of 329 companies participating in trading on the DSE have entered the list of gainers. On the contrary, the price has decreased by 40. And the price of 24 remains unchanged.

The market capitalization of DSE stood at Tk 6 lakh 71 thousand 63 crore at the end of the last working day of the week with most of the institutions increasing their prices. Which was 6 lakh 61 thousand 508 crore on the last working day of last week. That is, the market capitalization of DSE has increased by 9 thousand 555 crores or 1.44 percent during the week.

The market capitalization increased by Tk 17 thousand 859 crore in the previous week. The market capitalization increased by Tk 10 thousand 56 crore in the two working days of the previous week. As a result, the market capitalization of DSE increased by Tk 37 thousand 470 crore in the 11 trading days after Eid.

Meanwhile, DSE’s main index DSEX increased by 142.15 points or 2.65 percent last week. The index increased by 111.28 points or 2.12 percent from the previous week. The index gained 126.31 points in the two trading days of the previous week. That is, the main price index of DSE increased by 379 points in 11 working days after Eid.

The DSE-30 index, which is made up of selected good companies, rose alongside the main value index. The index rose by 28.77 points or 1.50 percent over the past week. The index increased by 47.09 points in the previous week. The index increased by 53.59 points in two working days in the previous week.

The DSE Shariah index, which comprises companies operating on Islamic Shariah basis, also rose steadily. The index rose by 25.18 points or 2.13 percent last week. The index increased by 37.46 points or 3.27 percent in the previous week. The index rose 34 points in two working days in the previous week.

Along with the rise in prices, the speed of transactions has also increased. An average of Tk 615 crore 82 lakh was traded on DSE every working day of the week. In the previous week, the average daily transaction was Tk 560 crore 42 lakh. That is, the average transaction per working day has increased by 55 crore 40 lakh taka or 9.89 percent.

Jamuna Oil was the most traded share in rupee terms on DSE throughout the week. The company’s shares have been traded on an average daily basis of Tk 29 crore 95 lakh which is 4.86 percent of the total trade. The shares of Meghna Petroleum, which is in the second place, traded an average of Tk 20 crore 14 lakh per day. Beach Hatchery is in the third place with an average of Tk 14 crore 27 lakh per day.

Besides, the list of top ten traded companies includes- Orion Pharma, Alif Industries, Pragati Life Insurance, Sea Pearl Beach Resort, Unilever Consumer Care, Lavello Ice Cream and Salvo Chemicals.

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