Upward share market, transactions of more than 150 crore rupees in half an hour

The country’s stock market has started to return to the upward trend after coming out of decline. On Monday (July 8), the second working day of the week, the index showed an upward trend at the beginning of trading. Along with that, most of the company’s shares and units are on the price increase list. Also, the transaction speed is good.

In the first half-hour of trading, the main stock market Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) index rose by 21 points. And the transaction was more than 150 crore rupees. About 200 companies have written their names on the price hike list.

Another stock market Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) also has a large number of companies in the price increase list. As a result, the price index is also on the upward trend. Along with this, the market is also showing a good pace of transactions.

On this day, trading in the stock market started by increasing the share price of most of the companies. The main index of DSE increased by 12 points as soon as the trading started. During the first half hour of trading, the share price of most companies continued to rise. In this, the main index of DSE increased by 21 points after half an hour of trading.

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But after that, the share price of some companies fell. As a result, the upward trend of the index has reduced. As of writing this report at 10:36 am, 169 companies’ shares and units are on the list of price increase in DSE. On the contrary, the price of 161 has decreased. And the price of 50 remains unchanged.

As a result the main index of DSE increased by 7 points. Among the other two indices, the DSE-30 index fell by 1 point. And DSE Shariah index increased by 1 point. So far 181 crore 38 lakh taka has been traded in DSE.

Another stock market Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) general index CASPI increased by 31 points. 77 lakhs was transacted. Of the 79 institutions that participated in the transaction, 35 increased, 31 decreased and 13 remained unchanged.