Trading in both the country’s stock markets ended with a fall on Monday. The stock market has fallen sharply on this day. With the big fall, transactions also fell to a seven-month low.
Today, the DSE’s main index DSEX fell 90.6 points to 5,365.21 points. Among other DSE indices, the Shariah Index fell by 20.45 points, the DSE-30 Index by 48.20 points and the CDSET by 24.24 points to 1222.03 points, 2056.38 points and 1145.09 points respectively.
Today, the DSE has a turnover of 48 crore 8 lakh. Today’s trading on the DSE is the lowest in six months, 23 days or 140 working days. Earlier, on July 29 of the previous year, there were less transactions than today. The transaction on that day was 399 crore 52 lakh taka.
Shares and units of 343 companies were traded on the DSE today. Among these companies, the share price of 23 or 7.60 percent has increased, the share price of 219 or 63.75 percent has decreased and the share and unit price of 101 or 29.45 percent have remained unchanged.
On the other hand, the overall index CASPI of the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) fell by 256.28 points to 15,584.99 points. Today, 18 companies have participated in the transaction at CSE. Of these, the rates of 28 have increased, the rates of 122 have decreased and the rates of 38 have remained unchanged. Shares and units worth Tk 41.41 crore were traded on the CSE.
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