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Finance Minister expects strong capital market by 2020

Finance Minister expects strong capital market by 2020

Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith expressed his hope that Bangladesh would have a strong capital market by 2020 which can provide the necessary investment for the government.

US stocks end higher

US stocks end higher

US stocks closed higher on Friday in a modest but broad-based advance as Donald Trump was sworn in as US President.

institutional-foreign investors returned to the market

institutional-foreign investors returned to the market

A press briefing of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) was held at the DSE premises on Thursday. Managing Director of DSE KAM Majedur Rahman was present at the press briefing.

Asian shares mixed

Asian shares mixed

Asian markets were mixed in cautious trading Friday ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.

Stocks extend winning run

Stocks extend winning run

Stocks witnessed yet another bullish session on Thursday, extending the gaining spell for the ten sessions in a row, as enthusiastic investors continued their buying spree on large-cap stocks.

Stocks upbeat

Stocks upbeat

Stocks maintained the upbeat momentum for the nine consecutive sessions on Wednesday as investors continued their buying spree amid growing confidence.

BD seeks to develop big hydel project in Nepal

BD seeks to develop big hydel project in Nepal

China should set an economic growth target of around 6.5 per cent for 2017, although it is very likely that it will be able to exceed that level, the State Information Center said on Monday.

Oil surges as producers agree output cut deal

Oil surges as producers agree output cut deal

Oil prices jumped more than 5 per cent on Monday after OPEC and non-OPEC producers agreed to curb oil output and ease a global glut, while the US dollar extended gains ahead of an expected rate hike this week.

Banks` written-off loans soar further to Tk 423 billion

Banks` written-off loans soar further to Tk 423 billion

Written-off loans bloated by nearly 3.0 per cent or Tk 11.20 billion in the first six months of the current calendar year as banks tried to clean their balance sheets by reducing loads of default loans.

UK shop prices slip again

UK shop prices slip again

UK shop prices slipped in November at the same rate as in October, but rising cost pressures linked to the decision by voters to leave the European Union are likely to feed into high street prices next year.