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.
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 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.
Music streaming service Spotify, one of Europe`s most valuable tech start-ups, could start to become profitable as early as next year, said a board member who was also one of the company`s first investors.
"The government has a plan to build Purbachal new town project a smart city where quality infrastructure and all modern amenities will be set up for ensuring residents a high standard of living," Chairman of Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkho (RAJUK) M Bazlul Karim Chowdhury said, reports BSS.
Oil shot up over 10 per cent after producer club OPEC and Russia cut a deal to reduce output to drain a global supply glut, but analysts warned prices could recede as other producers stand ready to fill the gap.
The government received over Tk 30.26 billion in income tax against around 0.93 million returns submitted until 7:0pm Wednesday, the last return-submission date for individual taxpayers, officials said.
OPEC has agreed its first oil output cuts since 2008 after Saudi Arabia accepted "a big hit" on its production and dropped its demand on arch-rival Iran to slash output, pushing up crude prices by around 10 per cent.