Country’s twin bourses Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) have returned to negative after continued positive trend in two previous sessions in line with the political backdrop amid continued confrontation.
Share price index at both DSE and CSE experienced downturn on Wednesday. Earlier, both the bourses gained in two successive sessions on Monday-Tuesday following losses in four consecutive sessions till Sunday.
On Wednesday morning, trading at both the bourses began on a positive note but ended the day in red amid the news of increasing political clashes across the country.
Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) has signed a joint communiqué with BCIM, the sub-regional and economic cooperative block of Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar. This was signed while the CSE President Al Maruf Khan FCA participated at the BCIM Economic Corridor Connectivity Forum and the 12th
annual meeting of the China Society of Logistics held at Fuzhou in China.
The contract will be placed soon in the China Foreign Ministry as the future course of action, says a press release.
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