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14 March, 2016 00:00 00 AM
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Stock mixed amid lower trade

BSS

Stock market opened week mixed yesterday amid lower trade when the broader index fell at Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), but rose marginally at Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE), reports BSS.
The two selective indices at DSE also showed positive trend at the first session of the week.
The broader DSEX index of DSE finished the last session of the week up on Thursday, but returned to red zone and ended flat in red at 4480.18 to open this week.
The blue-chip DS30 and the Shariah DSES also ended flat in green at 1721.52 and 1087.04 accordingly.
At CSE, the major CSCX index finished the day over 13 points up at 8396.91 when the trade value was Taka 26.56 crore for 91.62 lakh shares.
The daily turnover value at DSE, however, declined by 4.06 per cent to Taka 367 crore and the volume fell by 10.36 per cent to 10.03 crore shares.
"Market skidded again dragged by profit taking on financial, textile and engineering stocks," Lanka Bangla Securities Limited (LBSL) said.
Share prices of telecom, fuel & power and pharmaceutical sectors increased while the shares of banks and food & allied decreased.
The market was absolutely for buyers, with 170 issues losing against 106 gaining and 38 static securities.
The major gainers were Kaya Cosmetic, Aman Feed, Padma Oil, Prime Insurance and Berger Paint when  United Finance, BSRM Limited, Eastern Lub, Gemeni Sea Food and Aramit were the major losers.
Aman Feed topped the turnover list followed by Lanka Bangla Finance, Orion Pharm, CMC Kamal, Beximco Pharma and BSCCL.

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