Index Review  
Weekly Market Trend

 

Capitalization Changes
Details Index Review  
Date Open High Low Close Volume Change Change% No. of Trade Hawla
27-07-2017 5824.43 5857.24 5812.74 5815.07 202663000 -9.36 -0.16 0 97427
26-07-2017 5801.9 5829.22 5795.59 5824.43 173182000 22.53 0.39 0 87448
25-07-2017 5798.12 5821.62 5798.1 5801.9 190339000 3.78 0.07 0 92280
24-07-2017 5775.6 5802.99 5773.57 5798.12 154049000 22.52 0.39 0 87397
23-07-2017 5782.47 5798.03 5773.55 5775.6 118629000 -6.87 -0.12 0 80503
20-07-2017 5775.59 5806.07 5761.25 5782.47 165904000 6.88 0.12 0 95494
19-07-2017 5819.26 5838.36 5773.72 5775.59 246851000 5775.59 0 0 139711

 

Weekly Index Overview
  Change in Point Change in %
DSEGEN 81.64 1.91
DSEX -38.36 -0.65
DSE 30 -7.91 -0.48
     

 

DSE GEN Technical Indecator
Indecator This Week Last Week
RSI 67.62 70.42
MFI 75.65 73.01
Ultimate 56.16 60.42
Stoch RSI 67.8 70.83
Category P/E Overview
  P/E Ratio Category Cap Category Earnings
A 16.78 3,183,975,545,807 189,694,320,607
Z -22.92 52,976,363,941 -2,311,316,806
B -25.93 29,943,519,265 -1,154,860,425
N 33.44 30,617,942,433 915,475,000

 

  This Week Last Week
  Buy Sell Buy Sell
USD 80.7 80.7 80.7 80.7
EUR 94.96 95 94.38 94.39
GBP 104 104.03 104.99 105.01
AUD 63.93 63.97 63.66 63.75
Source: Bangladesh Bank Website

 

Last Week’s DSE GEN Minute Chart  

 

Market Observation:   

 

 

Technical Chart  

 

Technical Interpretation  

Market Trends

Long Term Trend : Bullish
Mid Term Trend : Bearish
Weekly Trend : Bearish

We Saw DSEX Index is belongs to hight level . From this level Market is going down in past. In last few weeks, We saw negative movements in Enginiering  and Pharma sector. Some sector is now showing down Trend which may continue in upcoming days like Finance and Bank sector .

 

Weekly Sector Comparison  

 

Sector Last Week This Week Changes Changes%
(Last Week)
Changes%
(This Week)
Changes
Bank 3445.4494 6134.419 2688.9696 6.78% 19.68% 12.89
Textile 1829.1413 4244.765 2415.6237 3.6% 13.62% 10.02
Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals 1900.1265 2730.711 830.5845 3.74% 8.76% 5.02
Engineering 3245.6271 3397.444 151.8169 6.39% 10.9% 4.51
Financial Institutions 3037.055 3230.634 193.579 5.98% 10.36% 4.38
Food & Allied 730.1292 1134.901 404.7718 1.44% 3.64% 2.2
IT Sector 192.1915 716.761 524.5695 0.38% 2.3% 1.92
Mutual Funds 377.7213 685.783 308.0617 0.74% 2.2% 1.46
Services & Real Estate 297.4855 549.621 252.1355 0.59% 1.76% 1.18
Tannery Industries 187.7649 406.977 219.2121 0.37% 1.31% 0.94
Miscellaneous 1295.6327 1014.012 -281.6207 2.55% 3.25% 0.7
Ceramics Sector 508.1127 523.398 15.2853 1% 1.68% 0.68
Paper & Printing 1.3484 199.72 198.3716 0% 0.64% 0.64
Jute 14.8288 89.333 74.5042 0.03% 0.29% 0.26
Travel & Leisure 474.991 355.174 -119.817 0.94% 1.14% 0.2
Corporate Bond 5.4362 1.9 -3.5362 0.01% 0.01% -0
Telecommunication 1741.662 835.364 -906.298 3.43% 2.68% -0.75
Cement 2320.6313 752.439 -1568.1923 4.57% 2.41% -2.15
Fuel & Power 6355.3329 2427.852 -3927.4809 12.51% 7.79% -4.72
Insurance 3409.4504 418.787 -2990.6634 6.71% 1.34% -5.37
Grand Total 50795.298816 (Million) 31174.146048 (Million) -19621.152768      

 

Weekly Sector Wise Price Earnings Ratio   

Overall Market P/E(excl. z,otc) 17.13

Sector name P/E Ratio Sector Cap Sector Earning
Bank 10.97 639,406,037,284 58,278,168,493
Financial Institutions 20.97 233,351,495,916 11,128,770,099
Engineering 23.19 202,323,484,038 8,723,834,678
Food & Allied 24.59 252,220,803,325 10,257,588,624
Fuel & Power 13.94 337,664,600,789 24,214,189,117
Jute 303.04 1,686,248,100 5,564,440
Textile 19.65 117,003,852,973 5,953,279,733
Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals 19.90 491,431,219,584 24,693,707,853
Paper & Printing -72.71 1,326,200,000 -18,240,000
Travel & Leisure 28.64 19,286,670,640 673,479,211
Services & Real Estate 13.99 26,005,691,782 1,859,525,508
Cement 36.42 129,111,311,828 3,545,320,757
IT Sector 30.05 11,578,115,576 385,351,454
Tannery Industries 25.94 27,561,843,000 1,062,369,067
Ceramics Sector 23.31 23,861,568,403 1,023,471,453
Insurance 16.40 81,584,043,353 4,974,241,271
Telecommunication 18.80 548,726,987,151 29,185,697,666
Miscellaneous 28.62 100,406,833,763 3,508,615,759

 

Last Week's Sector Minute Chart   
     

 

Weekly Top Performers   

Top Gainers

Company High Low LTP YClose Change(TK) Change(%) P/E EPS Volume Value Trade
BBSCABLES 137 126.9 130.8 92.6 30.50 30.41 50.31 2.6 3341830 436.434 6515
SAMATALETH 53.2 47 51.8 41.9 11.20 27.59 -555 -0.09 143485 7.493 504
MONNOSTAF 789.9 749.5 781.1 594.7 160.60 25.88 976.38 0.8 6036 4.673 238
KAY&QUE 100.3 97 97.2 82.6 16.20 20.00 -73.64 -1.32 78402 7.768 445
UTTARABANK 34.8 32.7 33.1 27.5 5.40 19.49 8.15 4.06 6069220 204.467 2390
BDAUTOCA 126.5 119.8 122.2 104 18.50 17.84 254.58 0.48 320591 39.525 1253
AZIZPIPES 126.5 124.1 124.7 112.3 17.60 16.43 252.77 0.49 11063 1.384 150
PUBALIBANK 29.5 27.9 28.2 24.3 3.60 14.63 11.75 2.4 4065800 116.489 1910
IBNSINA 275.6 255 275.3 244.6 31.90 13.11 28.92 9.52 909675 243.281 3050
STANDARINS 25 23.4 24.7 20.9 2.70 12.27 14.03 1.76 179382 4.412 224

 

Top Loosers

Company High Low LTP YClose Change(Tk) Change(%) P/E EPS Volume Value Trade
SUNLIFEINS 21.3 20 21.1 26.6 -5.30 -20.08 0 0 93312 1.921 138
NATLIFEINS 157.9 156 156.5 184.3 -28.40 -15.36 0 0 10663 1.67 94
FUWANGFOOD 24.4 23.5 23.6 25.9 -2.80 -10.61 41.16 0.57 3155490 75.102 1685
KPPL 11.6 10.9 11.5 13.1 -1.20 -9.45 -31.94 -0.36 546287 6.185 359
SHURWID 14.7 13.3 14.7 16.4 -1.40 -8.70 -58.03 -0.25 325463 4.568 317
REGENTTEX 26.3 25.1 25.2 27.7 -2.10 -7.69 22.77 1.11 910654 23.104 722
SINOBANGLA 58.6 57 57.8 62.7 -4.00 -6.47 35.83 1.61 79939 4.605 285
ZEALBANGLA 42.5 41.2 41.6 45.6 -2.30 -5.24 -1.16 -35.97 12733 0.531 33
ZAHINTEX 19.5 18.9 19 20 -0.80 -4.04 22.62 0.84 310533 5.935 176
UNIQUEHRL 54 53.4 53.5 55.8 -1.90 -3.43 26.93 1.99 215423 11.547 245

 

Top Turnover

Company High Low % Change P/E EPS Volume Turnover Trade
BBSCABLES 137.00 126.90 30.41 50.31 2.6 3341830 437111364 6515
IFADAUTOS 164.00 160.80 5.70 23.94 6.73 1685520 271705824 1667
IBNSINA 275.60 255.00 13.11 28.92 9.52 909675 250433527.5 3050
SALVOCHEM 27.20 26.00 9.62 33.31 0.79 8453180 221473316 1874
IFIC 20.60 19.60 -2.48 6.66 2.96 10901900 214767430 2539
UTTARABANK 34.80 32.70 19.49 8.15 4.06 6069220 200891182 2390
CNATEX 14.10 12.90 1.55 18.19 0.72 14872100 194824510 2637
JAMUNAOIL 215.70 208.10 2.96 10.34 20.84 809627 174393655.8 1481
MERCANBANK 25.90 24.80 -2.73 6.13 4.06 6690250 166587225 1071
CITYBANK 43.70 41.70 -5.41 9.63 4.36 3716320 156085440 1573

 

DSE Selected News   
BSRMSTEEL BSRMSTEEL: Dividend Declaration News: The Board of Directors has recommended 15% final cash dividend (i.e. total 35% cash dividend for the year 2017 inclusive of 20% Interim cash dividend which has already been paid) for the year ended on June 30, 2017. Date of AGM: 28.09.2017, Time: 9:30 AM, Venue: The Institution of Engineers Bangladesh, Chittagong Center, S.S. Khaled Road, Chittagong. Record Date: 07.09.2017. (cont. 1) Post Date: 2017-08-13
CITYBANK CITYBANK: Buy confirmation of a Director News: Mr. Rafiqul Islam Khan, one of the Directors of the Company, has further reported that he has completed his buy of 8,50,000 shares of the Company at prevailing market price through Stock Exchange as announced earlier. Post Date: 2017-08-16
CITYBANK CITYBANK: Buy Declaration of a Corporate Director News: Partex Corporate Limited, one of the Corporate Directors of the Company, has expressed its intention to buy 5,59,780 shares of the Company at prevailing market price (in the Public/Block Market) through Stock Exchange within next 30 working days. Post Date: 2017-08-16
CNATEX CNATEX: Query Response News: In response to a DSE query dated August 10, 2017 regarding a news published in the online newspaper as regard to "Change in Management of C & A Textiles Limited ", the Company has replied that there will be no change in Governance of the Company or Board of Directors. Post Date: 2017-08-17
ISLAMIBANK ISLAMIBANK: Consent accorded from BSEC for issuance of Non-convertible Bond News: The Company has informed that BSEC has accorded consent under the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Commission (Private Placement of Debt Securities) Rules, 2012 for raising of Tier 2 capital by Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited through issuance of 7 years Non-convertible, 'IBBL Mudaraba Redeemable Subordinated Bond' amounting to Tk. 5,000.00 million only through private placement in order to strengthen Capital Base of the Bank. (cont.) Post Date: 2017-08-13
ISLAMIBANK ISLAMIBANK: Sale declaration of a Sponsor News: Mr. Mohammad Abdullah, one of the Sponsors of the Company, has expressed his intention to sell 68,642 shares out of his total holding of 15,68,642 shares of the Company at prevailing market price (In the Public/Block Market) through Stock Exchange within next 30 working days. Post Date: 2017-08-13
KDSALTD KDSALTD: Commencement of expansion of Button and addition of Hanger project News: (Continuation news of KDSALTD): On expansion and addition of new project, total 280 GG of Button and 150,000 Pcs of Hangers could be produced per day upon utilization of full capacity and may generate addition al sales revenue of Tk. 20.83 million per month and Tk. 250.00 million annually approximately. (end) Post Date: 2017-08-13
LANKABAFIN LANKABAFIN: BSEC approval for issuance of Zero Coupon Bond News: The Company has informed that Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission vide its letter dated August 10, 2017 has approved the issuance of Zero Coupon Bond by Lanka Bangla Finance Limited with an amount of Tk. 500.00 crore only at the rate of 7.50% p.a. to meet its ongoing business requirements, subject to the compliance with the relevant laws and Regulatory requirements. Post Date: 2017-08-13
SONARBAINS SONARBAINS: Buy confirmation of a Corporate Director News: Modern Washing & Dyeing Ltd., one of the Corporate Directors of the Company, has further reported that it has completed its buy of 2,50,000 shares of the Company at prevailing market price through Stock Exchange as announced earlier. Post Date: 2017-08-17
SUMITPOWER SUMITPOWER: The Company and SCL received LOI from BPDB News: The Company has informed that the Consortium of Summit Corporation Limited (SCL) and Summit Power Limited (SPL) has received a Letter of Intent (LOI) on 10th August, 2017 from Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) for the development of a Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) based power generation facility of 300 MW (net) capacity at Kodda, Gazipur, Bangladesh under the Private Sector Power generation policy of Bangladesh on Build, Own and Operate (BOO) basis for a period of 15 years (cont.) Post Date: 2017-08-16

 

Economy Overview:   
45 garment factories may miss deadline

Refayet Ullah Mirdha All garment workers might not receive their salaries and allowances by August 24, the deadline set by the ministry of labour and employment for apparel factory owners to clear their payroll for Eid-ul-Azha. At least 45 factories, mostly small and medium, are at risk of failing to pay their workers even before Eid-ul-Azha, said Sirajul Islam Rony, garment workers' representative at the minimum wage board. The names of the factories were forwarded to the ministry on Wednesday, he added. Nearly 1,000 factories may pay workers two or three days before Eid-ul-Azha, which is expected to take place on September 1 or 2. However, at least 1,500 factories would pay their workers within the deadline, or a day or two after, according to Rony. At present, about 4.4 million workers are employed in the 4,000 garment factories in Bangladesh. Most of the workers are migrants from rural areas and they head to their village homes to celebrate Eids with their loved ones. The workers get a three-day public holiday during the festival and owners make the payments area-wise. “I can assure you that no worker will leave the capital without getting his or her wages and bonuses before the Eid festival,” said Mahmud Hasan Khan Babu, vice-president of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association. The payment may be one or two days past the deadline set by the labour ministry as owners also need to manage the money, he said. The BGMEA is monitoring 10 factories that might fail to pay their workers before Eid. “We have been in talks with those owners to make arrangements such that the workers are paid on time. Our target is to pay every worker before Eid,” Babu added. The decision to pay the workers' dues for the month by August 24 was taken in a meeting on Wednesday between Mujibul Haque Chunnu, state minister for labour and employment, and the factory owners, trade union leaders and other stakeholders. The minister asked the owners to clear all dues before Eid to avoid any kind of labour unrest. Chunnu also advised the owssners to take turns to announce holidays to avoid traffic congestion that invariably takes place every year. Source: The Financial Express
Bangladesh to import 1.5m tones of rice

The government has decided to import 1.5 million tonnes of rice and 0.5 million tonnes of wheat to boost the stock. The government has already struck deals with Vietnam and Cambodia to buy 0.25million tonnes of rice from each country. Maximum rice imported from Vietnam has already reached the country. Food Minister Qamrul Islam disclosed the decision after a meeting of the Food Planning and Monitoring Committee held at the Secretariat Wednesday. The minister said they had a target to produce 19.1 million tonnes of rice in the country this year but it could not be achieved due to massive floods. Asked how much rice has so far imported, Qamrul said, "Some 025 million tonnes have already entered our sea boundary. The rest will be imported by the current fiscal year," he said. There is no scarcity of rice in the country and the prices also remain people's purchasing capacity, he claimed. The minister said the government will provide rice at Tk 10 per kg among the poor people under the Food-friendly Programme from September which will continue for three months. Each of 5.0 million families across the country will be able to buy at least 33 kg of rice per month, he added. Finance Minister AMA Muhith, Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed, Agriculture Minister and Matia Chowdhury were present at the meeting. Source: The Financial Express
Default loans fall as state banks beef up efforts

Default loans fall as state banks beef up efforts Jebun Nesa Alo Default loans declined 0.4 percentage points to 10.13 percent in second quarter of the year thanks to spirited performance by state banks in recovery. At the end of June, the total default loans stood at Tk 74,148 crore, according to data from the Bangladesh Bank. “Though the default loan rate decreased it is still in double digits, which is alarming for the industry,” said Mohammed Nurul Amin, managing director of Meghna Bank. The default loan rate would have come down to single digit if the state banks put in more effort in loan recovery, he added. State banks though managed to trim their default loans by Tk 1,135 crore in the second quarter to Tk 34,580 crore. The private banks though saw their default loans increase 6.73 percent to Tk 31,728 crore during the quarter. “The rise in default loans of private commercial banks in the second quarter is seasonal as recovery efforts tend to be slow in middle of the year,” said Anis A Khan, managing director of Mutual Trust Bank. During this time of the year, banks give more priority to business expansion, he said. But the default loans will invariably decline at the end of the year, when banks go into loan recovery mode, he added. The default loans of two specialised banks, Bangladesh Krishi Bank and Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank, declined 2.92 percent to Tk 5,518 crore at the end of June. The foreign banks' default loans increased 1.67 percent to Tk 2,320 crore last quarter. Stay updated on the go with The Daily Star News App. Click here to download it for your device. Source: The Daily Star
Economic growth to remain comfortable despite damage

FE Report Finance Minister AMA Muhith expects country's economic growth to remain in a comfortable zone despite possible crop losses caused by current flood onslaughts. He said the latest spell of flooding posed a sort of crisis and the government is capable of facing the situation. "There is no reason to be worried about flooding as the government is capable of coping with such situation," Mr Muhith told his audience at a function Wednesday. "Though the import costs of rice have swelled up due to loss of crop production, but we can do this; we are capable of doing this for the people of the country," he said at an agreement-signing ceremony at a city hotel. PRAN Dairy Ltd and Sonali Bank Ltd signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on lending to contract farmers of PRAN Dairy for raring high-quality cattle breeds and increasing production of dairy products. Director (Corporate Finance) of PRAN-RFL Group Uzma Chowdhury and General Manager of Sonali Bank Rafiqul Islam inked the deal. Terming agriculture the base of the economy, Mr Muhith said whatever other sectors bring for the economy, agriculture always will be the prime sector. The finance minister noted that Bangladesh has achieved consistent growth for last eight years. "It is impossible to remain poor for a country if the country achieves consistent growth for 10 to 12 years," he said. Speaking as chief guest, he thanked the state-owned Sonali Bank for such initiative as he thinks such loans would be able to bring the bank out of present losing state. Mr Muhith said PRAN is one of the top agro-product companies in the country. They ushered in horizons of prosperity in many other modes of agribusiness. Under the agreement, the bank will provide loans to the dairy farmers as per recommendation of PRAN Dairy. Farmers will receive collateral-free loan worth Tk 50,000 to 200,000 while Tk 300,000 to 1,000,000 with collateral. The farmers will have three to five years to pay back. The bank primarily granted Tk 100 million. This amount will rise gradually, PRAN group sources said. Speaking at the programme, Bangladesh Bank governor Fazle Kabir said more than one-third of Sonali Bank's loans are non-performing loans, and this has, like other state-owned banks, concentrated loans. He urged the Sonali Bank management to find such sectors like PRAN Dairy to provide loans to overcome the present situation. Senior Secretary at Financial Institutions Division Eunusur Rahman termed this loan to PRAN Dairy unique. "State-owned banks are worried about bigger loans. The repayments of the loans are not coming to the banks. They can provide loans to such smaller sectors and bring those loans back in time," he said. Ahsan Khan Chowdhury, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PRAN-RFL Group, said his group will take responsibility of the loans. He said there is huge potential untapped in the dairy sector as the country produces only 30 per cent of total demand for dairy products. He told the function that the contractual dairy farmers will use the loan to buy cows, prepare shed, buy cattle feed and carry out other farm-related development activities. The company chief said more than 11,000 registered dairy farmers are working with five PRAN Dairy hubs at Gurudaspur of Natore, Chatmohor of Pabna, Shahjadpur and Baghabari of Sirajganj and Rangpur. They bring up 55,000 heads of cattle. PRAN Dairy provides various facilities, including vaccination, treatment, training on farm setup and development, and artificial insemination, to the dairy farmers. Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sonali Bank Ashraful Moqbul said this loan under marketing-plus programme has a unique condition, a win-win situation for all stakeholders. Md. Obayed Ullah Al Masud, Managing Director and CEO of Sonali Bank, said the bank provides loan for country's agriculture, industry and other potential sectors. PRAN Dairy is one of the major organizations contributing largely to development of the dairy sector. bdsmile@gmail.com Source: The Financial Express
Four telcos claim Tk 426cr VAT rebate unlawfully: NBR

Star Business Report Four mobile phone operators have unlawfully claimed Tk 426 crore as VAT rebate since 2012, said the National Board of Revenue. Of the sum, Robi claimed Tk 237 crore, Grameenphone Tk 99.94 crore, Banglalink Tk 78.99 crore and state-run Teletalk Tk 15.16 crore on various VAT exempt and tariff value-based goods and services, which is not permitted by law. Businesses can claim VAT rebate on raw materials on grounds that the money has already been paid in advance. The Large Taxpayers Unit, the NBR's field office that collects taxes from the operators, sought refund of the amount to the state coffer, which the carriers refused to. Instead, they went to the Customs Excise & VAT Appellate Tribunal to challenge the LTU's decision, said officials. “We have already disallowed the rebate claimed by the operators. So, the operators will have to deposit the money to the exchequer,” said a senior LTU official. LTU VAT Commissioner Md Matiur Rahman said his office initially sought explanations from the operators, after which they arrived at the conclusion that the VAT rebate claims were unlawful. Robi, Banglalink and Teletalk did not respond to request for comment on the matter, while Grammeenphone declined to do so without knowing full details. The disclosure of the four operators' unlawful VAT rebate claim came at a view exchange meeting and press conference organised yesterday by the LTU with the view to sharing its fiscal 2016-17 collection figure and its target for this fiscal year. The NBR field office, which typically accounts for 55 percent of the total VAT collected from domestic businesses in a year, logged in Tk 36,972 crore for fiscal 2016-17, up 21 percent year-on-year. At the programme, the LTU also unveiled its plan to realise Tk 10,000 crore in arrears, particularly from state-run gas companies. It is also looking to realise Tk 4,017 crore through settlement of cases at the court. “We have realised quite a good amount of arrear taxes last fiscal year. That is why we could collect revenues higher than our target,” Rahman said. This year, the LTU wants to collect at least Tk 8,000 crore by realising arrears and through legal battles, he said. For fiscal 2017-18, the LTU has been tasked with collecting Tk 50,000 crore, which is 35 percent higher than its collection last fiscal year. Rahman urged the NBR high-ups to increase the capacity of his field office and get more big firms listed with the view to collecting higher revenue. Some 170 big firms dealing with cigarettes, energy and gas, mobile phones, banks, pharmaceuticals and fast moving consumer goods are listed under the LTU. Of them, 157 are active. After the programme, Bangladesh Insurance Association Chairman Sheikh Kabir Hossain and Deputy Editor of Samakal Abu Sayeed Khan also spoke. Source: The Daily Star
SCC announces Tk 493.15b budget for FY 2017-18

Our Correspondent SYLHET, Aug 17: The mayor of Sylhet City Corporation announced a Tk 493.15 billion budget of Sylhet City Corporation (SCC) for 2017-2018 fiscal year while it was of Tk 338.52 million in the last fiscal. City mayor Ariful Haque Chowdhury announced it at a press conference at a hotel in the city this afternoon in presence of a large number of elite, SCC officials and media men. The revenue (General) earning target from the SCC's own sources has been set at Tk 831.78 million including Tk 477.9 million from holding tax, Tk 85 million as trade licence fee, Tk 80 million from property transfer tax, Tk 28 million from water connection fee and Tk 15 million in fee for deep tubewell setting etc. The rest amount is to come from different heads. Besides, the target of earning from government has been set at Tk 100 billion in Sylhet city's infrastructure construction project, Tk 200 million from the government's ADP allocation, Tk 100 million in special grant, Tk 100 million for other projects' allocation, Tk 800 million in allocation for the project to reclaiming the 11 canals and construction of RCC retaining wall, Tk 290 million for procurement of machinery etc. Besides, Tk 218.5 million is targeted as Indian government grant (committed) for improvement of environment and construction of educational institutions. The revenue expenditure is set at Tk 488.97 million to be spent for establishment, education related works, grant for social and religious organisations, health & sanitary sector, tree plantation, sports & games, electrification of roads, water line repair etc. Another amount of Tk 344 million has been set for different infrastructural development projects, development of bus terminal, markets etc. Tk 500 million would be spent for land acquisition and development for different purposes. In his speech the mayor said we are working on a major programme to be started for modern management of medical wastes as soon as possible. Besides, the water treatment plant at Kushitek area would soon be put into full operation to supply additional 28 million litres water daily. On the other hand, a new water treatment plant of 50 million litres capacity is awaiting approval from the government, he added. The mayor in his address sought all out cooperation from the city dwellers to make Sylhet a clean city. iqbal1527@hotmail.com Source: The Financial Express

 

Technical Indicators   
Updated on : Jul 27, 2017
Highest RSI
DUTCHBANGL 86.58
TRUSTBANK 85.14
SINOBANGLA 84.68
ISNLTD 82.7
LEGACYFOOT 81.48
JUTESPINN 78.79
JANATAINS 78.09
IDLC 77.89
AZIZPIPES 77.37
SAMATALETH 77.31
Highest ADX
EBL 62.21
SINOBANGLA 61.64
CAPMBDBLMF 58.93
PLFSL 58.38
MERCANBANK 57.69
1STPRIMFMF 57.31
ICBEPMF1S1 54.3
FINEFOODS 52.68
AZIZPIPES 52.58
KARNAPHULI 52.5
Highest MACD
BERGERPBL 157.46
BATBC 61.55
DSEX 58.6
EASTRNLUB 19.18
MONNOSTAF 17.26
AMBEEPHA 10.84
AZIZPIPES 9.58
JUTESPINN 9.51
STYLECRAFT 9.23
GP 9.13
Highest MFI
UNITEDINS 99.12
JUTESPINN 92.66
JANATAINS 91.9
ASIAINS 91.19
DUTCHBANGL 89.19
IBBLPBOND 87.64
VAMLRBBF 87.45
CENTRALINS 87.06
PRAGATIINS 87.01
FIRSTFIN 86.62


Highest TRIX
BDFINANCE -3.84
NTC -3.5
STANDARINS -3.25
REGENTTEX -2.92
BDCOM -2.91
TOSRIFA -2.88
PARAMOUNT -2.82
POPULARLIF -2.04
MHSML -1.85
FASFIN -1.84
Highest Ultimate
GREENDELMF 78.08
DUTCHBANGL 73.47
EXIMBANK 68.18
JANATAINS 66
BERGERPBL 64.74
TRUSTBANK 64.39
NLI1STMF 64.34
CENTRALINS 64.32
SAMATALETH 63.91
EBL 63.6
Highest William % R
HAKKANIPUL -3.1
BERGERPBL -5.68
FINEFOODS -5.88
SIMTEX -6.67
JUTESPINN -6.71
SINOBANGLA -6.9
GP -6.9
ISNLTD -6.9
EASTLAND -7.14
DUTCHBANGL -7.26
Highest Stochastic
ISNLTD 100
RSRMSTEEL 96.08
DSHGARME 95.27
DUTCHBANGL 93.08
MONNOSTAF 92.07
CITYBANK 91.16
SAFKOSPINN 89.2
STYLECRAFT 88.89
CONTININS 88.49
SAMATALETH 86.54


Lowest RSI
PARAMOUNT 30.84
POPULARLIF 32.02
BDFINANCE 33.37
HEIDELBCEM 35.82
EXIM1STMF 35.84
REGENTTEX 36.27
FASFIN 36.6
UNIONCAP 36.7
NTC 36.96
MHSML 37.09
Lowest ADX
BSC 6.73
BSRMSTEEL 9.58
SUMITPOWER 9.94
SONARBAINS 10.11
RELIANCINS 10.56
SHYAMPSUG 10.86
MTB 11.36
ETL 11.43
NORTHRNINS 11.45
PREMIERLEA 11.48
Lowest MACD
NTC -12.46
IBBLPBOND -2.49
GLAXOSMITH -2.24
POPULARLIF -1.01
SQURPHARMA -0.96
BSC -0.62
REGENTTEX -0.57
PROGRESLIF -0.55
BDFINANCE -0.52
GHAIL -0.51
Lowest MFI
WMSHIPYARD 7.92
PARAMOUNT 8.02
NFML 9.44
BSC 10.95
PRIME1ICBA 11.54
REGENTTEX 15.21
SEMLLECMF 15.64
STANDARINS 15.94
CVOPRL 16.35
GLAXOSMITH 17.25


Lowest TRIX
BDFINANCE -3.84
NTC -3.5
STANDARINS -3.25
REGENTTEX -2.92
BDCOM -2.91
TOSRIFA -2.88
PARAMOUNT -2.82
POPULARLIF -2.04
MHSML -1.85
FASFIN -1.84
Lowest Ultimate
STANCERAM 23.79
AMCL(PRAN) 24.31
MATINSPINN 24.57
MJLBD 24.79
BXPHARMA 25.4
DHAKABANK 26.11
CENTRALPHL 27.1
FAREASTLIF 27.13
SQURPHARMA 27.29
ICB 27.8
Lowest William % R
IFIC1STMF -100
POPULAR1MF -100
POPULARLIF -97.22
BSC -97.14
MEGHNAPET -96.43
GLAXOSMITH -96.4
GEMINISEA -95.96
HEIDELBCEM -95.42
BDLAMPS -95.24
DOREENPWR -95.1
Lowest Stochastic
LAFSURCEML 0
ISLAMIINS 0.61
UNITEDFIN 0.65
MEGHNAPET 1.02
ACMELAB 1.13
BDAUTOCA 1.65
EHL 2.54
HEIDELBCEM 3.77
OLYMPIC 3.82
MJLBD 4.94

 

Fundamental Indicators   
Top 5 Gainer By Price
Company YCP CP %Change
RUPALIBANK 36.5 60.1 64.66
SAMATALETH 32.7 51.8 58.41
KAY&QUE 68.4 97.2 42.11
MONNOSTAF 553.1 781.1 41.22
DUTCHBANGL 105.6 140.7 33.24
Top 5 Gainer By Volume
Company Volume
GENNEXT
50812415
MERCANBANK
35160051
KEYACOSMET
32683152
FUWANGFOOD
30378713
IFIC
25488798
Top 5 Gainer By Turnover
Company Turnover
IFADAUTOS
1299.4
LANKABAFIN
968.95
MERCANBANK
821.66
SPCL
733.43
FUWANGFOOD
688.08
Top 5 Gainer By Turnover Growth
Company Y.to T.to %Change
PRIMEINSUR
0.001
0.405
40400
PRAGATIINS
0.061
1.539
2422.95
DUTCHBANGL
2.476
62.016
2404.68
PRIME1ICBA
0.078
1.863
2288.46
PREMIERBAN
7.793
177.509
2177.8

 

Highest Market Capital
Company Market Capital
GP 791047619070
MERCANBANK 637703043081
CITYBANK 581818035562
IFIC 548403569392
PRIMEBANK 531847962288
Top 5 Gainer By EPS
Company Total EPS
BATBC 136.04
BERGERPBL 73.6
LINDEBD 56.54
STYLECRAFT 51.9066666667
RECKITTBEN 51.3

 

Top 5 Gainer By P/E Ratio
Company P/E Ratio
ECABLES 749.499969482
MONNOSTAF 724.749984741
NORTHERN 721.415077066
FAMILYTEX 414.705865523
LEGACYFOOT 384.999990463
Top 5 Loser By Price
Company YCP CP %Change
UNIONCAP 24.6 20.9 -15.04
SUNLIFEINS 24.7 21.1 -14.57
NATLIFEINS 181.4 156.5 -13.73
ICBAMCL2ND 10.5 9.1 -13.33
BEACHHATCH 18.6 16.3 -12.37
Top 5 Loser By Valume
Company Volume
PROGRESLIF 1926
STYLECRAFT 1977
IBBLPBOND 2008
BERGERPBL 2669
EASTRNLUB 2872
Top 5 Loser By Tournover
Company Tournover
PROGRESLIF 0.118
SEMLLECMF 0.206
STANDARINS 0.301
SEMLIBBLSF 0.339
ASIAPACINS 0.348

 

Top 5 Loser By Tournover Growth
Company Y.to T.to %Change
UNITEDINS 0.077 0 -100
MERCINS 4.157 0.023 -99.45
RECKITTBEN 2.036 0.062 -96.95
APEXFOOT 53.117 1.727 -96.75
RENATA 36.288 1.188 -96.73
Lowest Market Capital
Company Market Capital
MODERNDYE 1365264.00465
STYLECRAFT 1486099.96289
PROGRESLIF 1518161.54126
SAVAREFR 1977775.96098
EASTRNLUB 3045615.98266

 

Top 5 Loser By EPS
Company Total EPS
SHYAMPSUG -58.16
JUTESPINN -48.1333333333
ZEALBANGLA -35.9733333333
FAREASTFIN -8.86
USMANIAGL -7.08
Top 5 Loser By P/E Ratio
Company P/E Ratio
SAMATALETH -412.5
RAHIMAFOOD -335.384603647
BANGAS -228.989361702
ISNLTD -132.272724672
CVOPRL -77.5000009781

 

 

 

Corporate Announcement

Forthcoming Initial Public Offering [IPO]

Company Proposed Ordinary Share Face Value Offer Value Market Lot EPS NAV Subscription Date

Quarterly Declaration

SYMBOL EPS Profit After Tax(mm)
This Year Last Year This Year Last Year
RUPALIINS 1.35 1.34 0.00 0.00
EBL 2.31 2.21 0.00 0.00
PUBALIBANK 1.20 0.78 0.00 0.00

 

Dividend Declaration

Company Name Publish Date Declaration Record Date AGM
LINDEBD Jul 25, 2017 200%cash Aug 13, 2017 Jan 01, 1970
Jul 27, 2017 1 Jan 01, 1970 Jan 01, 1970

 

 

Disclaimer   

MFI (14) - Money Flow Index Change in technical indicators are based on previous week's level. Index Return calculated by changes in index Value. Industry P/E and P/B calculated by = Σ Industry Market Capitalization/Industry Earnings or NAV (Negative EPS Company is avoided) Industry Average Turnover calculated by = Σ Average Turnover of all companies of the industry. Industry Market Capitalization = Σ Market capitalization of all companies of the industry. CP:Cost Price, MP:Market Price Technical Indicators Updated According to Index Return calculated by the difference between LTD index value of this week and LTD index value of previous week.


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