Index Review  
Weekly Market Trend

 

Capitalization Changes
Details Index Review  
Date Open High Low Close Volume Change Change% No. of Trade Hawla
15-06-2017 5459.72 5472.11 5459.29 5468.33 128355000 8.61 0.16 0 75071
14-06-2017 5454.78 5464.47 5454.55 5459.72 124638000 4.94 0.09 0 72979
13-06-2017 5450.12 5470.89 5444.19 5454.78 102344000 4.66 0.09 0 58095
12-06-2017 5455.17 5461.65 5445.3 5450.12 85514000 -5.05 -0.09 0 53603
11-06-2017 5475.75 5483 5450.92 5455.17 107969000 -20.58 -0.38 0 65972
08-06-2017 5489.88 5494.6 5464.49 5475.75 118328000 -14.13 -0.26 0 74597
07-06-2017 5500.66 5508.5 5480.31 5489.88 143980000 5489.88 0 0 81968

 

Weekly Index Overview
  Change in Point Change in %
DSEGEN 81.64 1.91
DSEX 6.45 0.11
DSE 30 4.3 0.2
     

 

DSE GEN Technical Indecator
Indecator This Week Last Week
RSI 56.13 55.83
MFI 48.97 56.85
Ultimate 36.71 39
Stoch RSI 54.04 51.14
Category P/E Overview
  P/E Ratio Category Cap Category Earnings
A 15.86 2,993,144,918,336 188,665,024,895
Z -14.07 50,175,136,544 -3,566,432,609
B -15.29 27,669,830,611 -1,809,988,214
N 22.84 15,561,277,644 681,355,000

 

  This Week Last Week
  Buy Sell Buy Sell
USD 80.56 80.6 80.57 80.6
EUR 89.95 90.03 90.21 90.25
GBP 102.05 102.16 102.92 102.99
AUD 60.82 60.9 61.36 61.45
Source: Bangladesh Bank Website

 

Last Week’s DSE GEN Minute Chart  

 

Market Observation:   
  • 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 .

 

 

Technical Chart  

 

Technical Interpretation  

Market Trends

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

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
Textile 1829.1413 4332.989 2503.8477 6.58% 18.7% 12.12
Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals 1900.1265 2856.044 955.9175 6.83% 12.32% 5.49
IT Sector 192.1915 861.631 669.4395 0.69% 3.72% 3.03
Food & Allied 730.1292 957.751 227.6218 2.63% 4.13% 1.51
Mutual Funds 377.7213 469.383 91.6617 1.36% 2.03% 0.67
Corporate Bond 5.4362 125.745 120.3088 0.02% 0.54% 0.52
Services & Real Estate 297.4855 290.601 -6.8845 1.07% 1.25% 0.18
Paper & Printing 1.3484 42.214 40.8656 0% 0.18% 0.18
Jute 14.8288 36.623 21.7942 0.05% 0.16% 0.1
Tannery Industries 187.7649 120.842 -66.9229 0.68% 0.52% -0.15
Travel & Leisure 474.991 142.024 -332.967 1.71% 0.61% -1.1
Miscellaneous 1295.6327 814.8 -480.8327 4.66% 3.52% -1.14
Ceramics Sector 508.1127 113.872 -394.2407 1.83% 0.49% -1.34
Financial Institutions 3037.055 2183.701 -853.354 10.92% 9.42% -1.5
Bank 3445.4494 2376.672 -1068.7774 12.39% 10.26% -2.14
Engineering 3245.6271 1785.268 -1460.3591 11.67% 7.7% -3.97
Telecommunication 1741.662 274.404 -1467.258 6.26% 1.18% -5.08
Cement 2320.6313 263.576 -2057.0553 8.35% 1.14% -7.21
Insurance 3409.4504 228.198 -3181.2524 12.26% 0.98% -11.28
Fuel & Power 6355.3329 2266.082 -4089.2509 22.86% 9.78% -13.08
Grand Total 27800.45824 (Million) 23174.417664 (Million) -4626.040576      

 

Weekly Sector Wise Price Earnings Ratio   

Overall Market P/E(excl. z,otc) 16.19

Sector name P/E Ratio Sector Cap Sector Earning
Bank 9.74 540,353,254,367 55,498,813,309
Financial Institutions 18.97 222,953,103,190 11,752,828,060
Engineering 22.63 182,517,133,631 8,066,709,468
Food & Allied 21.91 238,158,950,294 10,869,588,624
Fuel & Power 13.96 339,731,611,020 24,337,457,185
Jute 263.08 1,463,872,800 5,564,440
Textile 19.40 115,495,212,122 5,953,279,733
Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals 20.01 498,365,696,809 24,911,554,978
Paper & Printing -54.69 997,500,000 -18,240,000
Travel & Leisure 28.28 19,047,070,040 673,479,211
Services & Real Estate 13.44 24,986,229,408 1,859,525,508
Cement 30.23 131,456,896,116 4,348,111,562
IT Sector 30.55 11,771,608,263 385,351,454
Tannery Industries 25.12 26,689,853,000 1,062,369,067
Ceramics Sector 27.74 23,682,402,763 853,698,746
Insurance 14.85 79,672,169,282 5,365,281,867
Telecommunication 18.07 478,524,770,964 26,485,097,622
Miscellaneous 19.61 100,508,692,523 5,125,920,846

 

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
CVOPRL 262.4 255 262.4 211 53.30 25.49 -84.1 -3.12 539943 141.61 1398
BDWELDING 22.5 19.3 20.8 15.9 4.10 24.55 -21.67 -0.96 1476940 31.56 905
NURANI 23.9 23 23.4 19.4 3.90 20.00 30.79 0.76 3916340 91.679 1804
KPPL 11.1 9.6 10.8 8.9 1.70 18.68 -30 -0.36 1829120 19.709 742
SINOBANGLA 46 44 44.2 36.4 6.40 16.93 27.4 1.61 290845 13.127 670
NTLTUBES 122 115 121.6 107 16.20 15.37 -22.57 -5.39 817968 97.219 2650
LEGACYFOOT 27 25.7 26.3 23 2.90 12.39 328.75 0.08 132939 3.497 185
SHURWID 13.3 12.6 12.9 11.4 1.30 11.21 -50.92 -0.25 1157250 15.082 530
REGENTTEX 33.2 30.6 31 28.1 2.90 10.32 28.01 1.11 9366470 298.858 2597
DULAMIACOT 9.1 8.5 9 8.2 0.80 9.76 -2.56 -3.52 59815 0.529 76

 

Top Loosers

Company High Low LTP YClose Change(Tk) Change(%) P/E EPS Volume Value Trade
SHYAMPSUG 22.5 21.2 21.6 23.1 -1.50 -6.49 -0.37 -58.16 5109 0.111 33
TOSRIFA 31.9 30.9 31 32.4 -1.90 -5.78 22.36 1.39 672568 21.003 387
FEKDIL 26.1 25.4 25.5 25.5 -0.90 -3.41 14.17 1.8 299805 7.654 161
STYLECRAFT 1325 1290 1303.3 1335 -33.50 -2.51 25.11 51.91 172 0.224 13
VAMLRBBF 9.3 9.1 9.2 9.1 -0.10 -1.08 10.45 0.88 1510 0.014 5
WATACHEM 162.5 161 161.4 160.2 1.50 0.94 37.02 4.36 4249 0.687 25
ZAHEENSPIN 25.9 25.6 25.7 25.2 0.30 1.18 16.47 1.56 455977 11.708 155
YPL 25.7 25.4 25.5 26.5 0.70 2.82 25.5 1 582017 14.856 545
ZEALBANGLA 46.9 45.5 46.2 43.9 1.70 3.82 -1.28 -35.97 11186 0.515 64
UTTARAFIN 59 58 59 56.5 2.60 4.61 6.58 8.96 155136 9.141 161

 

Top Turnover

Company High Low % Change P/E EPS Volume Turnover Trade
LANKABAFIN 55.80 54.30 5.30 14.79 3.76 5749500 319672200 2371
PRIMEBANK 22.50 21.10 8.74 7.18 3.12 13151900 294602560 1329
REGENTTEX 33.20 30.60 10.32 28.01 1.11 9366470 290360570 2597
SQURPHARMA 290.00 289.00 1.86 19.08 15.19 535345 155089446.5 1350
RSRMSTEEL 83.80 81.30 3.87 10.37 8.03 1845890 153578048 1648
BRACBANK 79.70 78.50 4.89 12.25 6.48 1933660 153532604 948
IFADAUTOS 136.60 134.30 4.52 20.26 6.73 1092590 149029276 1342
AAMRATECH 43.70 42.30 8.70 29.24 1.45 3495280 148549400 1650
CVOPRL 262.40 255.00 25.49 -84.1 -3.12 539943 141681043.2 1398
GP 341.00 338.80 2.44 17.48 19.44 342336 116360006.4 541

 

DSE Selected News   
APOLOISPAT Normal trading of the shares of the Company will resume on 15.10.2015 after record date.
KDSALTD Trading of the shares of KDS Accessories Limited will commence today (October 15, 2015) at DSE under \'N\' category. DSE Trading Code for KDS Accessories Limited is \"KDSALTD\" and DSE Company Code is 13240.
MHSML With reference to their earlier news disseminated by DSE on 15.04.2015 regarding purchase of 2 (two) Rotor Machines, the Company has further informed that they have already established and started its production with the 2 Machines and for this establishment, the building has extended bearing Tk. 3,84,76,940.00 only as building construction cost.
TUNGHAI National Credit Ratings Limited (NCR) has assigned the surveillance rating of the Company as \"A-\" in the long term based on audited financial statements of the Company as on December 30, 2014.

 

Economy Overview:   
BGMEA urges global buyers to behave responsibly

The country’s apparel exporters on Tuesday urged the global buyers to show responsible business behaviour in line with ethical business practice to ensure a sustainable readymade garment sector in Bangladesh. At a press briefing on the progress achieved in improving workplace safety and labour rights in light with the Sustainability Compact, the RMG sector leaders said following the Rana Plaza tragedy in April 2013, the garment sector achieved a significant progress in terms of workplace safety and workers’ rights. The RMG sector has made significant improvement and it has been proved that Bangladesh is the safest place in the world for producing garment products, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association president Siddiqur Rahman said. The trade body has provided thousands of workers with fire safety training and taken effective initiative to stop unauthorised subcontracting, he mentioned. Siddiqur said most of the requirements of the Sustainability Compact had been fulfilled but the safety inspection and factory up gradation were the continuous process. As much as 80 per cent remediation works in the factories which are the suppliers of EU and North American buyers have been completed and the rest of the works will be completed by 2018 as per the agreement with the buyers’ platforms, he said. ‘Responsible business conduct was one of the key requirements of the Sustainability Compact but we want to notice that the price of products are decreasing gradually in the EU and US markets in recent time,’ Siddiqur said. He requested the buyers to take initiative for ensuring responsible business conduct pointing out that the cost of doing business had been increased in the factories as owners had invested on an average Tk 5 crore for remediation. Siddiqur also requested the buyers for fair prices of products. The BGMEA senior vice-president Faruque Hassan and vice-president Mohammed Nasir were present at the briefing held at the headquarters of the trade body in the city.source : Newage
Cost hike for Padma Bridge project quite natural: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wednesday said increasing the construction cost of Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project (PMBP) is quite natural for various reasons, reports UNB. "Constructing Padma Bridge is new for Bangladesh…it'll be a two-layer bridge with the provision of rail at the bottom and road on the top. As the Padma river has strong current, it's too tough to construct such a bridge. So this is very much natural to increase its construction cost," she said. The Prime Minister said this while responding to a supplementary question of Jatiya Party MP Kazi Firoz Rashid during the PM's question-answer session in Parliament. The Leader of the House also noted that the project cost might also come down. "I can say money might be saved in this project, both can happen." The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) recently approved the second revision of the PMBP with an increased cost of Tk 82.86 billion (8,286.19 crore) raising its overall cost to Tk 287.93 billion. Responding to a supplementary question Hasina admitted that winter sees some sort of gas crisis though the government has taken various steps for improving its supply. "I admit there're some problems but we're trying hard to mitigate the crisis," she said. Sheikh Hasina mentioned that the government has decided to import liquid natural gas (LNG) to face the gas crisis as its alternative.source : financial Express
No tangible improvement on graft front: Muhith

Finance Minister AMA Muhith said Wednesday the country could not make any tangible improvement on the corruption front, as an international watchdog rather revealed a little regression on this score. "My assumption is no improvement could be done. I don't want to talk on this issue. Corruption…no, it's very difficult. We could not even touch it," he told newsmen in a frank admission. The finance minister made the observations after meetings of the cabinet committees on public purchase and economic affairs at the secretariat as the newsmen drew his attention to Transparency International's (TI) Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2015 report, released earlier in the day, where the country ranked 13th from the bottom and 139th from the top among 168 countries. In the CPI 2015, Bangladesh's score remained same at 25 as 2014 but the rank went down by a rung from the bottom, and moved up six positions from the top. Asked whether any new initiative will be taken to contain corruption, Mr Muhith emphasised digitisation of the whole system to tackle the menace. To underpin his point by citing an example of Sylhet Madan Mohan (MM) College that earned Tk 8.20 million from Tk 0.8 million after the digitisation of the system. When his attention was drawn about TI Bangladesh chapter TIB's highlighting of corruption in financial sector, including the Hallmark loan scam, which resulted in Bangladesh staying put in the same position in CPI, Mr Muhith said: "Yes, that may be a reason." "But they should have taken into account what actions the government has taken on Hallmark. Never in the history of this country has a deputy managing director of that level been imprisoned and managing director being tried. It never happened in the past," the minister asserted about the corrective measures. Earlier, the cabinet bodies' meetings with Mr Muhith in the chair approved a total of four projects involving Tk 6.01 billion, which include capital dredging of rivers at a cost of over Tk 2.5 billion. Briefing newsmen after the meetings cabinet division additional secretary Muksodur Rahman Patwary said the committee also approved a project on up-gradation of Banasri-Shekherjaiga-Amulia-Demra highway (Chittagong road intersection and Tarabo link highway) through public-private partnership (PPP). He said the committee also endorsed construction of a dual-gauge rail line between Dhaka and Narayanganj at a cost of Tk 119 million, construction and supervision of dual-gauge double rail lines between Akhaura and Laksam at a cost of Tk 2.31 billion and building a new rail line from Ishwardi to Dalakchar involving Tk 1.08 billion.source : Financial Express
Rationalising income tax: Reducing rich-poor divide

In his budget speech for the fiscal year 2015-16, the Finance Minister said the government would raise revenue as a percentage of GDP (gross domestic product) from existing 13.3 per cent to 17.5 per cent in the next five years. The National Board of Revenue (NBR) arranges income tax fair every year with a view to educating and inducing the people to pay income tax. A few months back, an income tax fair was held in the capital with wide publicity followed by another one in Chittagong. The NBR has plans to organise such fairs in more places in the country. The last fair in Dhaka was not a success. Actually, of the total revenue collection of the NBR, the income tax sector's contribution has been hovering around 36-37 per cent. In the current fiscal, the government has taken certain constructive measures both for individual and corporate sector. Corporate tax for listed companies has been reduced by 5 per cent and the difference between the listed and the non-listed companies is 10 per cent which was a long-felt demand by the business community in general and the share market brokers in particular. It will take time for assessing the impact of this decision. Rather at the moment, it may not be possible to offset the loss to be incurred for reducing the corporate tax of the listed companies till more and more companies go public. On the other hand, at the end of the current fiscal, there may be a decline of income tax because of the aforesaid decision. However, we would be optimistic that there would be a substantial rise of the tax in future because of the positive decision of reducing corporate tax for listed companies. At the individual level, the tax- free income has been raised from Tk. 2,00,000 to Tk 2,50,000. But is it enough? In 1970, tax-free income was set at then Rs. 6,000. Cost of living on the whole has increased at least by 70-80 times. On the basis of that calculation, the present tax- free income should be between Tk. 4,00,000-5,00,000. Accommodation, transport, education and medical expenses are integral parts of life. A man cannot avoid any of these expenses. The government does not have any control over house rents. The country has been suffering from pandemic corruption. It was reported in the media that Bangladesh again failed to qualify for the millennium challenge account fund of the USA this year for failure in improving control of corruption index. Inside the country, the World Bank has threatened to withdraw the loan money because of corruption in a project of the Water Development Board. This disastrous effect of corruption has engulfed the entire nation. The pharmaceutical sector, in connivance with the drug administration officials, has been raising prices of medicine according to its sweet will. The road transport sector is under the control of a syndicate upon which the government does not have any control whatsoever. On the first day of every New Year, the government provides the primary and secondary students with textbooks free of cost. It has now become an annual ceremony. This is welcome. But so far as the financial relief is concerned, the amount is very insignificant. It costs only a few hundred taka. Otherwise, education even at the primary level has become very costly. A guide book costs several hundred taka. Coaching has become an integral part of education from the primary level and above. Actually, the results of educational institutions are nothing but reflection of coaching efforts conducted by the parents. However, taking all the issues discussed above, one may easily conclude that the personal tax-free income should be Tk 3,60,000 taking Tk 30,000 per month into consideration. In this connection, it may be mentioned that the procedure for collecting tax has been made easy and transparent. Earlier, the people were afraid of falling into the trap of income tax payment because they thought they would always be harassed by the tax people under one plea or another. From the collection trend, the highest rate of income tax cannot be effectively implemented. The government should reconsider this issue. Money laundering problem has been acute in spite of a lot of brouhaha. The Bangladesh Bank could not achieve any significant success. Rather the whole effort of curbing money laundering has been full of sound and fury signifying nothing. It has been universally acknowledged that the rich-poor divide has been alarmingly widened. A few years back, in the Wall Street better known as New York Stock Exchange there was a movement having similar complaints. At that time, some people carried placards engraving the sentence "Even God hates Wall Street." So it is being widely demanded that this divide should be reduced by imposing more taxes on the rich. But imposition of tax at a very high rate is always considered as a regressive measure. To encourage the rich for more philanthropic activities, the government should consider bestowing state honour on them. So far as corporate income is concerned, there have already been Corporate Social Responsibility (SCR) activities with a view to achieving the goal of reducing rich-poor divide. In a number of countries including India, laws have been codified governing and conducting the CSR activities. In Bangladesh, banks and other companies have been carrying out CSR activities as per the guidelines provided by the Bangladesh Bank. But no national policy has been framed for running the activities with a view to serving the pro-people projects. CSR activities depend on whims and caprices of bureaucrats and CEOs. Because of the absence of accountability in the public administration, the individual personal choice/ decision prevails over the public interest.source : Financial Express

 

Technical Indicators   
Updated on : Jun 15, 2017
Highest RSI
BRACSCBOND 90.02
SPCERAMICS 89.00
DACCADYE 87.12
UCB 84.50
FINEFOODS 82.91
PLFSL 82.00
SINOBANGLA 80.61
RAHIMAFOOD 79.02
LRGLOBMF1 77.16
BDWELDING 76.40
Highest ADX
BDCOM 56.37
BSC 54.20
CNATEX 51.92
BEACHHATCH 50.39
BDWELDING 49.33
PLFSL 47.11
KOHINOOR 46.60
UPGDCL 44.35
IFIC 43.36
FAMILYTEX 43.02
Highest MACD
BATBC 52.63
NORTHERN 15.65
RAHIMAFOOD 6.65
UPGDCL 5.10
RAHIMTEXT 4.23
MODERNDYE 3.91
APEXFOOT 3.75
STYLECRAFT 3.11
BRACSCBOND 3.02
CVOPRL 2.90
Highest MFI
BRACSCBOND 100.00
BATBC 98.95
UCB 95.74
PLFSL 95.69
JANATAINS 95.31
SPCERAMICS 93.77
STANDARINS 92.95
ASIAPACINS 92.89
PRAGATILIF 92.50
SAMATALETH 92.09


Highest TRIX
BEACHHATCH 11.88
STANDARINS 11.12
BDWELDING 10.81
SHURWID 10.33
ZEALBANGLA 9.53
SPCERAMICS 9.47
TOSRIFA 9.33
BDCOM 8.88
PTL 7.82
RAHIMAFOOD 7.43
Highest Ultimate
BRACSCBOND 79.41
GREENDELMF 78.56
UCB 73.97
STANDARINS 73.44
IBBLPBOND 73.43
JANATAINS 72.95
FINEFOODS 71.67
LRGLOBMF1 70.44
PLFSL 70.28
RENATA 68.82
Highest William % R
RENATA -3.41
IMAMBUTTON -3.57
BDCOM -4.23
SANDHANINS -5.00
FINEFOODS -5.71
UCB -6.06
STANDARINS -6.76
AAMRATECH -6.98
PLFSL -7.14
RAHIMAFOOD -7.47
Highest Stochastic
RAHIMAFOOD 94.78
JANATAINS 94.72
FINEFOODS 93.89
BRACSCBOND 93.10
IMAMBUTTON 93.06
UCB 92.74
RENATA 92.64
PLFSL 92.06
NCCBANK 91.88
SPCERAMICS 90.89


Lowest RSI
BSC 10.99
DELTASPINN 22.96
NBL 23.14
ABBANK 26.68
MITHUNKNIT 26.83
GREENDELT 27.47
YPL 29.45
ARAMITCEM 29.92
LAFSURCEML 30.48
REPUBLIC 30.87
Lowest ADX
RENWICKJA 7.08
APEXTANRY 7.33
EHL 7.62
SONARGAON 7.95
JMISMDL 8.42
FARCHEM 8.43
FUWANGFOOD 8.68
BSRMLTD 8.72
GLAXOSMITH 8.77
SAIHAMCOT 8.82
Lowest MACD
BSC -100.61
EASTRNLUB -16.22
RECKITTBEN -13.28
GEMINISEA -9.93
HEIDELBCEM -7.10
MARICO -6.88
GLAXOSMITH -5.16
DSEX -4.44
RENWICKJA -4.07
SAVAREFR -3.29
Lowest MFI
PRAGATIINS 10.78
EBLNRBMF 11.20
PIONEERINS 15.46
RSRMSTEEL 16.88
MARICO 17.06
DELTASPINN 17.10
ISLAMIBANK 17.20
PHPMF1 17.45
1JANATAMF 18.38
BATASHOE 18.89


Lowest TRIX
BSC -54.43
NBL -8.53
PRAGATIINS -7.89
FAREASTFIN -7.88
SAVAREFR -7.80
MTB -5.72
CNATEX -5.63
NCCBANK -5.05
REPUBLIC -5.04
PREMIERBAN -5.04
Lowest Ultimate
BSC 17.45
DAFODILCOM 20.55
FAMILYTEX 21.23
GHCL 21.67
JMISMDL 23.00
BBS 23.20
ORIONINFU 23.49
FORTUNE 24.73
POPULAR1MF 24.83
SAFKOSPINN 25.10
Lowest William % R
KARNAPHULI -100.00
SAIHAMCOT -100.00
PHPMF1 -100.00
BATASHOE -98.82
BSC -98.56
PURABIGEN -96.15
ICB -95.73
SEMLIBBLSF -95.45
BBS -94.74
POWERGRID -94.74
Lowest Stochastic
BSC 1.60
KARNAPHULI 3.33
ICB 3.41
POWERGRID 3.51
FORTUNE 4.73
ISLAMIBANK 5.00
PURABIGEN 5.59
RECKITTBEN 5.74
MITHUNKNIT 5.74
BBS 6.01

 

Fundamental Indicators   
Top 5 Gainer By Price
Company YCP CP %Change
BDWELDING 16 20.8 30
SINOBANGLA 35.8 44.2 23.46
CVOPRL 213.7 262.4 22.79
SPCERAMICS 13.9 16.9 21.58
KPPL 8.9 10.8 21.35
Top 5 Gainer By Volume
Company Volume
PTL
29618117
BDFINANCE
28087195
CENTRALPHL
15872829
NURANI
14227238
FASFIN
13774538
Top 5 Gainer By Turnover
Company Turnover
PTL
1067
BXPHARMA
672.33
BDFINANCE
613.73
MJLBD
608.62
LANKABAFIN
564.01
Top 5 Gainer By Turnover Growth
Company Y.to T.to %Change
ICBSONALI1
0.117
20.653
17552.14
PRIMETEX
0.079
8.335
10450.63
EXIM1STMF
0.259
11.213
4229.34
ASIAPACINS
0.069
2.561
3611.59
SHYAMPSUG
0.005
0.14
2700

 

Highest Market Capital
Company Market Capital
GP 355182921599
CITYBANK 343966168726
SQURPHARMA 304855305780
BRACBANK 304150203799
BXPHARMA 272669386744
Top 5 Gainer By EPS
Company Total EPS
BATBC 146.24
BERGERPBL 82.17
LINDEBD 64.64
GLAXOSMITH 58.64
STYLECRAFT 51.9066666667

 

Top 5 Gainer By P/E Ratio
Company P/E Ratio
NORTHERN 691.839614004
ECABLES 686.500015259
MONNOSTAF 645.749969482
FAMILYTEX 344.117655474
LEGACYFOOT 291.249990463
Top 5 Loser By Price
Company YCP CP %Change
ASIAINS 24.3 21.7 -10.7
MERCINS 21.2 19 -10.38
PURABIGEN 17.7 16.1 -9.04
SHYAMPSUG 23.5 21.6 -8.09
NTC 634.8 592.1 -6.73
Top 5 Loser By Valume
Company Volume
BRACSCBOND 2
RECKITTBEN 290
STYLECRAFT 459
SAVAREFR 546
EASTRNLUB 808
Top 5 Loser By Tournover
Company Tournover
BRACSCBOND 0.002
SAVAREFR 0.03
JUTESPINN 0.103
DULAMIACOT 0.175
REPUBLIC 0.191

 

Top 5 Loser By Tournover Growth
Company Y.to T.to %Change
NORTHRNINS 1.983 0.005 -99.75
NCCBLMF1 1.161 0.008 -99.31
MBL1STMF 1.814 0.016 -99.12
MERCINS 5.444 0.057 -98.95
IBBLPBOND 17.976 0.279 -98.45
Lowest Market Capital
Company Market Capital
BRACSCBOND 5700.29627075
SAVAREFR 41783.9997146
JUTESPINN 175099.995057
STYLECRAFT 342100.008437
EASTRNLUB 763391.984418

 

Top 5 Loser By EPS
Company Total EPS
SHYAMPSUG -58.16
JUTESPINN -48.1333333333
ZEALBANGLA -35.9733333333
FAREASTFIN -15.28
USMANIAGL -7.08
Top 5 Loser By P/E Ratio
Company P/E Ratio
SAMATALETH -296.78572246
RAHIMAFOOD -277.692295955
BANGAS -195.478723404
ISNLTD -108.409088308
CVOPRL -67.0833343115

 

 

 

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
HEIDELBCEM 8.71 7.16 492.20 404.53
ZAHINTEX 1.03 0.64 64.31 40.24

 

Dividend Declaration

Company Name Publish Date Declaration Record Date AGM
BRACBANK Mar 16, 2015 20C Mar 30, 2015 Apr 23, 2015
ONEBANKLTD Mar 16, 2015 12.50C,12.50B Mar 29, 2015 Apr 30, 2015

 

 

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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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