Index Review  
Weekly Market Trend

 

Capitalization Changes
Details Index Review  
Date Open High Low Close Volume Change Change% No. of Trade Hawla
19-10-2017 6025.27 6060.26 6025.27 6039.56 133941000 14.29 0.24 0 100003
18-10-2017 6031.74 6053.8 6020.85 6025.27 122754000 -6.47 -0.11 0 102258
17-10-2017 6013.84 6040.15 6003.72 6031.74 149966000 17.9 0.3 0 101481
16-10-2017 6008.95 6038.58 5980.13 6013.84 131092000 4.89 0.08 0 83119
15-10-2017 6064.41 6095.14 5988.04 6008.95 161388000 -55.46 -0.91 0 96628
12-10-2017 6108.57 6115.18 6059.49 6064.41 178037000 -44.16 -0.72 0 107040
11-10-2017 6141.81 6214.67 6090.33 6108.57 283872000 6108.57 0 0 128421

 

Weekly Index Overview
  Change in Point Change in %
DSEGEN 0 0
DSEX 0 0
DSE 30 0 0
     

 

DSE GEN Technical Indecator
Indecator This Week Last Week
RSI 0 0
MFI 51.05 0
Ultimate 0 0
Stoch RSI 14 0
Category P/E Overview
  P/E Ratio Category Cap Category Earnings
A 16.85 3,283,479,621,863 194,905,964,606
Z -28.38 56,296,776,937 -1,983,545,578
B -23.82 29,249,383,175 -1,227,690,015
N 32.62 36,213,167,302 1,110,280,850
- 24.08 3,922,006,631 162,857,650

 

  This Week Last Week
  Buy Sell Buy Sell
USD 80.8 0 0 0
EUR 95.8046 95.8369 0 0
GBP 106.8257 106.858 0 0
AUD 62.919 62.9351 0 0
Source: Bangladesh Bank Website

 

Last Week’s DSE GEN Minute Chart  

 

Market Observation:   

 

 

Technical Chart  

 

Technical Interpretation  

Market Trends

Long Term Trend : Bearish
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 9727.071 6281.6216 7.45% 33.92% 26.46
Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals 1900.1265 2618.842 718.7155 4.11% 9.13% 5.02
Engineering 3245.6271 3371.736 126.1089 7.02% 11.76% 4.73
IT Sector 192.1915 1422.319 1230.1275 0.42% 4.96% 4.54
Financial Institutions 3037.055 3172.31 135.255 6.57% 11.06% 4.49
Textile 1829.1413 2195.492 366.3507 3.96% 7.66% 3.7
Tannery Industries 187.7649 583.198 395.4331 0.41% 2.03% 1.63
Services & Real Estate 297.4855 376.317 78.8315 0.64% 1.31% 0.67
Food & Allied 730.1292 545.685 -184.4442 1.58% 1.9% 0.32
Paper & Printing 1.3484 65.473 64.1246 0% 0.23% 0.23
Jute 14.8288 70.347 55.5182 0.03% 0.25% 0.21
Mutual Funds 377.7213 259.238 -118.4833 0.82% 0.9% 0.09
Corporate Bond 5.4362 9.896 4.4598 0.01% 0.03% 0.02
Ceramics Sector 508.1127 255.509 -252.6037 1.1% 0.89% -0.21
Travel & Leisure 474.991 88.807 -386.184 1.03% 0.31% -0.72
Miscellaneous 1295.6327 525.676 -769.9567 2.8% 1.83% -0.97
Telecommunication 1741.662 341.046 -1400.616 3.77% 1.19% -2.58
Cement 2320.6313 692.012 -1628.6193 5.02% 2.41% -2.61
Insurance 3409.4504 598.173 -2811.2774 7.38% 2.09% -5.29
Fuel & Power 6355.3329 1543.208 -4812.1249 13.75% 5.38% -8.37
Grand Total 46225.330688 (Million) 28680.312832 (Million) -17545.017856      

 

Weekly Sector Wise Price Earnings Ratio   

Overall Market P/E(excl. z,otc) 17.20

Sector name P/E Ratio Sector Cap Sector Earning
Bank 11.28 705,462,827,531 62,557,653,159
Financial Institutions 22.57 247,874,608,236 10,981,735,241
Engineering 19.24 188,297,481,018 9,785,506,619
Food & Allied 23.44 240,484,952,658 10,258,957,200
Fuel & Power 13.71 327,453,222,969 23,890,832,343
Jute 100.18 1,348,382,400 13,460,090
Textile 18.52 109,898,617,718 5,933,716,505
Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals 20.05 512,274,693,036 25,553,652,453
Paper & Printing -74.48 1,358,500,000 -18,240,000
Travel & Leisure 27.60 17,879,069,720 647,768,071
Services & Real Estate 13.50 24,446,692,821 1,810,674,878
Cement 39.96 127,431,208,862 3,188,747,132
IT Sector 30.92 17,060,778,187 551,831,440
Tannery Industries 18.27 26,710,227,000 1,461,631,067
Ceramics Sector 23.89 24,449,203,328 1,023,471,453
Insurance 17.91 87,631,769,024 4,892,779,580
Telecommunication 20.72 598,903,645,562 28,908,620,100
Miscellaneous 26.76 93,898,298,900 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

 

Top Loosers

Company High Low LTP YClose Change(Tk) Change(%) P/E EPS Volume Value Trade

 

Top Turnover

Company High Low % Change P/E EPS Volume Turnover Trade

 

DSE Selected News   
DHAKAINS Mr. A.K.M. Kamruzzaman, one of the Sponsors of the Company, has expressed intention to sell his entire holdings of 24,07,500 shares of the Company at prevailing market price (In the Block Market) through Stock Exchanges within October 31, 2017. It is to be mentioned that Mr. A.K.M. Kamruzzaman has already resigned from the Board of Directors of the Company.
IFADAUTOS IFADAUTOS: Subscription period, Record date & purpose for Rights Issuance News: The Company has further informed that the subscription period for rights issue will be from 19.11.2017 to 14.12.2017 (during banking hours). Record date for entitlement of rights share: 18.10.2017. The purpose of the issuance of rights shares is to raise further paid up capital for expansion of the business, to meet the requirement of working capital and to pay off debts of the Company.
ILFSL The Company has informed that BSEC has accorded its consent under provisions of the Securities and Exchange Commission (Private Placement of Debt Securities) Rules, 2012 for raising of Tier-II capital amounting to Tk. 200.00 crore only through issuance of Unsecured Fully Redeemable Subordinated Floating Rate Bond through private placement subject to obtaining approval from Bangladesh Bank.
ISLAMICFIN ISLAMICFIN: Sale confirmation of a Sponsor News: Mr. Md. Shafiqul Islam, one of the Sponsors of the Company, has further reported that he has completed his sale of 1,00,000 shares of the Company at prevailing market price through Stock Exchanges as announced earlier.
ONEBANKLTD ONEBANKLTD:Decision for Issuance of Subordinated Debt/Bond News: The company has informed that the Board of Directors has decided to issue Subordinated Debt/Bond (at floating rate) for Tire-II Capital subject to the approval of the concerned Regulatory Authorities. The details of the Bond are as follows: Issue Size: Tk. 400.00 crore, Tenor: 7 Years, Use of Proceeds: The proceeds will be treated as Capital and will help Bank grow its investment and loan portfolio.

 

Economy Overview:   
Govt awards package waiver on land-transfer charges

Registration and all other fees and stamp duty for land transfer by landowners to developers of private economic zones have all been waived as a stimulus. Government authorities believe the exemption of charges would considerably cut cost of investment in the EZs and rope in investors in larger numbers. Landowners and entrepreneurs will be able to save 15 per cent of the cost of investment on the registration and all other fees if they form consortium or joint-venture companies for developing private EZs. They won't have to pay registration fees and all others at the time of transferring or selling land to the developers of private economic zones. However, the consortium or joint-venture companies have to be formed by the particular landowners or entrepreneurs. The law and justice division recently issued circulars and the Internal Resources Division (IRD) Statutory Regulatory Order (SRO) on the waiver of fees and stamp duty respectively. With the latest measure, around 15 per cent of overall cost of developing private economic zones will go down, said Paban Chowdhury, executive chairman of Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority (BEZA). Existing and upcoming private economic zones both will be eligible for enjoying the exemption, he said. "The bottlenecks before investment in private EZs by multiple landowners have been removed with the exemption," he said. The BEZA had tried for this exemption during the last two years to encourage investment in EZs by the private sector, he added. It will yield a positive impact as some companies will be encouraged to develop private economic zones by forming groups, he expressed the hope. "Some companies purchase land in their own names. It was difficult for companies to transfer their land for a private EZ," he said. Many of the investors have pledged to develop EZ by forming consortium or under joint venture. Mr Chowdhury mentioned names of some of them. Nestle, Asian Paint, and Berger Paint who recently showed interest in investing in EZs. The development work on an economic zone of the Bangladesh Export Processing Zone (BEPZA) also started recently. The BEZA has allocated some 1,150 acres of land in Mirsarai to the BEPZA for setting up such a special economic zone. The BEZA has received investment proposals worth some $10 billion for Mirsarai and Feni EZs. Until now, the Authority has awarded prequalification licence for establishing 15 private EZs and also provided final licence for four. It has also completed appointment of developer for Mongla EZ. The BEZA has handed over letter of award to the selected developer of Mirsarai EZ (phase-1). Development work in Sabrang and Naf Tourism Park is also going on. BEZA is also hopeful about attracting $1.3 billion worth of investment in a 212-acre area in Shrihatta. Development work on Maheshkhali EZ-3 in 1501.05 acres of land is also in progress. source : Financial Express
Ministry, WB at loggerheads over issue of monitoring

The ministry of education (MoE) and the World Bank (WB) are now at loggerheads over latter's monitoring of the government's US$18 billion education development programme planned for next five years. The trouble has surfaced as the WB wants to monitor the entire programme through its contribution to the programme is worth only $520 million, officials said Thursday. The MoE is set to take up the $18 billion 'Secondary Education Development Programme' for implementation over the next five years. Some development partners including the WB and the Asian Development Bank have already shown their interest in joining as co-financers with the government for the biggest ever education programme of the country, ministry officials said. A senior MoE official said the Washington-based lender has assured the government of providing $520 million fund for the programme. Besides, the ADB is likely to join the programme that will be largely financed by the government. "Although the WB will provide only a small portion ($520 million) for the programme, it wants to monitor the entire project. Our ministry has the reservation about the WB's proposed condition. The lender should have the authority only on the portion of the programme where it will be providing funds," the official told the FE. "We have accepted many other terms and conditions, including anti-graft measures, set by the World Bank. But we are not ready to accept the above condition. If we consider that, we have to follow the procurement guidelines of the Bank for the entire programme," he said. The MoE official said, "If we agree with the WB's condition relating to its monitoring of the entire programme, we will have to take its endorsement at every stage of all the procurements during the project execution period resulting in delay in execution." The official said: "We will not be able to give works to the contractors or firms of our choice. Then we will be in trouble during project execution." "Besides, we will not be able to disburse stipends smoothly if we abide by the WB guidelines, he said adding, "Our socio-economic condition is so complex that the government sometimes relaxes the rules and regulations for any programme." Under the proposed project, the ministry will conduct all types of expenditures including stipends to students, salary payments to government-certified private school teachers and staffs, infrastructure development, training of teachers, ICT development, and library development. The MoE official said: "There will be no separate development budget or revenue budget after introduction of the $18 billion programme. The government will bankroll the programme providing funds from its revenue income internally and possible external financing from the development partners." source : Financial Express
Padma Bridge cost may rise third time

The estimated cost of the much-hyped Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project is likely to see a rise for the third time by around Tk 14.0 billion (1,400 crore), reports UNB. The new rise will take the overall project cost up to Tk 301.93 billion (30,193.38 crore) as acquisition of additional land is required for the project. The last and second revision of the Padma Bridge Project was approved by the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) on January 5, 2016 with an estimated cost of Tk 287.93 billion to be implemented by December 2018. The Padma Bridge Project was first approved by Ecnec in 2007 with an estimated cost of Tk 101.61 billion. Later, the length of the bridge was increased due to change in design for which the estimated cost hiked to Tk 205.07 billion which was approved by Ecnec in 2011. Talking to UNB, a Planning Commission official preferring anonymity said in the original Development Project Proforma (DPP), Tk 12.99 billion was allocated for the acquisition of some 1,530 hectares of land and the amount has already been spent. "But, now there's a need to acquire some 2,698 hectares of land for which additional Tk 14.00 billion is needed." Under the present circumstances, the official informed, there is a need to acquire additional 1168 hectares of land in Munshiganj, Madaripur and Shariatpur districts. Talking to the news agency, another official at the Bridges Division said since the allocated amount against land acquisition as per the DPP has already been spent it is not possible now to acquire additional land which is also hampering the project works. "Besides, the contractor will have to give a huge com pensation if necessary land is not found in the right time. As a result, the project implementation might be delayed," he said. Under the current scenario, the Bridges Division has already sent a proposal to the Planning Commission for its approval for the cost hike of the project considering the significance of this fast track project and implementing it properly within the stipulated timeframe. The official also said the proposed project cost hike of Tk 14.00 billion is 4.86 per cent of the overall project cost and, in such case, the Planning Commission could approve the cost hike if it remains within five percent of the overall project cost according to a notification of the Planning Division to avert further revision of any project. In the main project design, there were some low-lying land and due to some delay in project work and those lands were filled with silt with the passage of time. Besides, the prices of those lands have been increased as the farmers are often expressing their unwillingness to give those lands as those become much more fertile due to siltation and even they are not interested to rent out those. The Bridges Division official said the project authorities need to keep necessary construction materials and big concrete blocks on those lands and subsequently land acquisition proposal was made to the land owners. "But, they aren't interested in the proposal and even they aren't convinced when the matter was raised before them taking along the local administration." The implementation of the Padma Bridge faced a setback in the earlier stage as on June 29, 2012, the World Bank had cancelled its $ 1.2-billion IDA credit for the project, claiming that it had credible evidence of a corruption conspiracy among high-level Bangladeshi government officials, SNC Lavalin executives, and private individuals. After that, the government took it as a challenge and decided to implement the project with its own fund. source : Financial Express
SoEs run deep in debt for government indifference

State-owned enterprises (SoEs) run deep in debt, as of latest calculations, as repayment rates stand much lower than borrowings for government's indifference towards their reform. People familiar with the developments gave such an observation and expressed the fear that the SoEs' rising debt posed a potential risk for the country's fiscal management. They told the FE that government's failure to recover the SoEs' loans would only exacerbate public liabilities. Besides, such low recovery would lower credit availability for others. The finance division in its latest accounting, up to June 30 last year, showed that total dues with the SoEs stood at Tk 869.91 billion. The amount is up by Tk 70.72 billion or nearly 9.0 per cent from that of the previous fiscal year (FY), 2015. The sources said the repayment in the year under review was just around Tk 15 billion or less than 2.0 per cent of the dues. However, the biggest borrower from government exchequer was Power Development Board with Tk 435.43 billion with interest up to June last year. In an analysis the DSL wing of the finance division shows dues with the power board have been ballooning as its power-generation cost is high compared to its selling rates. The other big borrowers are Petrobangla, Bangladesh Chemical Industries Corporation (BCIC) and Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC). However, the Bangladesh Power Development Board had distributed its assets by splitting many companies involving grid management to power distribution. Interestingly, though, the BPDB often adjusts its dues with government offices instead of cash receipts. An official at the finance division said SoEs' liabilities were rising -- at a time when most of the SoEs are incurring losses instead of attaining profitability. He feels reform in the SoE sector is critical to checking the rise in contingent liabilities. But the government is not interested to take any reform step before the next general election, a policymaker of the government told the FE. He said there are many SoEs which never paid a single instalment though often very nominal interest is charged. "I can cite an example of Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation which never paid a single instalment," said the official, who wished not to be quoted by name. The government provides loans to over 117 SoEs by borrowing mostly from international development organisations. If the SoEs fail to repay, the burden comes on to the government's shoulders. The loans are usually long-term, ranging up to 25-33 years, with 5-8 years of grace period. The median of the rates of interest is 5.0 per cent. But there are many institutions where the rates of interest are 2.0-3.0 per cent. To feed the state enterprises the government borrows money from foreign development partners, including the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The government provides the funds to different SoEs and autonomous bodies under certain terms and conditions for performing development activity or implementing projects. Besides, the government also extends local-currency loans to the SoEs and autonomous bodies under some agreements. The foreign credits are normally disbursed to the government according to set terms and conditions and the money is re-lent to the SoEs or autonomous bodies. Any loan returnable by any SoE or autonomous body with or without interest to the government is called debt-servicing liability. The DSL wing under the finance division maintains the records along with accounts of these loans and liabilities. source : Financial Express
WB suggests technological progress in manufacturing

The World Bank (WB) has said Bangladesh's low wages is not sufficient to be competitive in the global trade, rather it needs technological improvements in the manufacturing sector. The global lender has suggested improvement of the country's competitive environment for strengthening its footprint in the global trade arena. WB expressed such opinions in a report - "Trouble in the Making? The Future of Manufacturing-Led Development" - published at its Washington headquarters on Thursday. According to WB, Bangladesh's connectedness, capabilities and competitiveness are not so well, like some of its competitor countries including India, Vietnam and China. In the logistic performance index, Bangladesh has acquired 2.66 points out of 5.0, while in the service trade restriction index 35 points out of 100, and in the doing business index 40.8 out of 100. WB said many small countries, although small in terms of their share in global manufacturing, have seen the share of manufacturing in raising their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) over time. Among the small global players, industrialised between 1994 and 2014, Myanmar, Slovak Republic and Hungary experienced the largest percentage point increases in the GDP share of manufacturing - from 8.0 per cent to 21 per cent, 9.0 per cent to 22 per cent, and 12 per cent to 25 per cent - respectively. Cambodia and Sri Lanka also made marked strides in the industrialisation process, with the 1994-2014 share of manufacturing in GDP increasing from 9.0 per cent to 17 per cent and from 14 per cent to 18 per cent, respectively. Bangladesh experienced a more modest increase, with its share of manufacturing in GDP rising from 15 per cent in 1994 to 18 per cent in 2014, the report revealed. In Sub-Saharan Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Nigeria and Uganda were the biggest gainers, with 2-4 percentage point increases in the GDP share of manufacturing between 1994 and 2014, albeit from lower base shares. WB said at the same time, several low- and lower-middle-income countries in South Asia and Southeast Asia maintained their revealed comparative advantage in labour-intensive tradables between 1993-95 and 2011-13: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. Meanwhile, the WB report said advances in technology and changing trade patterns are affecting opportunities for export-led manufacturing. "Smart automation, advanced robotics and 3D printing are new factors, influencing which locations are attractive for production. While these shifts threaten significant disruptions in future employment, particularly for low-skilled workers, they also offer opportunities." The report underscores the resulting changes in the manufacturing sector's ability to create jobs and lift people out of poverty in the developing countries. WB encourages policymakers to adjust their approach to spurring job creation in manufacturing as well as readying workers for the jobs of future. It said changing technologies and shifting globalisation patterns are destined to reshape manufacturing-led development strategies. "Global value chains remain concentrated among a relatively small number of countries. Smart automation, advanced robotics, 3D printing and other advances, being incorporated by global manufacturers of cars, electronics, apparel, consumer and other goods, are shifting how countries and firms compete for production." While such trends raise fears that manufacturing will no longer offer an accessible pathway to growth for the low- and middle-income countries, the WB report suggests identifying policy priorities that can help these economies face the challenges and embrace the opportunities they bring. source : Financial Express

 

Technical Indicators   
Updated on : Oct 19, 2017
Highest RSI
DSHGARME 83.46
WATACHEM 83.29
SQUARETEXT 74.14
ISLAMIINS 70.40
MTB 69.54
EBL1STMF 69.45
PHOENIXFIN 69.37
TRUSTBANK 68.96
DAFODILCOM 68.94
METROSPIN 68.73
Highest ADX
RELIANCINS 72.29
SALVOCHEM 55.26
EBL1STMF 53.37
EMERALDOIL 52.61
TRUSTBANK 51.53
FINEFOODS 51.11
ACI 50.04
PHOENIXFIN 49.14
ZAHEENSPIN 48.69
DUTCHBANGL 48.41
Highest MACD
STYLECRAFT 254.93
EASTRNLUB 24.86
MARICO 15.08
ACI 14.39
DSHGARME 10.68
KOHINOOR 9.14
DUTCHBANGL 8.51
GP 5.66
WATACHEM 5.25
RENATA 5.02
Highest MFI
TAKAFULINS 90.43
WATACHEM 88.00
STYLECRAFT 86.83
MTB 86.76
EBL1STMF 86.04
IBBLPBOND 85.43
BGIC 84.66
CONFIDCEM 84.16
RANFOUNDRY 83.76
SQUARETEXT 83.61


Highest TRIX
STYLECRAFT 24.24
LEGACYFOOT 12.15
TRUSTBANK 9.40
DUTCHBANGL 9.29
UTTARABANK 8.08
DAFODILCOM 7.52
MERCINS 6.81
METROSPIN 6.72
BRACBANK 6.66
SONARBAINS 6.61
Highest Ultimate
GREENDELMF 77.19
ISLAMIINS 71.27
SAVAREFR 67.89
EBL1STMF 67.83
IFIC1STMF 66.99
DSHGARME 64.48
SQUARETEXT 63.86
ILFSL 61.77
ACI 61.73
EASTRNLUB 61.55
Highest William % R
ISLAMIINS -2.94
ILFSL -3.57
NATLIFEINS -4.17
SQUARETEXT -5.56
APEXTANRY -6.67
EBL1STMF -8.33
GLAXOSMITH -8.47
ZEALBANGLA -8.51
PHOENIXFIN -8.89
AL-HAJTEX -10.62
Highest Stochastic
ISLAMIINS 94.98
ZEALBANGLA 92.89
DAFODILCOM 90.41
APEXTANRY 90.28
DSHGARME 89.54
EBL1STMF 89.53
WATACHEM 87.38
RAHIMAFOOD 85.73
POWERGRID 85.02
CONFIDCEM 84.74


Lowest RSI
UNITEDAIR 12.37
EMERALDOIL 22.42
MITHUNKNIT 24.19
UNIONCAP 25.71
SIBL 26.25
SHURWID 26.61
ABBANK 28.11
ICBSONALI1 29.23
KBPPWBIL 29.74
PRIMEBANK 30.43
Lowest ADX
BDWELDING 7.61
OLYMPIC 9.18
PRIME1ICBA 9.84
ISLAMICFIN 9.99
BRACSCBOND 10.06
BAYLEASING 10.53
BATASHOE 11.13
SAIHAMCOT 11.17
GSPFINANCE 11.18
ATLASBANG 11.59
Lowest MACD
BATBC -43.79
NORTHERN -25.92
MODERNDYE -12.68
DSEX -10.87
IFADAUTOS -7.00
AMBEEPHA -6.94
HEIDELBCEM -6.23
MONNOSTAF -6.12
LINDEBD -6.03
PADMAOIL -3.64
Lowest MFI
UNITEDAIR 0.00
EXIM1STMF 2.86
YPL 12.93
1JANATAMF 13.07
SEMLIBBLSF 14.07
GRAMEENS2 15.17
KPPL 15.43
PHPMF1 15.53
IFILISLMF1 15.90
BENGALWTL 16.15


Lowest TRIX
FINEFOODS -14.15
PENINSULA -10.42
MITHUNKNIT -9.88
NORTHERN -9.87
EMERALDOIL -9.62
MODERNDYE -9.18
ZAHEENSPIN -8.90
ANLIMAYARN -8.42
CNATEX -8.18
HRTEX -8.06
Lowest Ultimate
MEGHNALIFE 19.05
MITHUNKNIT 23.71
DBH 23.71
UNIONCAP 24.65
ITC 24.73
APEXFOOT 24.92
BDWELDING 25.14
HWAWELLTEX 25.19
SHURWID 26.26
NORTHERN 26.31
Lowest William % R
SEBL1STMF -100.00
UNIONCAP -97.62
SOUTHEASTB -96.97
FUWANGCER -96.67
DSSL -96.55
SHURWID -96.43
KBPPWBIL -96.00
TOSRIFA -95.92
MONNOCERA -94.05
PUBALIBANK -94.00
Lowest Stochastic
UNIONCAP 2.88
STANDBANKL 3.85
IFIC 4.17
ICB2NDNRB 4.76
PUBALIBANK 5.36
SOUTHEASTB 6.06
BRACSCBOND 6.67
BANKASIA 6.69
LINDEBD 6.72
SEBL1STMF 8.33

 

Fundamental Indicators   
Top 5 Gainer By Price
Company YCP CP %Change
WATACHEM 169.8 208.5 22.79
MODERNDYE 202.2 242.3 19.83
RANFOUNDRY 127.9 152 18.84
BBSCABLES 122.2 142.8 16.86
DSHGARME 342.7 392.9 14.65
Top 5 Gainer By Volume
Company Volume
EXIMBANK
37592277
NBL
33290107
SHAHJABANK
32962151
UTTARABANK
29100477
MERCANBANK
21493441
Top 5 Gainer By Turnover
Company Turnover
BRACBANK
1192.59
IFADAUTOS
1180.58
UTTARABANK
1177.62
AAMRANET
959.99
SHAHJABANK
873.03
Top 5 Gainer By Turnover Growth
Company Y.to T.to %Change
BATBC
0.003
0.71
23566.67
SQUARETEXT
0.57
60.288
10476.84
TAKAFULINS
0.005
0.407
8040
RANFOUNDRY
6.254
107.047
1611.66
AGRANINS
0.076
1.208
1489.47

 

Highest Market Capital
Company Market Capital
BRACBANK 1019911968141
NBL 961194376768
EXIMBANK 895593137067
ISLAMIBANK 764177233421
SHAHJABANK 673473482169
Top 5 Gainer By EPS
Company Total EPS
BATBC 136.04
BATASHOE 78.58
BERGERPBL 73.6
MARICO 62.84
LINDEBD 56.54

 

Top 5 Gainer By P/E Ratio
Company P/E Ratio
MONNOSTAF 911.125030518
ECABLES 700.999984741
MONNOCERA 500
FAMILYTEX 361.764697468
AZIZPIPES 274.864877237
Top 5 Loser By Price
Company YCP CP %Change
IFADAUTOS 160 122.7 -23.31
MITHUNKNIT 40.1 31.9 -20.45
PADMALIFE 48.4 39.5 -18.39
SHURWID 15.5 13 -16.13
MEGCONMILK 17.5 15.2 -13.14
Top 5 Loser By Valume
Company Volume
BRACSCBOND 10
BATBC 110
BERGERPBL 465
RECKITTBEN 731
GLAXOSMITH 3573
Top 5 Loser By Tournover
Company Tournover
BRACSCBOND 0.01
SEMLIBBLSF 0.097
NCCBLMF1 0.262
BATBC 0.311
CAPMBDBLMF 0.33

 

Top 5 Loser By Tournover Growth
Company Y.to T.to %Change
SEMLIBBLSF 0.077 0 -100
MEGHNALIFE 2.204 0.01 -99.55
PROGRESLIF 0.571 0.005 -99.12
PEOPLESINS 1.491 0.028 -98.12
REPUBLIC 3.742 0.112 -97.01
Lowest Market Capital
Company Market Capital
BRACSCBOND 28501.4793629
SAVAREFR 912283.986095
JUTESPINN 1036999.99899
MODERNDYE 5102640.17898
RECKITTBEN 5225850.07329

 

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 -512.142848969
RAHIMAFOOD -348.846142109
BANGAS -194.521279031
ISNLTD -143.181818182
KAY&QUE -101.287876476

 

 

 

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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