Connect with us

Stocks

“Investors who bring the floor price should raise it by themselves”

Published

on

floor price

Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) Chairman Professor Shibli Rubayat-Ul-Islam stated that every decision in the stock market tends to provoke either anger or joy among individuals. In such cases, we tend to favor what the majority desires or what will be beneficial. We do not want floor prices, but those who bring up this issue here (investors) will have to raise the floor price themselves. We will not increase the floor price.

On Tuesday (23 May), during the inauguration ceremony of the new brokerage house of Gibson Securities Limited at Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), the principal guest expressed these views.

The BSEC Chairman mentioned that the newly approved brokerage houses are improving the stock market. Our decision to grant licenses to new brokerage houses was accurate.

Regarding the investors’ intentions,he said there will be no repetition of 1996 or 2010 in the stock market. If anyone manipulates after the increase in floor price, we will revert back to the floor price. You all are engaged in business. We hope that soon all companies will rise above the floor price. Through investment in the capital market, there are opportunities to improve your future days. If everyone actively participates in the market, everyone will benefit.

Professor Shibli Rubayat-Ul-Islam said, “We are trying to bring good companies to the stock market. However, when we enforce governance and compliance, companies are not eager to come. Even the companies that come are not preferred.”

He mentioned that government bonds offer higher returns than FDIs. However, none of you are engaging in buying and selling them. Despite that, government securities are currently providing returns of up to 11%. Therefore, brokerage houses need to market government securities.

Mr. Md. Abu Naser, Director, FBCCI, Mr. Amzad Hossain, Director-In-Charge, FBCCI Standing Committee on Capital Market & Bond, Mr. Richard D’ Rozario, President, DSE Brokers Association of Bangladesh, Mr. Md. Sayadur Rahman, President, Bangladesh Merchant Bankers Association, Mr. M. Shaifur Rahman Mazumdar, FCA, FCMA, Managing Director (Acting), Dhaka Stock Exchange Limited, and Dr. Rezwanul Huque, Professor, Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka attended as Special Guests. Mr. Mohammad Gulam Mustafa Bhuiyan, Managing Director, Gibson Securities Limited and other officials of the organization were also present.

Share this

Stocks

Dhaka Bourse Continues Positive Trend

Published

on

Index bourse

Dhaka Stock Exchange DSE, Bourse on the third working day of the week, December 5, ended with price Index hikes  & turnover drops. This information is known from DSE sources.

460 crore shares were traded on this day. 31 crore 78 lakh less trading was done in DSE today compared to the previous workday, 4 December, Shares worth Tk 491 crores 78 lakh shares were traded last time, Monday.

The benchmark DSEX added 3.16 points or 6,247 The Shariah-based index DSES gained 1.79 points or 1,359, and the blue-chip index DS30 decreased by 0.65 points or 2,113.

Of the issues traded, 60 advanced, 94 declined and 170 remained unchanged.

Capitec Grameen Bank Growth Fund ranked top gainer on DSE, the share price increased by Tk 1.10 paisa or 10.00 percent. On this day, the share was last traded at Tk 12.10 paisa.

GQ Ball Pen Industries Limited ranked top loser on the DSE, the share price dropped by Tk 13.20 paisa or 7.51 percent. On this day, the share was last traded at Tk  162.60 paisa.

DSE topped on trade is Central Pharmaceuticals Limited 25 crore 58 lakh takas of shares of the company have been traded.

A total of 62 companies’ shares were traded in the Block on the Dhaka Stock Exchange, 41 lakh 30 thousand 415 shares of the companies were traded. The financial value of which is 18 crore 12 lakh taka.

Share this
Continue Reading

Stocks

Dhaka Bourse Sustains Winning Streak

Published

on

DSE Bourse Turnover

Dhaka Stock Exchange DSE, Bourse on the second working day of the week, December 4, ended with price Index & turnover hikes. This information is known from DSE sources.

491 crore 78 lakh shares were traded on this day. 142 crore 77 lakh more trading was done in DSE today compared to the previous workday, 30 November, Shares worth Tk 349 crores 1 lakh shares were traded last time, Sunday.

The benchmark DSEX added 12.45 points or 6,244 The Shariah-based index DSES gained 1.92 points or 1,357, and the blue-chip index DS30 increased by 5.69 points or 2,114.

Of the issues traded, 107 advanced, 49 declined and 169 remained unchanged.

Bangladesh Autocars Limited ranked top gainer on DSE, the share price increased by Tk 13.10 paisa or 9.95 percent. On this day, the share was last traded at Tk 144.70 paisa.

Jute Spinners Limited ranked top loser on the DSE, the share price dropped by Tk 13.50 paisa or 4.13 percent. On this day, the share was last traded at Tk  313.10 paisa.

DSE topped on trade is Khulna Printing and Packaging Limited 27 crore 24 lakh takas of shares of the company have been traded.

A total of 54 companies’ shares were traded in the Block on the Dhaka Stock Exchange, 37 lakh 64 thousand 536 shares of the companies were traded. The financial value of which is 28 crore taka.

Share this
Continue Reading

Stocks

BSEC Undergoes Major Restructuring

Published

on

BSEC

The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) has undergone significant restructuring, bringing about substantial changes in the responsibilities of officials from commissioners to assistant directors. According to BSEC sources, this restructuring involves the reassignment of two commissioners, four executive directors, eight directors, two additional directors, and eight assistant directors to different departments.

As per BSEC, Professor Dr. Sheikh Shamsuddin Ahmed, the Commissioner has been assigned the responsibility of the Division of Issuer Companies Affairs, Corporate Finance, and Financial Literacy Division within the Market and Intermediaries Affairs Division. On the other hand, the Chief Accountant Division’s responsibility has been given to another BSEC Commissioner, M. Abdul Halim.

Additionally, Abdul Halim has been entrusted with the Market Intelligence and Investigation Division and Derivatives Division. Meanwhile, he will also oversee the duties of the Chief Accountant Division. BSEC Chairman Professor Shibli Rubayat-Ul-Islam will directly oversee the Administration and Finance Division and the Commission’s Secretariat Division.

Mohammad Anwarul Islam, the Executive Director of BSEC, has been assigned the responsibilities of the Derivatives and Research and Development Divisions. Simultaneously, he will be responsible for the Investment Management Division. Executive Director Mohammad Rezaul Karim will oversee the responsibilities of the Compliance Division in addition to his existing role in the Legal Division. Executive Director Mohammad Shafiul Azam has been assigned to the Financial Literacy Division. Executive Director Mohammad Jahangir Alam has been given charge of the Market and Intermediaries Affairs Division. Besides, the responsibilities of eight directors, two additional directors and eight assistant directors of BSEC have been redistributed.

BSEC Secretary Division’s responsibilities have been assigned to Director General Muhammad Mahmudul Haque. Director General Pradip Kumar Basak will continue to oversee the responsibilities of the Administration and Finance Division, with additional duties in the Accounts and Finance Department. Director General Mohammad Abul Kalam will manage the responsibilities of the Division of Issuer Companies Affairs, alongside his role as the Chief Accountant of the Division. Director General Md. Mansoor Rahman has been assigned the responsibility of the existing Issuer Company Affairs Division as well as the Market and Intermediaries Affairs Division. Director Mohammad Abul Hasan has been given the responsibility of the Investment Management Division and Derivatives Division.

The Division of Derivatives and the Derivatives Division will be led by Director General Sheikh Mahbubur Rahman. Furthermore, Director General Abu Rayhan Mohammad Mutasim will be in charge of the Internal Audit and Compliance Division, in addition to his role in the Research and Development Division. Director General Mohammad Fakhrul Islam Mojumdar will assume responsibilities for the Corporate Finance Division and the Enforcement Division. Lastly, Director General Mohammad Fakhrul Islam Majumder will head the Corporate Finance Division and the Enforcement Division.

Share this
Continue Reading