Ahsan Habib | The Daily Star
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  • BB bailout unlikely to perk up bourse: experts

    Boosting stocks by providing an incentive of making loans available is not a sustainable way for reviving investors’ confidence, rather, it might lead to the creation of further risks for the banking sector, said experts on the matter.
  • Meera Agro’s listing hits a snag

    In a strange turn of event, Pinaki & Company, one of the oldest auditor in Bangladesh, sent out a denial that it had audited the balance sheet of Meera Agro Inputs attached with the draft prospectus to raise Tk 5 crore from the small capital board of the Dhaka Stock Exchange.
  • ICB’s baffling investment decision

    Some 8 per cent of state-owned ICB Asset Management Company’s funds are tied in stocks that have shuttered production or have not been providing dividend for many years now, in what can be viewed as an emblem of the slapdash nature of the country’s bourse.
  • Stock investors shun the idea of due diligence

    The Dhaka Stock Exchange’s market capitalisation is now a respectable Tk 342,570 crore, so one would think a raft of stock market data analysis providers would have set up shop in the last few years.
  • Marico Bangladesh staying ahead of the curve

    Parachute Coconut Oil: one product by which Indian fast-moving consumer goods brand is almost synonymous with.