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TT-Clean: 77.1 | TK BC-Selling: 78.1
TK OD-Sight: 76.88 TK | TC-Selling: 78.1 TK

TT-Clean: 77.1 | TK BC-Selling: 78.1
TK OD-Sight: 76.88 TK | TC-Selling: 78.1 TK

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TT-Clean: 77.1 | TK BC-Selling: 78.1
TK OD-Sight: 76.88 TK | TC-Selling: 78.1 TK

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Important Business News Extracts May 10, 2016

DSE for hiking tax-free dividend income ceiling The management of Dhaka Stock Exchange urged the National Board of Revenue (NBR) to increase tax-free dividend income limit to BDT 100,000 from existing BDT 25,000 to rejuvenate market. Considering the present market scenario, small investors should be allowed for tax exemption up

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Important Business News Extracts May 9, 2016

Dutch-Bangla Bank to issue subordinated bonds The Board of Directors of Dutch-Bangla Bank has approved, in principle, issuance of subordinated bonds subject to approval of BSEC and BB. The bank also needs approval from its shareholders. The issue size will be Tk. 3.0 billion which will be non-convertible under private

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Important Business News Extracts May 8, 2016

Many listed banks report sound earnings in Q1 Many of the banks listed with the stock market have reported better earnings in the January-March period of this year compared to last year’s corresponding quarter. According to information from Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), out of 30 listed banks, 12 have so

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Important Business News Extracts May 5, 2016

April remittance flow drops 7.0% Remittance inflow fell nearly 7.0% in April from the previous month’s mark, mainly because of sluggish development activities in the Middle-East, officials said. Besides, devaluation of the currencies of the United Kingdom, Singapore and Malaysia against the US dollar also worked as a damper in

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Important Business News Extracts May 4, 2016

Spread in bank interest rates widens further The existing spread between interest rates in the country’s banking sector widened further as the commercial banks cut interests on public deposits far deeper than on lending, bankers said. Such imbalance in rate adjustments, according to economists, is meant for keeping banks’ profit

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