No matter how hard the government tries to give a message that Bangladesh would not face a Sri Lanka like crisis, edgy stock market investors don’t seem to be in the mood to listen.
The stocks in Bangladesh continued to fall for the eighth consecutive day today.
The domestic stock market yesterday stretched its losing streak to seven consecutive trading sessions amid low turnover, raising concerns among investors regarding the future of their portfolios.
Stocks in Bangladesh tumbled for the seventh straight day today, causing concerns among the general investors.
Shares on the Dhaka Stock Exchange suffered another massive fall yesterday sending the key index to a 10-month low as investors are increasingly growing edgy about the economy’s worsening health.
Stocks continued to bleed today for the sixth consecutive day as the investors have been suffering from a lack of confidence because of the forex market volatility.
Shares on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) dropped for the fifth consecutive day yesterday after averting another big fall thanks to the support from some institutional investors in the last hour.
Stocks at Dhaka bourse dropped for the fifth consecutive day today although the market was saved from a big fall in the last hour, thanks to the support from some big players.
Shares on the Dhaka Stock Exchange fell massively today as well, as worries over the economy’s health weigh on investors’ minds.