Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – The Bangladesh Business News prepared Monday’s evening business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals both in local and international.
Bangladesh’s stocks witness another bearish session
Bangladesh’s stocks witnessed yet another bearish session on Monday, extending the losing streak for the fifth straight session, as investors continued to sell their shares.
Ex-WB chief Zoellick was worthless: Muhith
Finance minister AMA Muhith today criticized the former president of the World Bank today over allegations of Padma Bridge corruption conspiracy.
Dhaka among most polluted city in the world
Dhaka still continues to rank among the cities that have the lowest quality of air in the world. However, the quality of air in Dhaka has improved a little on Monday.
Sensex slumps 309 points as inflation threat spooks global markets
The Sensex and Nifty ended the session down by nearly one per cent due to global sell-off and cautious stance adopted by investors ahead of RBI monetary policy meet.
Indian rupee trading flat at 64.06
The Indian rupee wiped off its losses and was trading flat at 64.06. The domestic unit opened weak by 16 paisa at 64.22 against the US dollar at the interbank forex market today owing to sharp losses in equity markets.
Asia markets trade lower; major indexes in Japan, South Korea, Australia and Hong Kong fall
Asia markets fell across the board on Monday, following a sharp decline in U.S. stocks on Friday on a stronger-than-expected jobs report that sent interest rates higher.
Gold claws back lost ground after Friday’s slide
Gold edged up on Monday, clawing back some lost ground after posting its biggest one-day loss in two months in the previous session as a softer tone to the dollar took some pressure off the metal.
Oil skims one-month low, investors punish equities and commodities
Oil fell for a second day on Monday, nearing its lowest in a month, as rising U.S. output and a weaker physical market added to the pressure from a widespread decline across equities and commodities.
Top 5 things to know in the market on Monday
Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Monday, February 5.