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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 extend losing streak for second day
Bangladesh’s stocks extended losing streak for the two consecutive sessions on Monday as risk-averse investors continued to opt for booking profit on sector-wise stocks.

Former BASIC Bank chairman Bachchu says ‘not guilty’ of Tk 35b loan fraud
Former BASIC Bank Chairman Sheikh Abdul Hye Bachchu has said he does not consider himself guilty of a Tk 35 billion loan fraud.

Coaching business: ACC issues letter against 97 teachers
The Anti-Corruption Commission today issued a letter to the cabinet division for taking action against 97 teachers of various prestigious educational institutions.

Who are the possible DNCC mayor candidates?
Rumours are spreading about the possible mayoral candidate for the vacant post of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) election.

Sensex ends flat; RBI policy review, Gujarat elections eyed
Reversing a four-day losing streak, the Sensex ended higher by 37 points on value-buying by domestic investors in IT, TECk, healthcare and metal stocks.

Indian rupee trading strong at 64.37
The Indian rupee reverses its early losses and was trading strong at 64.37 on dollar selling by banks and exporters amid firm domestic equities.

Asia trades mixed as Dow futures spike above 200
Asia markets traded mixed on Monday, while US futures rose, as investors digested news that the US Senate narrowly passed an important tax bill in the early hours of Saturday.

Gold price slides towards four-week lows, at risk from higher dollar
The price of gold fell on Monday towards the four-week lows hit last week as the dollar rose after U.S. politicians over the weekend approved a major tax overhaul and the market looked ahead to a meeting of the Federal Reserve later this month.

Oil falls after US drilling picks up
Oil fell on Monday after U.S. shale drillers added more rigs last week, but prices still held close to their highest since mid-2015, supported by an extension to output cuts agreed last week by OPEC and other producers.

Top 5 things to know in the global market on Monday
Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Monday, December 4.
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