Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – The Bangladesh Business News prepared Sunday’s evening business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals both in local and international.

Bangladesh’s stocks slip into red at closing
Bangladesh’s stocks slipped into the red on Sunday, with benchmark index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) dipping below 6,000-mark once again, as cautious investors went on selling spree.

‘Probe further, ensure penalty for NRBC, Farmers banks grafts’: JS body to BB
A parliamentary body today asked Bangladesh Bank to investigate further in order to ensure exemplary punishment to people who will be found involved in corruption and irregularities in operating NRB Commercial Bank and Farmers Bank.

‘Myanmar army’s relief to the Rohingya is only propaganda’
Myanmar army has been claiming to have been providing aid to the internally displaced Rohingya people. But camp denizens say otherwise. According to them, the relief is nothing but a prop for a photo shoot, snatched away from the clutches of the Rohingya after the photographs are taken.

Attempt to kill Hasina: 11 Freedom Party members jailed for 20 years
A Dhaka court today sentenced 11 Freedom Party members to 20 years’ imprisonment for their attempt to kill present Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in August 1989.

Economic Calendar – Top 5 things to watch this week
Global financial markets will focus on this week’s Federal Reserve policy meeting for greater signs of the U.S. central bank’s likely rate hike trajectory through next year.

Gold / Silver / Copper Prices – Weekly Outlook: October 30 – November 3
Gold prices rose on Friday, reversing earlier losses as the Catalonian parliament’s declaration of independence from Spain bolstered safe haven demand for the precious metal.

Crude Oil Prices – Weekly Outlook: October 30 – November 3
Oil prices rallied on Friday, lifting the U.S. benchmark to its highest finish in nearly eight months and sending the global crude benchmark above $60 a barrel for the first time in more than two years amid expectations that major global producers will extend a deal to curb production beyond its current expiry date next March.