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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 return to the red
Bangladesh’s stocks returned to the red on Sunday, breaking a four-day gaining streak, as risk-averse investors booked profit on sector-wise stocks.

Garlic and lentil prices decline slightly in Dhaka
The prices of garlic and lentil decreased slightly on Sunday in Dhaka due to smooth supply of the essentials in the market.

Focus on solving Rohingya problem, not punishment: US
Citing positive developments over Rohingya issue, the United States on Sunday said their current purpose is to solve the Rohingya problem, not to punish anyone.

CPA solidarity on Rohingya issue
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) member countries have extended full support to Bangladesh with commitment to stand beside the country on resolving Rohingya crisis.

Gold / Silver / Copper Prices – Weekly Outlook: November 6 – 10
Gold prices fell to one-week lows on Friday as the dollar gained ground after upbeat U.S. factory orders and service sector data offset the impact of a weaker than expected employment report for October.

Crude Oil Prices – Weekly Outlook: November 6 – 10
Oil prices extended their recent rally on Friday to reach the highest level 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.

Economic Calendar – Top 5 things to watch this week
Following a busy week of news, which included the announcement of a new Federal Reserve chair and the Bank of England raising interest rates for the first time in more than a decade, global financial markets will focus on Chinese trade figures in a relatively quiet week for economic data.
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