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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 extend losing spell for third day 

Bangladesh’s stocks extended the losing streak for the third running sessions on Sunday as cautious investors continued on a selling binge.

Reports on plot to murder Hasina baseless, motivated: PMO
The Prime Minister’s Office today dismissed Indian media reports claiming there was a plot to assassinate Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on August 24.

Flow of Rohingya refugees on the rise again
The flow of Rohingya refugees from violence-torn Rakhine state in Myanmar slowed for the last few days owing to bad weather but thousands have started entering Bangladesh again.

Missing NSU student returns home after 10 months
A student of North South University, who went missing last December, has returned home after 10 months. Safayet Hossain returned home on September 22.

Crude Oil Futures – Weekly Outlook: September 25 – 29
Oil prices settled a bit higher on Friday, hovering close to their best levels in months amid optimism that the crude market was starting to rebalance.

Gold / Silver / Copper Futures – Weekly Outlook: September 25 – 29
Gold prices pushed higher on Friday, pulling away from the previous session’s four-week low as risk aversion escalated and the U.S. dollar fell amid heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula.

Economic Calendar – Top 5 things to watch this week
In the week ahead, market players will turn their attention to fresh comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen as expectations start to grow for a December rate hike.
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