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

Bangladesh’s stocks rebound riding on GP
Bangladesh’s stocks rebounded on Tuesday, after a single-session break, with prime index of the major bourse reaching record high since its inception on January 27, 2013.

7 directors of Social Islami Bank Limited resign
Seven directors of the privately-run Social Islami Bank Limited today resigned from their posts on “personal ground”.

GDP growth 7.28% in 2016-17: Govt
Bangladesh has ascertained its growth for the last fiscal at 7.28 percent, highest ever in history of the country’s economy and more than what was targeted.

Indian rupee falls back into red at 65.47 against dollar
The Indian rupee went through ups and downs before trading 5 paise lower at 65.47 against the dollar today as it lost its early gains after the American currency grew in appeal.

Sensex falls 92 points to close below 33,000 on inflation worries
The Sensex today dropped by 92 points to end at three-week low of 32,941.87 points after retail inflation hitting a seven-month high in October dampened expectations of a rate cut by the Reserve Bank.

Asian shares closed lower on Tuesday
Asian equities closed lower on Tuesday following a lackluster session on Wall Street that saw major indexes close just above the flat line.

Gold prices dip as dollar holds up on higher US bond yields
Gold prices inched down on Tuesday, with the dollar holding steady on higher U.S. Treasury yields amid uncertainty over the outlook for tax reforms in the United States.

Oil steady, tempered by caution over rising US output
Oil prices held largely steady on Tuesday as the prospect of further rises in U.S. output offset some of the optimism that OPEC-led production cuts would tighten the balance between crude supply and demand.

Top 5 things to know in the market on Tuesday
Global stocks, China’s economy, UK inflation, Euro zone economy are among the top five things one person need to know in global financial markets on Tuesday.