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

Bangladesh’s stocks return to higher at midday
Bangladesh’s stocks witnessed upward trend at midday on Tuesday as enthusiastic investors are taking position on sector-wise stocks, especially Grameenphone.

Local onion price increases slightly in Dhaka
The price of local onion increased slightly on Tuesday in Dhaka due to unavailability of the essential in the market.

Myanmar army clears itself over Rohingya
The Myanmar army has released the results of an internal investigation in which it exonerates itself of blame regarding the Rohingya crisis.

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

Sensex falls 82 points on inflation concerns
Shares inched down on Tuesday, with markets taking a breather as the possibility of the central bank cutting interest rates next month was further dampened after retail inflation picked up to a seven-month high in October.

Most Asian shares slide as investors digest China data
Asian equities were mostly pressured in Tuesday trade 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 markets cautious as OPEC cuts are met by rising US output
Oil prices fell on Tuesday as the cautious sentiment of the past week prevailed, despite ongoing OPEC-led production cuts and Middle East tensions.
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