Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – The Bangladesh Business News prepared Wednesday’s evening business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals both in local and international.
Bangladesh Taka remains unchanged against $US
The exchange rate of Bangladesh Taka (BDT) remained unchanged against the US currency in evening transactions on Wednesday in inter-bank foreign exchange (forex) market.
Bangladesh’s stocks end higher for third day
Bangladesh’s stocks extended their winning streak for the three consecutive sessions on Wednesday as optimistic investors continued their buying spree amid post-Eid positive expectation.
Sensex ends lower on oil slump; investors eye RBI minutes
The Sensex and Nifty ended marginally lower on Wednesday, tracking lower Asian markets as oil prices slumped, with investors waiting for the minutes of a central bank policy meeting held earlier this month.
Indian rupee weakens to 64.64 on sustained capital outflows
The Indian rupee fell further by 15 paisa to 64.64 against the US dollar on sustained capital outflows and a weak domestic equity market.
Asian bourses close mostly lower after MSCI decision
Asian bourses closed mostly lower on Wednesday following MSCI’s decision to add mainland Chinese stocks to its emerging markets index gradually and as oil prices slipped around 2 percent overnight.
Gold edges up on falling equities, easing dollar
Gold inched up on Wednesday after hitting its lowest in five weeks in the previous session, buoyed as equities fell and the U.S. dollar eased from one-month highs following a tumble in crude oil prices.
Oil falls as bulls discount OPEC cuts, set for worst H1 since 1997
Oil fell to seven-month lows on Wednesday, set for its largest price slide in the first half of any year for the past two decades, as investors discounted evidence of strong compliance by OPEC and non-OPEC producers with a deal to cut global output.
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