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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’s stock rebound strongly, turnover hits 7-months high
Turnover value on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) hit a fresh seven months high on Wednesday to BDT 14.25 billion, powered by investors’ buying spree mostly on large-cap stocks.

Bangladesh, Georgia agree to boost bilateral ties, find potentials immense
Bangladesh and Georgia have proposed a number of agreements to further strengthen the bilateral relations and mutual engagements between the two countries.

2 flights in Bangladesh with aid for Rohingya refugees: UN
Two flights – one of UN refugee agency and another of United Arab Emirates –landed in Bangladesh with supplies to help 25,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar, UNHCR Spokesperson in Bangladesh Joseph S Tripura said today. Talking to The Daily Star over phone, Joseph also confirmed that around 3,89,000 Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh so far.

Indian rupee recovers 6 paisa against dollar in early trade
The Indian rupee recovered 6 paisa to trade at 63.98 against the dollar at the interbank foreign exchange in early trade today on fresh selling of the US currency by banks and exporters.

Sensex trims gains, Nifty closes lower
The Sensex ended marginally higher on Wednesday after gaining over 0.5 per cent in intra-day trade. The Nifty ended in the negative territory though it managed to close above 10,050 points.

Asian shares waver after Wall Street closes at record levels
Stocks in Asia finished the Wednesday session mixed despite notching gains earlier in the day on the back of Wall Street closing at record levels.

Gold little changed amid firmer equities, weaker dollar
Gold held steady on Wednesday amid firmer equities and a softer dollar, with safe-haven demand for the metal supported after U.S. President Donald Trump urged tougher measures against North Korea.

Oil rises as IEA sees higher oil demand, shrinking inventories
Oil prices rose on Wednesday after the International Energy Agency (IEA) said the global oil surplus was starting to shrink due to robust global demand and an output drop from OPEC and other producers.

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