Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN)-Western Marine Shipyard Limited (WMSL) dominated the week’s top turnover chart for the second straight week on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) that ended on Thursday.
A total of 27.95 million shares worth BDT 2.29 billion changed hands during the week.
Daily average turnover for the lone listed mobile company was BDT 458.434 million.
The week’s closing price of each Western Marine share was BDT 72.7, registering a decline of 11.44 percent over the week.
The shipbuilder company made debut on the DSE on November 2.
A market lot is 100 shares.
Of the total shares – 40.44 percent held by sponsor-directors, 22.59 percent held by institutional investors and 36.97 percent held by public, according to DSE website.
 The company listed in the major bourse in October, 2014.
The company has reported profit after tax BDT 151.65 million and EPS BDT 1.38 for the period of 9 (nine) months (July 2013 to March 2014) ended on 31 March 2014 as against BDT 126.01 million and basic EPS of BDT 1.95 for the same period of the previous year.
It was followed by Keya Cosmetics BDT 1.12 billion, BEDL BDT 1.11 billion, DESCO BDT 1.04 billion, Jamuna Oil BDT 933.22 million, RSRM Steels BDT 849.34 million, MJL BD 829.44 million, The Peninsula Chittagong BDT 765.88 million, KPPL BDT 745.79 million and Appollo Ispat worth BDT 735.87 million changing hands during the week.
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