A workshop on ‘Green Banking’ was organized for the officials of IFIC Bank Ltd, private commercial bank of Bangladesh at the bank’s Training Institute on Saturday.
Bangladesh`s foreign exchange reserves declined by $17.11 billion at the end of November to $17.35 billion in October, official data showed.
Investors witnessed sharp fall in benchmark indices of the country’s bourses on Sunday.
The prize giving ceremony of Bashundhara LP Gas ‘Festival Offer-2013’ was held at Bashundhara City through distribution of 40 prizes among 25 dealers of Bashundhara LP Gas on Saturday.
Country’s leading business conglomerate Bashunadhara group has initiated their new voyage on food and beverage arena inaugurating ‘Bashundhara Food and Beverage Industries Ltd.’ on Friday.
The Bangladesh Bank asked the authorities concerned to keep the schedule banks of the country open on Saturday with a view to submitting the nomination papers of the upcoming general elections.
Dubai has been chosen to host the World Expo trade convention in 2020, beating off rival bids from Brazil, Turkey and Russia.
Investors witnessed sharp fall in the benchmark indices of the country’s bourses on Thursday. The key index of Dhaka Stocks Exchange, DSEX, shed over 37 points to stand at 4,230 at the close on the last trading day of the week.
Trading on the country’s two bourses is underway with downward trend of share-price indices on Thursday.
BRAC Bank Limited, a private commercial bank of the country, has brought smiles to more than 26,000 poor people in the Northern region by distributing warm clothes well ahead of winter.
The exports of readymade garments from Bangladesh rose by nearly 19 percent year-on-year in the July-October 2013 period, according to the data released by the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB).
The World Trade Organization head, Roberto Azevedo, has warned global trade deal talks face collapse.
Investors witnessed sharp fall in the benchmark indices of the country’s bourses on Wednesday. The key index of Dhaka Stocks Exchange shed over eight points to stand at 4,268 at the close on the fourth trading day of the week.
US homeland security and immigration department have detained a total of nine Bangladeshi nationals out of 14 accused for their alleged involvement in counterfeiting cheques of 15 bank and financial institutions.
World oil prices steadied as trader scepticism over Iran’s nuclear deal lingered and crude markets tracked the latest unrest in Libya, analysts said.
An agreement between Tetra Pak, PRAN, UNIDO and the Department of Livestock Services for the joint development project “Sustainable smallholder farmers’ milk production” was signed.
Investors witnessed minor fall in benchmark indices of the country’s bourses on Tuesday.
A workshop on ‘service quality increase guidelines’ for the officials of the private commercial bank South East Bank Limited was held.
Indian refiners are ready to start transferring cash owed for Iranian oil as early as next week following a landmark deal to curb Teheran’s nuclear programme that allows importers to shift billions of dollars back to Iran.
Oil prices fell sharply on Monday after Iran and six world powers sealed a deal curbing its nuclear programme, a fillip for global economic growth and risk appetites that should benefit share markets.
The much-talked-deal, Trade and Investment Cooperation Forum Agreement (TICFA) will be signed in Washington on Monday (November 25), which would help expand trade and investment between Bangladesh and the USA.
Iran’s currency jumped more than three percent against the US dollar on Sunday as news of a breakthrough deal to curb Tehran’s nuclear programme raised hopes that the economy would start recovering from international sanctions.
Canadian Members of Parliament Russ Hiebert, MP and Joe Daniel, MP said political stability is essential for Bangladesh to move forward, and that a key to creating that stability is free, fair and credible elections.