Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) has revised its CSE-50 index on the basis of the performance of listed securities.
During the semi-annual review of the index, the CSE has added a new company to the index after dropping one company.
The newly revised index will come into effect on October 20.
The new company which has been included in the CSE-50 index is Fortune Shoes while Bank Asia has been dropped from it.
Other companies that make up the index include Advanced Chemical Industries, Al-Arafah Islami Bank, Bangladesh Steel Re-Rolling Mills, Bangladesh Submarine Cable Company, BBS Cables, Beacon Pharmaceuticals, Beximco, Beximco Pharmaceuticals, Brac Bank, British American Tobacco Bangladesh Company, BSRM Steels, Confidence Cement, Delta Life Insurance Company, Dhaka Bank, Dutch-Bangla Bank, Eastern Bank, Export Import Bank of Bd., First Security Islami Bank, Fortune Shoes, GPH Ispat, Grameenphone, and Ifad Autos.
Besides, IFIC Bank, Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd., Jamuna Bank, LafargeHolcim Bangladesh, Lankabangla Finance, Mercantile Bank, MJL Bangladesh, National Bank, NCC Bank, One Bank, Orion Pharma, Padma Oil Company, Prime Bank, Robi Axiata, Shahjalal Islami Bank, Shahjibazar Power Company, Singer Bangladesh, Southeast Bank, Square Pharmaeuticals, Standard Bank, Summit Power, The Acme Laboratories, The City Bank, Premier Bank, Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company, United Commercial Bank, United Power Generation & Distribution Company and Uttara Bank are the components of the CSE-50 index.
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