Mi Cement’s shareholding has risen 5.7 percent

My Cement Factory Limited topped the price hike list last week on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE). Currently, the company’s share has increased by 5.75 percent. DSE sources said the information. According to the sources, the average daily turnover of the company was Rs. The total amount of the weekend transaction is Tk. Meanwhile, the company’s stock price on the Dubai Stock Exchange increased by 3 percentage points or two points to 5 parts for each of the last 3 points to 5 parts, with a closing price of 5 paise. During the day, 5,3.8 shares were exchanged for a total of 5 times, at the market price of Tk. Throughout the day, the shareholder fluctuates from a minimum of 9 taka to a maximum of 5 rupees. Within a year, the share price fluctuates from Rs 3 to $ 5.

The cement company has been listed on the capital market for 20 years and is currently in the “A” category. For the authorized capital of 1 krona taka, the paid up capital is Taka. 8.5 million, the reserve amount, 1 25 million lakhs, 20 thousand. The company has 15 million shares. According to the latest data from the Dubai Stock Exchange, entrepreneurs and managers own the company’s total shares with an 8.58 percent stake, a 5.7 percent institution, a zero foreign investor 0.5 percent, and generals ’investors have 9.2 percent. For the year ended June 1, the company announced 3 percent in cash. At the time of negotiation, EPS stood on pk 1 paise and NAV to work was at Tk. 22 paise and cash flow per share increased to three countries. Before reviewing the audited financial reports for the fiscal year ending June 5, the company paid a 5% cash dividend; this was a 20 percent cash dividend the previous year. Earnings per share (EPS) was at the time of the discussion from two to 4 countries, and the value of the shareholder assets (NAV) was 5 countries per country. During the same period last year, it was four paise and 5 paise. The second on the list is Premier Cement Mills Limited.

The company’s share increased by 5.7%. During the week under discussion, the company has daily sales of Tk. Throughout the week, the transaction reached Tk. On the last trading day, the company’s share price increased by 0.5 percent or 5 paise each until the last 3 taka 5 paise, which had a closing price of 5 paise. During the day, 5,3.4 shares were traded a total of 5 times, and the market price reached 3 thousand crowns taka. Shares of the day fell to a bare minimum from Tk122 to Tk. Last year, the share price fluctuated between Rs. The company is currently listed on the A capital market.

The paid-up capital of the company is 1 SEK 5 Lak compared to the approved capital of the company. The company has a total of 10 million lakh 8 thousand shares. Of the total shares, entrepreneurs and managers hold 5.75 percent, institutional 5.25 percent, and foreign investors zero one percent, while public investors own 8.7 percent of shares. Kohinoor Chemicals (Bangladesh) Limited is the third on the list. The company’s share increased to 9.75 percent. During the week under discussion, the company was trading in Tk shares. Over the course of the week, the deal amounted to 12 million shares, 8,000 shares. Fourth place is Bangladesh Steel Re-Rolling Mills Limited. The company’s share increased to 25.7 percent. During the week under discussion, the company was trading in Tk shares. Over the course of the week, the deal amounted to 25 million lakh 5,000 shares. Fifth place is Regent Textile Mills Limited. The company’s share increased to 25.7 percent.

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During the week under discussion, the company was trading in Tk shares. Throughout the week, the transaction reached Tk. In sixth place, the Scheme One unit of the World Bank Mutual Fund increased by 25.9 per cent. During the week under discussion, the company was trading in Tk shares. Throughout the week, the deal amounted to Rs 7 crore, 8 lakh 12 thousand shares. Next location was ML Dyeing Limited. The company’s share increased 22.22 percent. During the week under discussion, the company was trading in Tk shares. Throughout the week, the deal amounted to 25 million and 3 thousand shares. The share of the eighth western shipyard to build marine vessels increased by 22.7 percent. Credit Information and Services Limited (CRISEL) was evaluated by Farthing Knitting & Dying Industries Limited.

The data was disclosed by sources of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE). According to the data, the company obtained a long-term “AA-2” rating “ST-2”. The qualification was completed in light of the audited financial reports as of June 25, unspecified financial reports and other relevant information as of December 25. Meanwhile, on the last trading day, the company’s stock price was lowered by zero percent or 5 paise per last 3 paise to 5 paise, with the closing price being 5 paise 5 paise. On that day, the company was trading Tk shares. During the day, 4 lakhs exchanged 5 thousand 524 shares, for a total of 212 times. On that day, the share price changed from a minimum of 9 to 5 thousand Pakistani tons to 5 parts with a maximum of 3 parts.

Last year, the company’s shareholders fluctuated from seven to five to three. During the year ending June 1, the company paid 5% cash and 5% cash dividends to investors. The company’s earnings per share (EPS) at that time was 5 paise, and the asset value (NAV) per share was 20 pkise. The previous year, on June 5, the company paid a 5% bonus during the last fiscal year. During this time, the EPS of EPS for paise 1 and the asset value per share was 20 pkise Tk. Profits after tax in the first quarter amounted to 1 TL 5 lakh 5 thousand crowns, which was 2 crowns 5 taka 5 lakh in the previous year. The company was listed A in the capital market in the twentieth century. For the authorized capital of 1 krona taka, the paid-up capital is 20 krona taka 1 lakh 8 thousand. The company has a total of 25 million 1 lakh 8 thousand 52 shares. According to the latest data of the Dubai Stock Exchange, entrepreneurs and managers own 5.25 percent of total shares, 6.7 percent of institutional and public investors, at 5.7 percent.

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