PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF THE STOCK MARKET OF BANGLADESH- A NEW RISING CAPITAL MARKET OF SOUTH ASIA

Muhammad Istiaque Hossain, Ahmed Imran Kabir

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The context of the Paper is about the capital market of Bangladesh, one of the South Asian Countries with a growing economy. There are basically two stock markets of Bangladesh. These are: Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and another one is Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE). Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) is the leading capital market of Bangladesh which plays a vital role in the country’s economy. The purpose of the analysis is to analyze the performance of the market by analyzing the indexes and the turnovers of the market over the years and observe how the market managed to hold the stable position during nation-wide other crisis. Based on the results, the study will give a general idea to the investors and financial market analysts of all around the world about the performance of the market. It will also help the potential investors to make decision about whether to invest in Bangladeshi capital market or not and investors will be able to minimize the risk of investment and to get the maximum return.


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