After Tuesday’s spiky rise, Dhaka stocks fell sharply again Wednesday, as investors went for aggressive sell-off at late hour and DGEN dived again below the 6,000 points strong psychological support level.
The investors were selling-off shares of panic, as they were expecting a firm decision from the government high-ups and at the same time could not rely on the SEC’s assurance, observed a market insider.
Meanwhile, a section of investors under the banner of Bangladesh Share Market Investors’ Unity Council, a platform of small investors, staged demonstration and brought out procession in front the DSE building in line with their earlier announced programme.
The investors took to the streets in protest against the continuous market fall for the third consecutive day on the day.
They started to come out of different brokerage houses and gathered in front of the DSE building at about 1:30pm and demonstrated in protest against the ongoing share prices fall.