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Posted by Mon, Apr 17 2017 11:53 amon
Speaking at a press meet on Sunday, Prime Bank Ltd Managing Director Ahmed Kamal Khan Chowdhury said his bank never runs after profits.
Posted by Mon, Apr 17 2017 10:41 amon
The local currency Taka gained against the UK pound and the euro, while it remained unchanged against the US dollar in the inter-bank money market on Sunday.
Posted by Mon, Apr 17 2017 10:03 amon
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited organised view-exchange meeting on ‘Shariah Awareness’ at Islami Bank Tower in the capital on Sunday.
Posted by Sun, Apr 16 2017 03:53 pmon
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) maintains that in the next two years the developing Asian countries will drive the world economy. However, at the same time ADB warned of uncertainties from the United States (US) and Europe.
Posted by Sun, Apr 16 2017 03:39 pmon
he Wage Earners Welfare Board (WEWB) has provided the Probashi Kallyan Bank (PKB) with Tk 500 million (50 crore) to facilitate conversion of the bank into a scheduled one.
Posted by Sun, Apr 16 2017 01:42 pmon
The government of Bangladesh has set a target to bring the whole country under electricity coverage by 2021.
Posted by Sun, Apr 16 2017 01:29 pmon
Strong trading results, rather than lending, was the driving force behind solid earnings reported by large US banks, as executives expressed measured optimism about the prospects for President Donald Trump's pro-growth agenda.
Posted by Sat, Apr 15 2017 07:38 pmon
Saudi Arabia raised $9bn in its first global Islamic bond issue, the government announced on Thursday, a move analysts say could ease pressure on foreign reserves.
Posted by Sat, Apr 15 2017 05:02 pmon
Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) are now allowed to deposit foreign currency in their accounts at bank booths in airports across the country.
Posted by Sat, Apr 15 2017 04:14 pmon
Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) can now deposit foreign currencies brought in by themselves in their respective foreign currency accounts, subject to the declaration on Form of Money and Jewelry (FMJ) in case of the amount exceeding USD 5,000 or equivalent, reports BSS.