The Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) topped all Asian capital markets in May. This information was recently published in the journal Asia Frontier.
Even in the midst of the Corona epidemic, investors in Bangladesh’s stock market have made a return of 9.4 percent, leaving the emerging economies behind. And this is why DSE has risen to the top of the list of the best capital markets.
Investors in the Pakistani capital market gained 8.5 percent, investors in the Vietnamese market 7.2 percent and Chinese investors 6.6 percent. Investors in the Philippines gained 5.3 percent, Kazakhstan 4.7 percent, Sri Lankan investors 2.5 percent, Thai investors 0.6 percent and Indonesian 0.3 percent.
According to capital market analysts, the capital market has returned to a positive trend since the new commission headed by Professor Shibli Rubaiyat-ul-Islam took office. Domestic and foreign investors are flocking to the market. As a result, the market index has set a record of exceeding 6,000 points.
Earlier, in September and October last year, the name of DSE came up in the list of the best capital markets in the world in terms of returns. As a result, DSE came up in the list of the best capital markets in the world for the third time.