People can now get loans of up to 80 percent of their stock market investment if the benchmark exceeds 7,000 points and stays between 8,000.
Earlier, investors were able to borrow 80 Tk for an investment of 100 Tk if the benchmark remained below 7,000 points.
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For the index above 7,000 units, the ability to borrow was reduced to 50 Tk compared to an investment of every 100 Tk.
The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission has raised the threshold and issued a directive allowing exchange holders to extend their credit facilities to investors to their approved clients at a ratio of 1: 0.80.
“Taking into account the situation of the Covid-19 pandemic” and in the interest of investors, the directive was amended, the OSCE said.
The DSEX, the Dhaka Stock Exchange Index, closed the day at 6,699 on the last trading day on August 12, which is the all-time high since its start in 2013.