China Outbids India For Bangladesh's Largest Stock Exchange -- What's Next?
Under the agreement, the Chinese consortium will buy each share at BDT 21, or $0.25, totaling some $125 million for the one-fourth stake which values at $53 million. Previously, China offered BDT 22 per share, but lowered its bidding price because the DSE paid out a 10% dividend in 2017.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 25): The FBM KLCI closed 5.7 points or 0.32% lower today after China and the US' move to slap new tariffs on each other's goods yesterday continued to hit world market sentiment.
At 5pm today, the KLCI closed at its intraday low at 1,794.47 points. The KLCI extended losses today after the index fell 10.47 points yesterday.