Trading resumes at DSE
Published: 2014-04-13 11:41:51.0 BdST Updated: 2014-04-13 14:09:02.0 BdST
Trading resumed at the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) after being disrupted for about three hours due to a ‘technical problem’.
The trading resumed around 1:15pm on Sunday, the DSE website said in a message.
The bourse’s server network encountered a technical problem within minutes after trading started at 10:30am, said DSE PRO Istiaq Ahmed.
“It forced us to stop trading,” he told bdnews24.com.
Sunday's trading would close at 3:15pm instead of 2:30pm, the website said in a message.
That might be to allow some additional time for trading.
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