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ISSUE: 04, DHAKA, SUNDAY, 27 JULY 2014  
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Unpleasant Eid
65% deprived from festival

/Staff Correspondent: Eid cerebration of about 65% people of the country is totally uncertain due to the economic disaster, poverty and non-payment of salary. Price hike of essential commodities have also prolonged the sufferings of general mass this year.
A recent survey of the Global Economist Forum, a civil society organisation accreditated by United NatDetails...

NBL Money Transfer gets final nod in Maldives

/Staff Correspondent: National Bank Limited (NBL) Money Transfer Pte, in Maldives has finally been accorded permission to remain as money transfer company from the central bank of Maldives. Earlier, the Maldives Monetary Authority (MMA) has given a condition to make the money transfer company as a full-fledged bank, raising capital within six months.
NBL Money Transfer inDetails...

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Banking sector of the country
Excess liquidity was decade-high in 2013

/Staff Reporter: due to lack of credit demand and sluggish investment climate amid prolonged political unrest over 5 January national polls. The surplus liquidity stood at 15.38%, which was 32.54% of the total liquid asset in the banking sector in the last year. It was 9.9% in 2003, according to a publication of Department of Off-site Supervision (DOS) of the central bankDetails...

Gaza–Israel conflict
Putin urges to stop bloodshed

/Diplomatic Correspondent: In response to the terrible tragedy that took place over Donetsk, I want to reiterate Russia s position with regard to the current situation in Ukraine.
We have called repeatedly on all parties to the conflict to stop the bloodshed immediately and begin negotiations. I believe that if military operations had not Details...


Banking Ranking
Camels Rating of different banks

/Capital, Asset, Management, Earning, Liquidity and Sensitivity to the market risk (CAMELS) rating of different commercial banks in Bangladesh, based on the performance as on December 2013 are as follows. Serial made on the basis of performance and first local then foreign banks.
Strong or ‘A-class’ BanksDetails...

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