UNB, Dhaka : Key share price index in the country’s twin bourses posted a mixed position on Wednesday as Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) returned to positive with nominal gain while Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) continued loss. Prices of a good number of issues increased while that of a large number decreased on Wednesday at both the bourses after sustaining loss on Tuesday. Both the DSE and CSE, however, made gain in two successive sessions in the beginning of the week on Sunday and Monday. The DSE daily turnover again came down to Tk 600 crore. Trading at both the bourses began on positive note in the morning on Wednesday, but the DSE ended the day posting a very little gain while CSE made a nominal lose after some ups and downs throughout the day. The volume of trade in terms of value was lower at both the bourses on the day than on Tuesday. The DSE benchmark index, DSEX gained 1.95 points or 0.04 percent to reach 4811.49 at the close of trading on Wednesday. Of the 293 issues traded, 110 gained, 153 declined and 30 remained unchanged. Most of the traded issues of the day included those from mutual fund, ceramics, engineering, aviation, leather, pharmaceuticals, textile, banking and petroleum sectors. Shares worth Tk 620.58 crore changed hands at the DSE on Wednesday, showing a loss of Tk 157.35 crore over Tk 771.93 crore on Tuesday. The day’s top 10 gainers at the DSE were Rahim Textile, ICB Islamic Bank, Linde Bangladesh, Glaxo Smithklaine, Mithun Knitting, AMCL (Pran), BATBC, Renata, Bata Shoe, and Eastern Housing. Jamuna oil, Meghna Petroleum, and Generation Next were the top most traded issues at the DSE in terms of value while Generation Next, United Air, and Mercantile Bank Bank were the most traded on the in terms of volume. The CSE key index, CSCX lost 11.03 points to reach 9443.47 at the close Wednesday. Of the 227 issues traded, 60 advanced, 138 suffered loss and 29 remained unchanged. The value of the traded issues was Tk 50.41 crore on the day against Tk 69.04 crore on Tuesday.