After showing a short-lived recovery trend, Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) finished the week on Thursday in red though the fall in all three indices was marginal. DSEX, the general index, ended 25.18 points or 0.54 percent lower at 4635.33 when the blue-chip DS30 came 12.08 points or 0.71 percent down to 1669.67. The fall in Shariah index DSES was only 1.06 points or 0.10 percent as it closed at 1014.09. Stockbrokers attributed the fall to the decline in bank, insurance, mutual fund and non-banking financial issues those led the day’s losing side. The number of advancing and lagging companies was very close with 126 to 125 when prices of 37 issues remained unchanged. The day’s turnovers were 6.40 crore shares worth Taka 353.46 crore, lower than Wednesday’s 73.20 crore shares of Taka 450.75 crore. Companies, mostly from engineering category, were among the day’s top 10 gainers besides food and allied, textile and pharmaceuticals sectors.