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Bangladesh Top 20 Company in 2018 :By top earnings per share DSE

A company with  earnings per share ratio is capable of generating a significant dividend for investors an investor is primarily interested in a steady source of income, the EPS ratio is useful for estimating the amount of room that a company has for increasing its existing dividend amount.  In either case, a high ratio indicates a potentially worthwhile investment, depending on the market price of the stock

2018Top CompanyEPS
by Market CapitalMarket Cap
[Tk. in mn.]
1British American Tobacco Bangladesh130.5Grameenphone Ltd.500,151.13
2Bata Shoe Company (BD)82.34British American Tobacco Bangladesh202,344.00
3Reckitt Benckiser (Bd.) Ltd.80.63Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd.201,086.55
4Linde Bangladesh Limited62.6United Power Generation134,343.98
5GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)55.56Renata Ltd.85,879.04
6Marico Bangladesh Ltd.52.15Investment Corporation of Bangladesh83,721.09
7Eastern Lubricants Ltd.40.63BRAC Bank Ltd.77,005.52
8Berger Paints Bangladesh38.55Lafarge Surma Cement Ltd.60,275.28
9Renata Ltd.38.24Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd.58,000.18
10Stylecraft Limited29.15Summit Power Ltd.43,676.18
11ACI Limited.22.1Khulna Power Company Ltd.42,920.62
12Padma Oil Co.Ltd.20.68Olympic Industries Limited40,987.47
13Jamuna Oil Com. Ltd.20.31Titas Gas Trans. & Dist. Co. Ltd.39,074.26
14Grameenphone Ltd.20.31Islami Bank Bd Ltd38,156.78
15Meghna Petroleum Ltd.20.28Marico Bangladesh Ltd.37,214.10
16Square Pharmaceuticals14.43Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd.33,255.63
17Heidelberg Cement Bangladesh14.21The City Bank Ltd.31,072.39
18Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd.12.28MJL Bangladesh Limited30,619.36
19National Tea Company12.03IFAD Autos Limited28,857.09
20Kohinoor Chemicals Co. (BD)) 10.47Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd.24,840.00
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