Nepse down by 14 points in the second hour; Jyoti Life and Mahila Laghubitta raised the most

Kathmandu, April 21

In the second hour of trading on Wednesday, the Nepse index fell by 14.59 points and reached 2,650.02 points. The index decreased by 0.55 percent during this period. During the second hour, 209 companies worth Rs. 2 arba 27 arba 5 lakh 91 thousand shares have been bought and sold

Shares of Jyoti Life Insurance and Mahila Laghubitta raised the most by 9.99 percent and 9.96 percent, respectively, in the second hour of trading.

Himal Dolakha Hydropower has recorded the highest turnover so far. The company’s total of Rs.14 crore 52 lakh shares have been traded. The company’s share price has risen to Rs. 166.

Of the 13 groups that traded in the second hour, the index of hotels and tourism and other groups increased by 0.21 and 0.48 percent, while the overall indices of all other groups declined.