Nepse down on the last trading day of the week; a turnover of worth 6.5 billion
Kathmandu, March 25
On Thursday, the last day of the week, the Nepse index closed at 2,548.96 points. The index fell by 0.83 percent i.e. 21.29 points compared to the previous trading day on Wednesday. The Sensitive Index also declined by 5.64 points to close at 450.31 points on Thursday.
Compared to Wednesday, the transaction amount has also decreased slightly along with the Nepse index. On Wednesday, a total of 1,69,34,893 shares worth Rs. 6 arba 67 crore 44 lakh 27 thousand were traded. However, on Thursday a total of 1,25,48,146 shares worth Rs 6 arba 50 crore 8 lakh 6 thousand were traded. It was traded 74,658 times by 208 companies.
Nepal Infrastructure Bank Limited has the largest share in the turnover of Rs 6.5 arba. This bank total of 1,488,090 shares worth Rs 91 crore 8 lakh 80 thousand were traded. On this day, the share price of the company increased by 4.65 percent i.e. Rs. 27 per unit and the final price Rs. 608 has been maintained
Of all the 13 group index traded on Thursday, the business group raised by 3.94 percent, the hotels and tourism group by 4.45 percent and the investment group by 1.16 percent, while the rest declined.
On this day, 1.1 percent of banking group, 0.77 percent of development bank, 1.89 percent of hydropower, 0.25 percent of finance, 0.42 percent of non-life insurance, 0.89 percent of production and processing, 1.88 percent of others,1.2 percent of microfinance, 0.99 percent of life insurance and 0.76 percent of mutual fund has declined.
The share prices of three companies raised sharply. On this day, the share price of Chandragiri Hills Limited raised by 10 percent where Support Laghubitta and Womi Laghubitta raised by more than 9 percent. Shares of 40 companies raised today.
Shares of Nepal Bangladesh Bank fell the most by 6.14 percent on Thursday. The share price of the company fell by Rs. 24 per unit and the final price Rs. 367 has been maintained. Shares of 145 companies fell today.