NEPSE increased by 1.26 points; United Idi Mardi’s share price fell the most

Kathmandu, March 30

The market, which has been declining for the last two days increased by 1.26 percent on Tuesday. The Nepse index, which declined by 21.29 points last Thursday and 5.45 points on Monday, increased by 32.15 points on Tuesday.

The market, which closed at 2,543.52 points on Monday, had opened at 2,545.54 points. The transaction amount has also increased along with the Nepse index on Tuesday. On Monday, a total of 91 crore 38 lakh 935 shares worth Rs. 4 arba 41 crore 3 lakh 45 thousand were traded.

On Tuesday, a total of 122,09,976 shares worth Rs 6 arba 18 crore 56 lakh 79 thousand were traded. This transaction was made by 209 companies transacting 68,645 thousand times.

The highest amount of shares of Nepal Infrastructure Bank was traded on this day. The company’s total of 48 crore 94 thousand shares were traded. The highest paid share of the company decreased by Rs. 14 and the final price is Rs. 592 has been maintained. On this day, the share price of the company has reached from Rs. 606 to a maximum of Rs. 611.

Of the 13 groups that traded on Tuesday, the trade group index declined by 0.68 percent while production and processing remained stable. The index of hydropower group increased the most by 4.14 percent, followed by banking by 0.49 percent, hotels and tourism by 3.25 percent, development bank by 0.31 percent, finance group by 0.2 percent and non-life insurance group by 3.8 percent. Similarly, the index of others increased by 0.55 percent, microfinance by 3.2 percent, life insurance by 1.9 percent, mutual funds by 1.35 percent and investment group by 0.36 percent.

The share price of half a dozen companies has risen at a high rate on this day. Womi Laghubitta raised by 9.99 percent, Sanima General Insurance by 9.97 percent, General Insurance by 9.94 percent, Ajod Insurance by 9.92 percent, Summit Laghubitta by 9.56 percent and Swabhiman Laghubitta by 9.47 percent.

On this day, the share price of Womi Microfinance raised by Rs. 103 and the final price is Rs. 1,134, Sanima General Insurance’s per capita increased by Rs. 64 and the final price is Rs. 706, General Insurance’s per capita increased by Rs. 63 and the final price is Rs. 697 per unit, Ajod Insurance’s share per capital increased by Rs. 77 and the final price is Rs. 853 has been maintained.

Similarly, the per capita income of Summit Microfinance increased by Rs. 142 and the final price is Rs. 1,627 per capita and Swabhiman Microfinance increased by Rs. 215 and the final price is Rs. 2,485 has been maintained.

United Idi Mardi’s share price fell the most at 5.33 percent in the double-digit market. The share price of the company dercreased by Rs. 18 per unit and the final price has maintained to Rs. 320.