Nepse up by 60.23 points in the first hour

Kathmandu, March 4

In the first hour of trading and the last trading day of the week, the Nepse index has increased by 60.23 points and reached 2,476.24 points.

The market started at 2,424.90 points and increased by 2.49 percent in the first hour of trading.

In the first hour of trading, the share price of Chandragiri Hills raised by 10 percent and cost Rs. 605 per share.

During the first hour, 195 companies traded 15,175 times with 2,280,244 shares worth Rs. 1 billion 433.48 million has been bought and sold.

Nepal Telecom Company has the highest turnover during this period. The company’s Rs. 95.5 million worth of shares have been traded. The company’s share price has risen to Rs. 1 thousand 203 is being traded.

Of the 13 groups that traded in the first hour, the index of the mutual fund group declined by 0.17 percent, while the overall Nepse raised as the index of all other groups raise. The index of trade group has increased the most by 7.1 percent.