Six companies shares price increased by more than 9 percent
Kathmandu, April 22
On Thursday, the last trading day of the week, shares of six companies have raised sharply. Of the 207 companies traded, the highest gainers are Sindhu Bikas Bank and Bishal Bazar Company.
Similarly, the share price of Mahila Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha has increased by 9.97 percent, Green Development Bank by 9.95 percent, Jyoti Life Insurance by 9.93 percent and Nepal Credit and Commerce (NCC) Bank by 9.84 percent.
The increase in share price is due to, that there are more buyers than sellers in the shares of these six companies. Bishal Bazar Company’s trading has been suspended for three months. Investors attraction has increased after the stock market opened three months later.
The share price of the Bishal Bazar company is Rs. 3,168 per share. Similarly, the share price of Sindhu Bikas Bank is Rs. 286 per share and the share price of Mahila Laghubitta is Rs. 1,942, Green Development Bank’s Rs. 232, Jyoti Life Insurance’s Rs. 908 and NCC Bank’s Rs. 346 per share.