Two companies share price raised by 10 percent in the third hour of trading
Kathmandu, April 20
In the third hour of trading on Tuesday, the Nepse index raised by 1.14 points and reached to 2,663.07 points.
In a market that increased by 0.4 percent, 210 companies shares worth Rs. 3 arba 85 crore 61 lakh 2 thousand have been bought and sold.
Shares of Mahila Laghubitta and United Mardi Hydropower raised by 10 percent in the third hour of trading. Similarly, the share price of Jyoti Life Insurance has risen by 9.96 percent.
Of the 13 groups that traded in the third hour, the banking and investment group’s index declined by 0.13 percent and 0.87 percent, while the rest traded, hotels and tourism, development banks, hydropower, finance, non-life insurance, manufacturing and processing, other, microfinance, life. Insurance and mutual fund group indices have risen.
Citizen Investment Trust has had the highest turnover during this period. The company’s shares worth Rs. 16 crore 54 lakh have been traded. The company’s share price has risen transactions are taking place at Rs. 3,956.
Nepal Infrastructure Bank is the second most traded company in terms of transaction amount. The company’s share price Rs. 578 thousand per unit. Shares worth Rs. 13 crore 49 lakh have been bought and sold.