Nepse gained 2.74 points today; Closed at 2674.35 points
Kathmandu, April 8
The stock market raised by normal points on Thursday, the last trading day of the this week. Today the market increased by gaining 2.74 points and has reached to 2674.35 points. However, the transaction amount has decreased to Rs 6.5 billion.
On this day, out of 13 groups in the Nepse index, 7 groups share price increased while the rest 6 groups declined. Today, the microfinance group has raised the most by 106.13 points. The life insurance group raised by 91.98 points and banking group by 1.89 points, 29.79 points in the hotel and tourism group, 20.62 points in the development bank group, 39.43 points in the finance group and 0.02 points in the mutual fund group. .
Today, the non-life insurance group has declined the most by 62.63 points. The trade group declined by 32.01 points, while the hydropower group declined by 23.33 points, the manufacturing and processing group by 28.77 points, the other group by 22.51 points and the investment group by 0.43 points.
Of the 207 companies listed on Nepse, 1 crore 33 lakh 76 thousand shares have been traded at Rs 6 arba 55 crore 66 lakh 16 thousand on this day. Today, Upper Tamakoshi had a maximum turnover of Rs 37 crore 13 lakh. NIFFRA had a turnover of Rs. 25 crore 52 lakh, Nepal Bank had Rs. 24 crore 7 lakh, Chandragiri Hills Rs. 22 crore 44 lakh and Nabil Bank Rs 18 crore 17 lakh. Similarly, Nepal Telecom had a turnover of Rs 13 crore 71 lakh, Forward Community Microfinance had Rs. 10 crore 79 lakh, Nepal Reinsurance Company had Rs. 10 crore 54 lakh, Jyoti Bikas Bank had Rs. 10 crore 20 lakh and Reliance Finance had Rs. 9 crore 38 lakh.
Today, there is a positive circuit in the share prices of six companies. Shares of NIC Asia Microfinance, Greenlife Hydropower, Jyoti Life Insurance, Multipurpose Finance, Reliance Finance and Global IME Microfinance have raised by an average of 10 percent.
On this day, the shareholders of Universal Power and Rasuwagadhi Hydropower lost a lot. Share prices of both the companies have declined by 4 percent.