NEPSE: Last hour hike sees market go up by 3 points


Kathmandu, March 18

On Monday, the NEPSE, which had suffered consecutive declines in the three preceding trading days, ended with a sudden uptick, ultimately closing at 2,073 points.

The turnover, however, went down as Rs 2.88 billion was traded on Monday compared to Rs 3.38 billion on Sunday. Share prices of 148 companies increased, 85 decreased and 10 remained stable.

Development Bank rose the most at 1.3 per cent followed by Finance which increased by 1 per cent.

Banking, however, went down by 37 points, Investment by 35 points, Manufacturing by 57 points and Non-Life insurance by 11 points.

Trading went up by 14 points, Others by 6 points, Microfinance by 24 points, Life insurance by 6 points, Hydropower by 4 points, Hotel and Tourism by 47 points, Finance by 20 points and Development Banks by 52 points.

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