On Thursday, the penultimate trading day of the week, Nepal Exchange Ltd (NEPSE) gained by 23.76 points.
The index now stands at 2824.89 points after today’s increase.
Today, a total of 13.14 million shares of 223 were traded, amounting in a 4.8 billion dollar turnover.
Banking gained 17 points, hotel and tourist gained 14 points, development banks gained 89 points, hydropower gained 52 points, finance gained 64 points, non-life insurance gained 4 points, manufacturing gained 23 points, microfinance gained 68 points, and life insurance gained 42 points.
The other 12 index and company categories have also dropped by 20 points.
Guheshwari Merchant Bank’s stock price has increased by 9%. Similarly, the worth of the Founder Group of the Rashtriya Bima Company has increased by 6%. Joshi Hydro, Ghalemdi Hydro, Multipurpose Finance, and Civil Microfinance have all seen a 5% hike in their prices.
The Corporate Development Bank’s value dropped the greatest, by 3%.
Furthermore, the price decline of other failing corporations was confined to less than 2%. In terms of turnover, Nepal Bank stood at the top.
After buying and selling 210 million shares of the bank, Himalayan Distillery made a profit of Rs 170 million. Following that, in terms of turnover, NIC Asia Bank, Nifra, and Upper Tamakoshi were in front.