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CDSC Meroshare is an application developed by CDSC for providing the services that are offered by them to the investors in Nepal Stock Exhange, Nepalese Capital Market.

Mero Share can be used to apply IPO, FPO, Right Share direct through Online staying at home. click here to login and see your mero share details, manage shares.

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Mirmire Laghubitta Will Sell 51,316 FPO Shares

Mirmire Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited intends to raise funds through a secondary public offering (FPO). The corporation plans to sell 51,316 FPO shares at a price higher than the par value of Rs 100. Mirmire Laghubitta had previously inked an

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CEDB Hydropower IPO Shares Are Listed On The Nepse

The IPO shares of CEDB Hydropower Development Company Limited have been launched on the Nepal Stock Exchange (CHDC). According to the report, 83,94,100 units of CEDB Hydropower Development Company Limited (CHDC) IPO shares have been listed on NEPSE. For the

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Pump And Dump In Stock Market

What is a ‘Pump and Dump’ in the stock market? In the stock market, pump and dump refers to the unethical practice of raising share values by encouraging people to make a purchase that generates demand, only to later sell

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NIBL Sahabhagita Fund – dividend reinvestment plan.

NIBL Ace Capital Limited, the fund manager and depository for NIBL Sahabhagita Fund (NIBLSF), a Nepal Investment Bank Limited-sponsored open-ended mutual fund, has updated its Dividend Re-Investment Plan. Unit holders who choose to take advantage of this plan can reinvest

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Nepal Stock Exchange

The Nepal Stock Exchange Limited (abbreviated as NEPSE) is the only Stock Exchange of Nepal. It is located in Singha Durbar Plaza, Kathmandu Nepal. On September 15, 2017 the equity market capitalization of the companies listed on NEPSE was approximately US$17.3 billion.

The basic objective of NEPSE is to impart free marketability and liquidity to the government and corporate securities by facilitating transactions in its trading floor through member, market intermediaries, such as broker, market makers etc. NEPSE opened its trading floor on 13 January 1994. As on April 4, 2013, the number of listed companies are 334, which includes Commercial Banks, Hydro Power Companies, Insurance Companies and Finance Companies among others. The Exchange has 50 registered brokers as of April 2013. The NEPSE Index is primary all equity market index of NEPSE.

It is regulated by the Securities Board of Nepal.

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List of Banks in Nepal

Commercial Banks

Class B - Development Banks

Class C - Finance Companies

List of Stock Brokers in Nepal

List of Depository Participants in Nepal