As a result of the pandemic’s paralysis of the economy, liquidity accumulated in the nation’s banking system during the outbreak of the disease. As a result, banking institutions decreased interest rates in order to reduce interest payment expenses as much as possible. According to experts, this resulted in a seesaw effect in the capital market, as depositors flocked to invest in securities that offered higher yields than those they had previously.
But as the national economy began to regain its footing following the pandemic, the extra l
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