The NEPSE rises by 1.01 points.

NEPSE index goes up by 20.71 points

On Wednesday, the fourth trading day of the week, the Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) increased by 1.01 points.

With today’s increase, the index now stands at 2872.05 points.

Today, 44.73 million shares of 214 companies were traded, resulting in a Rs 5.65 billion turnover.

The Sensitive Index, which measures the trading volume of large companies, fell 0.14 points today to 539.38.

Himalayan Power Partner Limited investors are currently earning the highest rate of 8.10 percent per share. Nabil Balance Fund-2 investors have suffered the greatest loss, at 2.83 percent per capita.

Gorkhas Finance had the highest turnover today, with Rs 294.769 million.

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Nabil Balance Fund-2 had the most shares (1,18,29,714 shares), while Nepal Infrastructure Development Bank had the fewest (1,693 shares).

According to Nepse, while the indices of mutual funds, finance, investment, hydropower, hotel, and tourism sub-groups rose today, the indices of all other sub-groups fell.

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