Nepal Stock Exchange (File Photo)
KATHMANDU: The stock market will start its operation from Monday.
A meeting of the board of directors held at the Securities Board of Nepal on Sunday decided to reopen the market from Monday, a board official said.
A formal announcement, however, is yet to be made.
The market, which has been closed from 24 March, was open for two days in April.
Earlier, the circuit break trading period was changed when it was open for two days.
The officials said that the business will be in the same condition from Monday. He said, “Circuit break and trading period have not been discussed in the meeting.”
As soon as the lockdown was lifted, businesses and offices began to open, but there was widespread protest after the stock market did not open.