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KATHMANDU: On the first trading day after the Dashain holiday, the Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) has gone green again and increased by 44.62 points.
After being closed for 9 consecutive days due to Dashain holidays, the stock market index NEPSE, which opened from Sunday, increased by 2.41 percent.
The market index NEPSE increased by 44.62 points and closed at 1898.38 points on Sunday. Along with NEPSE, the sensitive index which measures ‘A’ class companies has also increased by 8.78 points and closed at 372.21 points.
Finance companies and development bank sub-indices have increased by more than 4.5 percent as all 13 sub-indices went green in NEPSE on Sunday. Although there was a high growth in NEPSE, the turnover did not even reach 1 billion.
There were 2,533,393 shares were bought and sold in NEPSE, with a turnover worth Rs 836.8 million today.