KATHMANDU: The Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) has risen by about 95 points on the first day of the week. The stock market index NEPSE has risen by 94.92 points on Sunday and reached 1,056.98 points.
Today, the shares of hydropower, development banks, insurance, microfinance and manufacturing groups have risen by higher numbers.
After a long time, the transaction amount has reached over two billion rupees on Sunday.
A total of 63.63 million shares of 230 companies were traded at a value of Rs 2.196 billion. The highest turnover was recorded at Kumari Bank, Himalayan Distillery and Ngadi Group Power Company at a rate of more than Rs 80 million.
Shares of 23 companies rose 10 percent to get a positive circuit today. Only the shares of five mutual fund companies declined modestly today. Shares of the remaining 225 companies have risen.