KATHMANDU: Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE), which fell alarmingly on Tuesday, made a double-digit “comeback” on Wednesday.
The stock market rose by 23.83 points and stopped at 2111.99 points today.
Prices of all sub-groups have increased except business.
Investors of finance companies earned the most in this too.
A total of 7,508,188 shares were bought and sold in 50,297 transactions of 227 companies on Wednesday. NEPSE witnessed the transactions worth Rs 3.16 billon today.
On Wednesday, the prices of Janaki Finance, United Modi Hydro and Rashtra Utthan Lagufitta had a positive circuit. NESDO Microfinance, Jalpa Community Microfinance, Universal Power, Union Hydropower also remained among the companies that saw a good rise. The price of debentures decreased a lot today.
Shivam Cement had the highest turnover on Wednesday as well.