NEPSE records transaction worth over Rs 2 billion in week

KATHMANDU: The domestic stock market this week made transactions worth Rs 2.84 billion.

According to Nepal Stock Exchange Limited (NEPSE), some 5.12 million units of share were sold and purchased in this week which is more by 5.81 per cent than the transaction recorded in the last week.

At the closing day of this week, Friday, the NEPSE index dwindled by 11.27 points compared to the opening day (Sunday) thus closing at 1,604.31 points.

The ‘sensitive index’ that is used to measure shares of ‘A’ class companies fell by 2.94 points than the first day to end at 340.34 points. The Standard Chartered Bank Limited is in the topmost position in the price index of sold and purchased shares as bank’s shares worth around Rs 180 million were sold and purchased in this period.

The Siddhartha Bank Company Limited witnessed the highest number of shares (247 thousands units) sold and purchased in this week. RSS

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