Nepse suffers double-digit fall
By N24 Correspondent
Sunday, June 18th, 2017
KATHMANDU: Having suffered a decline in the past few days, Nepal Stock Exchange continued to fall by double-digit on Sunday. According to the Nepse, the market slid down by 13.61 points to 1,575 points.
A total of 843,912 shares of the total 143 companies were traded worth Rs 590 million, the Nepse said. Sensitive Index has also decreased by 1.95 points.
Banking group plunged by 17.4 points, hotel by 18.36 points, development bank by 10.93 points and hydropower by 31.28 points.
Likewise, finance dipped by 0.85 points, insurance company by 14.74 points, production companies by 8.73 points and other by 1.74 points. RSS
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