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A slight decline in NEPSE


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2023 May 12, 9:44,

The NEPSE index, which measures share turnover in the securities market, fell by a few points on Thursday. According to the Nepal Stock Exchange, the NEPSE index fell by three.34 points and was limited to 1,838.59.

The sensitive index, which measures the share turnover of large companies, has decreased by 0.71 points and has been limited to 353.009. Out of the total 13 companies traded, the share price of three companies rose, while the shares of 10 subgroups fell. A total of 21 lakh five thousand six hundred and 57 shares were bought and sold at a price of Rs 57 crore 88 lakh 41 thousand five hundred and 93. While the share price of 64 companies rose, the share price of 134 companies fell.

In terms of business, Nepal Telecommunication Company is at the top position. The shares of that company have been traded worth Rs 3 crore 15 lakh 6 thousand 363.

The founding share of Global IME Bank is Rs 2 crore 70 lakh 84 thousand eight hundred and four, Shivam Cement is Rs 1 crore 80 lakh 37 thousand 752, Himal Dolakha Hydropower is Rs 1 crore 77 lakh 63 thousand 410 and Himalayan Distillery is Rs 1 crore 68 lakh 78 thousand seven hundred five. They managed to enter the top five. 

According to NEPSE, the share price of Atmanirbar Lagufitta has increased by 6.10%, Citizen Mutual Fund First 5.89, Mankamana Smart Lagufitta by 5.71, Isrton Hydropower by 5.66 and Kumari Equity Fund's share price has increased by 5 percent.

Similarly, the share price of Forward Microfinance has decreased by 5.99%, Barahi Hydropower 5.52%, Asian Hydropower 5. 52%, Balefi Hydropower 4.35% and Panchkanya My Hydropower has decreased by 4.34%.


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