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NEPSE index decreased by 18.15 points


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2023 Mar 23, 16:35,

The NEPSE index, which measures share turnover in the securities market, has fallen by double digits. According to the Nepal Stock Exchange, the NEPSE index fell by 18.15 points and was limited to 1,915,144.

Similarly, the sensitive index, which measures the share turnover of large companies, decreased by 2.90 points and was limited to 361.01 billion.

The share price of all the 13 sub-groups traded has decreased. 43 lakh 40 thousand 270 shares of various companies were bought and sold at the price of Rs.

In today's transactions, NIC Asia Bank is at the top position based on transaction amount. The turnover of the bank is Rs 21 crore 74 lakh 64 thousand eight hundred and sixty eight. In addition, Siddharth Bank has Rs 8 crore 35 lakh 71 thousand 933, Himalayan Distillery has Rs 4 crore 45 lakh 63 thousand 477, Nabil Bank has Rs 3 crore 84 lakh 69 thousand 238 and Shivam Cement has Rs 3 crore 71 lakh 39 thousand. 1032 worth of shares have been traded and managed to enter the top five.

According to NEPSE, the share price of Maya Khola Hydropower Company has increased by 10 percent and there is a positive circuit. Share prices of Asian Hydropower increased by 9.97 percent, Siddharth Bank by 8.34 percent, Bottlers Nepal Terai by 5.21 percent and Liberty Energy by 4.26 percent.

Likewise, Unique Nepal Lagufitta 7.46 million, Sirjanshil Lagufitta 6.83 million, Khaptad Lagufitta 6.1002, Shubham Power 5.74 million and NIC Asia Bank's share price decreased by 5.12 percent.

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NEPSE Market Nepal Stock Exchange NIC Asia Bank Siddharth Bank Himalayan Distillery Nabil Bank Shivam Cement Maya Khola Hydropower Company Asian Hydropower
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