N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU: According to Nepal Stock Exchange, the NEPSE index has declined by 4.41 points to close at 1,536.03 points. While the Sensitive Index down by 1.59 points to 304.65 points. A total of 6.69 million shares of 193 companies were traded, with the total turnover of Rs 2.1 billion.
Of the total 12 subgroups traded, shares of nine subgroups closed at red while remaining three subgroups closed at green. Hotels increased by 9.24 points, Life Insurance by 17.33 points and Mutual Funds by 0.04 points. Likewise, Manufacturing/processing decreased by 12.46 points, Microfinance by 3.99 points, Non Life Insurance by 3.23 points, Others by 7.39 points, Trading by 13.75 points, Banking by 3.00 points, Development Banks by 14.55 points, Hydropower by 8.16 points and Finance by 2.50 points.
Today, Nepal Reinsurance Company Limited (NRIC) is in the top position in terms of turnover. The company had a turnover of Rs 131.38 million. Similarly, Neco Life Insurance (NIL) Rs 72.58 million, Nepal Life Insurance Company Limited (NLIC) Rs 71.75 million, (KBL) Rs 71.41 million and Nepal Bank Limited (NBL) Rs 69.35 million.
Similarly, today’s top three gainers were: Investors of Dibyashwari Hydropower Company Limited (DHPL) gained 10 percent, NRN Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (NLBSL) gained 9.92 percent and Reliance Life Insurance (RLI) gained 9.86 percent.
Likewise, today’s top three losers were: Investors of Mountain Hydro Nepal Limited (MHNL) lost 4.85 percent, Radhi Bidyut Company Limited (RADHI) lost 4.02 percent and Gurkhas Finance Limited (GUFL) lost 3.88 percent.
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