N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU: Despite the problem seen in NEPSE online trading system, more than Rs 1.5 billion worth of shares were traded in the secondary market on Sunday.
According to Nepal Stock Exchange, the NEPSE index has increased by 4.64 points to close at 1,462.67 points. While the Sensitive Index decline by 0.80 points to 296.29 points. A total of 3.69 million shares of 186 companies were traded, with the total turnover of Rs 1.61 billion.
Of the total 12 subgroups traded, shares of three subgroups closed at red while remaining nine subgroups closed at green. Banking decreased by 7.44 points, Development Bank by 0.45 points and Mutual Funds by 0.03 points. Likewise, Finance increased by 1.62 points, Hotels by 0.63 points, Life Insurance by 46.32 points, Hydropower by 9.39 points, Manufacturing/Processing by 26.56 points, Microfinance by 2.37 points, Non Life Insurance by 94.30 points, Trading by 18.07 points and Others by 27.13 points.
Today, Nepal Reinsurance Company Limited (NRIC) is in the top position in terms of turnover. The company had a turnover of Rs 343.21 million. Similarly, NRN Infrastructure and Development Limited (NRN) Rs 118.49 million, Neco Insurance Limited (NIL) Rs 84.45 million and Shivam Cements Limited (SHIVM) Rs 78.99 million.
Similarly, today’s top three gainers were: Investors of NRN Infrastructure and Development Limited (NRN) gained 9.76 percent, Nepal Reinsurance Company Limited (NRIC) gained 8.60 perent and Siddhartha Insurance Limited (SIL) gained 8.18 percent.
Likewise, today’s top three losers were: Taragaon Regency Hotel Limited (TRH) lost 5.16 percent, Laxmi Equity Fund (LEMF) lost 3.66 percent and Multipurpose Finance Company Limited (MPFL) lost 3.54 percent.
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