N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU: According to Nepal Stock Exchange, the NEPSE index has risen by 6.28 points to close at 1,397.57 points. While the Sensitive Index rises by 1.30 points to 288.36 points. A total of 1.2 million shares of 182 companies were traded, with the total turnover of Rs 393.13 million. Number of transaction and turnover have been lowered due to lockdown imposed by Government from today.
Of the total 12 subgroups traded, shares of two subgroup closes at red while remaining ten subgroups closes at green. Hotels decreased by 4.36 points and Mutual Funds by 0.01 points. Likewise, Finance increased by 2.85 points, Banking by 5.42 points, Development Banks by 4.22 points, Hydropower by 7.42 points, Life Insurance by 56.82 points, Manufacturing/Processing by 21.73 points, Microfinance by 12.02 points, Non life Insurance by 32.41 points, Others by 0.09 points and Trading by 20.11 points.
Neco Insurance Limited (NIL) is in the top position in terms of turnover. The company had a turnover of Rs 30.21 million. Similarly, Citizen Investment Trust (CIT) had Rs 23.92 million, Nepal Reinsurance Company Limited (NRIC) had Rs 23.02 million and Nepal Bank Limited (NBL) had Rs 16.81 million.
Similarly, today’s top three gainers were: Samriddhi Finance Company Limited (SFCL) gained 9.92 percent, Civil Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (CLBSL) gained 5.75 percent and Bishal Bazar Company Limited (BBC) gained 5.52 percent.
Likewise, today’s top three losers were: Joshi Hydropower Development Company Limited (JOSHI) lost 6.45 percent, Sadhana Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (SDLBSL) lost 2.99 percent and Multipurpose Finance Company Limited (MPFL) lost 2.78 percent.
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