KATHMANDU:- The stock market has declined. The market, which had increased by 7 points on Monday, has declined by double digits today.
Despite the decline in the indicator, the transaction amount has improved slightly today. Compared to the previous day, the transaction amount has increased by 24 billion and exceeded 4 billion.
The share market gauge Nepse has decreased by 32.31 points and reached 2733.13 points. A total of 74,48,366 shares of 227 companies worth Rs 4,165.89 million were bought and sold on Tuesday.
Of the 13 groups that came into business today, all but the rest of the group’s indicators have been ratamme. The finance group fell the most at 3.4 percent. Similarly, development banks and hydropower groups also declined by more than 2 percent.
Of the 227 companies traded, the share price of 24 companies increased while the value of 194 companies decreased. The value of 9 companies has remained stable.
Today, Nepal Telecom has the highest turnover. It has a turnover of over Rs. 41 crore. Similarly, National Hydro with Rs 120 million and Mahalakshmi Development Bank with Rs 10 million were in the top three most traded companies.
The share price of human microfinance has started a positive circuit in the market which has declined by double digits. Its shareholders have earned exactly 10 percent.
ICFC Finance lost the most at 5.84 percent today in a declining market. Similarly, the share price of NIBL Pragati Fund and Narayani Development Bank has declined by more than 5 percent.
Similarly, shares of Goodwill Finance, Singti Hydropower, Multipurpose Finance, Pokhara Finance, Khanikhola Hydropower, Guheshwari Merchant and Shree Investment Company have declined by more than 4 percent.
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