N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU: On the second trading day of the week, NEPSE index has risen by double digits. According to Nepal Stock Exchange, the NEPSE index has risen by 37.74 points to close at 1,430.41 points. Similarly, the Sensitive Index increased by 7.63 to 298.64 points. A total of 4.25 million shares of 189 companies were traded, with the total turnover of Rs 1.56 billion.
Of the total 12 subgroups traded, shares of only one subgroup decreased while eleven remaining subgroups rose. Mutual Funds decreased by 0.03 points. While, Hydropower rose by 23.23 points, Hotels by 58.10, Banking by 32.93 points, Trade by 10.14 points, Development banks by 55.41 points, Finance by 7.67 points, Non-life insurance by 283.08 points, Manufacturing/production by 54.86 points, Others by 12.63 points, Microfinance by 71.57 points and Life insurance by 223.15 points.
Nepal Reinsurance Company (NRIC) is in the top position in terms of turnover. The company had a turnover of Rs. 69.20 million. Similarly, Nepal Life Insurance Company (NLIC) had Rs. 57.57 million and Ajob insurance Limited (AIL) had Rs. 48.29 million.
Similarly, today’s top three gainers were: Sadhana Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (SDLBSL) gained 9.86 percent, Ajob Insurance Limited (AIL) gained 9.88 percent and Ghodighoda Laghu Bitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (GGBSL) gained 8.70 percent.
Likewise, today’s top three losers were: Dibyashwori Hydropower Ltd. (DHPL) lost 5.70 percent, Gurans Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (GLBSL) lost 4.76 percent and Khanikhola Hydropower Co. Ltd. (KKHC) lost 3.92 percent.
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