First Trading Day After Dashain: NEPSE Closes at 2,656.96 After Gaining 17.59 Points


The NEPSE index finished the day at 2,656.96, an increase 17.59 points from the previous trading day’s closing price. The index had fallen by 23.19 points in the last trading day Dashain, according to the previous trading day’s results.

The index began the day at 2,644.41 and reached an intraday high 2,665.42 falling back to 2,644.41. Even though it fell as low as 2,625.13, it ultimately closed at 2,656.96 dollars.

A total 4,760,295 shares were exchanged, resulting in a turnover amount of Rs. 1.41 Arba (rupees and rupees). This represents a decrease from the previous trading day’s turnover Rs. 3.639 Arba. A total of 21,328 transactions took place involving 218 scrips.

Nabil Bank Limited (NABIL) had the highest turnover with Rs. 8.32 crores, and the stock closed at a market price Rs. 1,482 per share, the highest in the industry. The most actively traded units were those of the Global IME Samunnat Scheme 1 (GIMES1).

The company Chandragiri Hills Limited (CGH) gained the most, with a 6.97 percent increase. Citizens Mutual Fund – 2 (CMF2), on the other hand, suffered the greatest loss, falling by 5.66 percent.

one type mutual fund suffered a 0.75 percent loss today. Hotels and tourism saw the greatest increase out of all the other sectors, gaining 3.51 percent.


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