In the wake of all sectors bleeding red, the NEPSE loses by double digits once more, with the index closing at 2,690.29.


Following a 59.57-point drop from last Tuesday’s close, the index closed at 2,690.29 today. By the end of the day, the index had dropped by a total of 797 points.

Despite the fact that the index opened at 2,750.02, it not trade any higher. Even though it dropped as low as 2,687.83, the ended up closing at 2,690.29 dollars.

During the period under review, a total of 9,475,936 shares were traded, resulting in a turnover value of Rs. 5.119 Arba. Compared to the previous Tuesday’s turnover of Rs. 6.527 Arba, this is a of Rs. 0.507. A total of 73,328 transactions took place involving 225 scrips.

The Mahalaxmi Bikas Bank Limited (MLBL) had the highest turnover with Rs. 47.49 crores, closing at a market price of Rs. 714.50 per share, which was the highest in the industry. Aside from that, its was the most actively traded.




A total of two scrips have technically gained ten percent, triggering the positive circuit breaker in the process.. Meanwhile, Mahalaxmi Bikas Bank Limited (MLBL) and ICFC Finance Limited (ICFC) suffered the greatest losses, each losing 10% and triggering the negative circuit breaker in their respective sectors.







Today’s trading session ended in the for all sectors combined. With a 4.22 percent decline, “Finance” was the worst hit.

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