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“NEPSE Records Volatile Trading Day: High Turnover, Notable Gains, and Losses in Latest Market Update”

The Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) Index recorded a decline of 15.40 points, equivalent to 0.78%, settling at 1,948.57 points compared to the previous day’s closing.

In the preceding trading session, the market had witnessed an impressive 6% surge, prompting multiple trading halts and leading to the early closure of the market for the entire day. The total turnover on NEPSE reached a noteworthy Rs 48.24 Crores, concluding at 1,963.98 points with a substantial triple-digit gain of 111.20 points.

The day commenced with the index opening at 1989.54, touching an intraday low of 1,928.76, and reaching an intraday high of 1,989.71.

Throughout the day’s trading activities, 303 different stocks were involved in 109,918 transactions. The volume of shares traded totaled 14,698,517, resulting in a total turnover of Rs. 4.84 Arba, marking the highest turnover recorded in the past 5 and a half months. Notably, the market capitalization stood at Rs. 30.04 Kharba, with a float market capitalization of Rs. 10.49 Kharba.

Sonapur Minerals And Oil Limited (SONA) emerged as the leader in turnover, reaching Rs. 25.15 crores and closing at a market price of Rs. 328.

Additionally, Bottlers Nepal (Balaju) Limited (BNL), Samudayik Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (SLBSL), and Dolti Power Company Limited (DOLTI) displayed the highest gains at 10%, followed by Hathway Investment Nepal Limited (HATHY) with a gain of 9.90%.

Conversely, Samata Gharelu Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (SMATA) recorded the most significant loss of 7.15% on the day.

In terms of sector indices, four sector indices closed positively, with the “Mutual Fund Index” registering the highest gain at 2.16%. On the other hand, the “Development Bank Index” experienced the most substantial loss, declining by 2.09%.


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