On Tuesday, the Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) index rose 29.24 points to an all-time high of 3079.67 points.
Today, 32.35 million shares from 225 firms were exchanged, resulting in a Rs 15.17 billion turnover.
Similarly, banking has dropped 3 points, trade has down 2 points, hotels and tourism has dropped 18 points, and microfinance has dropped 116 points.
Development Bank scored 35 points higher, hydropower 119 points higher, finance 71 points higher, non-life insurance 120 points higher, manufacturing 305 points higher, life insurance 260 points higher, and other groupings 60 points higher.
The worth of ten enterprises has increased by 10%.
Nepal Hydro Developers, United Modi Hydropower, Joshi Hydropower, Multipurpose Finance, Khanikhola Hydropower, Ghalemdi Hydropower, Himalayan Energy Development, Universal Power, Janaki Finance, and United Idi Mardi RB have all seen a 10% gain in their stock prices.
Synergy Power, Reliance Finance, and Ankhu Khola Hydropower have all seen their prices rise by more than 9%. Green Life, Api Power, and Himalaya Distillery have all seen their prices climb by more than 8%.
Support Microfinance investors lost the most money, losing 5.77 percent. Unnati Sahakarya Microfinance, Janautthan Samudayik, and Nepal Insurance have all seen their prices drop by more than 5%.
In terms of transaction volume, NIC Asia Bank was at the top of the list.
The firm has a revenue of Rs 490 million.