The country’s sole secondary market has been shut since more than three months due to the unfavourable circumstances caused by the COVID-19 spread in the country.
In between this period, Nepse was able to open for only two days due to rising COVID-19 cases and the continuous lockdown.
Nepse had resumed trading on May 12 after a 50-day break, as per the direction of SEBON. However, it remained open for only two days after the market tumbled noticeably.
At that time, SEBON had introduced new rules and trading had been limited to just t
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