Nepse witnesses bull run with 6pc surge to close at 1,260.75

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, JUNE 30

The surged by 6.06 per cent (72.05 points) to land at 1,260.75 points today that market analysts say is the result of the government softening its stance on black being invested in the secondary market.

“The government’s move aims to soften the blow caused by the coronavirus pandemic. It has paved the way for legitimising ill-gotten money through share market,” an investor said, adding there was no other logic behind the bull run today.

Today, the market witnessed three positive circuit breakers one after the other in a span of two hours, after which trading was suspended for the rest of the day.

The first circuit breaker was applied at 11:48am for 20 minutes when surged by four per cent (49.02) points to 1,236.28 points. The second circuit breaker was applied at 12:17pm, just nine minutes after the market reopened as it shot up by five per cent (61.32 points) to 1,248.58 points.

And it took only two minutes for the market to suspend trading for the rest of the day after it resumed at 12:58pm when it immediately rose six per cent at 1:00pm to close at 1,260.75 points.

The sensitive index also went up by 6.1 per cent (15.63 points) to 271.92 points and float index also gained 6.38 per cent or 5.33 points to 88.86 points today.

The total turnover amount stood at Rs 227.21 million, which was achieved through trade of 489,537 units of shares of 134 listed firms through 2,919 transactions.

Among all the subgroups, only hotels and mutual fund landed in the red zone. The hotels subgroup plunged by 3.13 per cent to 1,482.41 points, while mutual fund dropped by 0.33 per cent to land at 9.59 points.

Life was the highest gainer of the day, surging by 9.41 per cent (634.98) point


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