By RSS on Jul 03,2018 - 17:25
The domestic share market, which was on the continuous bearish run for the past few days, has slightly increased today.
According to the Nepal Stock Exchange Limited (NEPSE), the share market has increased by 0.65 points to close at 180.36 points today.
The sensitive sub-index that measures the share value of 'A' class companies soared by 0.43 points and reached 248.25 points. A total of 915,136 units of shares of 162 companies were traded and the total turnover was Rs 218.198 million.
According to the NEPSE, five sub-indexes, measuring the share values of the hotel, bank, finance, production and other sectors, increased by 6.53 points, 3.53 points, 1.98 points, 15.44 points and 0.71 points, respectively.
The World Bank has decided to provide around Rs 23 billion concessional loan to Nepal for the implementation of financial and energy sector reform policy. An agreement in this regard was reached during the ongoing annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) at Bali of Indonesia.
by RSS | Oct 11