Kathmandu. Stock market index NEPSE rose after 13 days on Wednesday.
The index, which has continuously decreased since January 26, closed in the green on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, NEPSE increased by 33.57 points and stopped at 2080 points. Among the traded companies, 165 companies’ prices increased, 49 companies decreased and 3 remained stable. The transaction amount has been limited to 1 billion 80 million. While most of the sub-groups increased, microfinance sub-group decreased by 61 points.
Banking 16, development bank 80, finance 48, hotel and tourism 94, hydropower 96, life insurance 196, manufacturing 71, non-life insurance 180 and other subgroups increased by 26 points. On this day, all the hydropower companies were among the 5 companies that gained the most value, while all the microfinance companies were among the 5 companies that lost the most value.
The price of Liberty Energy increased by 9.8%, Chyangdi Hydro by 9.5%, Dordi by 9%, People’s Power by 8.4% and River Falls by 7.8%. The price of ideal microfinance decreased by 10 percent.
The value of Khaptad Microfinance decreased by 7.8%, Upakar Microfinance by 6.9%, Creative Microfinance by 5.8% and Andikhola Microfinance by 5.1%.
The transactions of Himalayan Distillery, Jeevan Bikas Lagufitta, Global IME Bank, NIC Asia Bank and Ngadi Group Power remained the highest.