NEPSE Concludes The Week With 0.95% Loss and Turnover of Rs 18.15 Arba; Weekly Summary with Sector Comparison, Major Highlights, and More

The Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) experienced fluctuations during the week, witnessing its highest intraday loss of 30.05 points on Tuesday, accompanied by a turnover of Rs 4.04 Arba. However, the total turnover for the week reached Rs 18.15 Arba, with over 4.96 crore unit shares traded through 3,92,995 transactions. The current market capitalization of NEPSE stands at Rs. 3,183,416.94 million, equivalent to Rs 31.83 Kharba.

The NEPSE index declined by 0.95% over the week, and only four sector indices closed in the green. Among the top gainers of the week, Muktinath Krishi Company Limited (MKCL) showed significant growth, closing at Rs. 615.80 with a 46.34% increment.

Conversely, Himalayan Bank Limited Promoter (HBLPO) faced a notable decline of 26.03%, with its last traded price (LTP) standing at Rs. 221.90. The analysis includes data from the SS Pro Software, covering top stocks by turnover, volume, and number of transactions.

Sonapur Minerals and Oil Limited (SONA) emerged as the top-traded company of the week, with shares worth Rs. 93.10 Crore being traded. Naasa Securities Co. Ltd (Broker No- 58) played a significant role, being the top buyer broker with purchases amounting to Rs. 1.10 Arba. On the selling side, Naasa Securities Co. Ltd (Broker No- 58) also held the top position, selling stocks worth Rs. 1.32 Arba. The detailed analysis was conducted using the SS Pro Software, providing insights into the market dynamics throughout the week.


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