Kathmandu,Nepal, February 1, 2021: Nepalese share market has returned back to the bullish trend though it was massively corrected in the first trading day of the week on Sunday. The NEPSE index has gained 37.7 points and closed at 2,408.24 points on Monday gaining 1.59 percent from yesterday's closing.
The index, which was opened at 2,372.04, went high points of 2,413.18 but corrected latter to close at 2,408.24. During the four hour long trading hours, 13,311,942 shares were trade via 65,778 transactions.
The trading of 203 scrips brought the total market turnover of about Rs. 6.97 Arab. Likewise, the float index has gained 2.2 points and closed at 163.73 points while the sensitive index reached at 437.28 points losing 4.95 points.
Nepal Reinsurance Company Limited (NRIC) has become the company with highest individual scrip turnover of Rs. 58.33 crores on Monday. Likewise, the shares of Century Commercial Bank Limited (CCBL) were traded the most on Monday.
Different 8 companies had hit 10 percent positive circuit. However, Kalika Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (KMCDB) has lost the most 7.24 percent.