Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) on Monday fell by 9.75 points although the single day turnover jumped to over Rs 4.34 billion.
The secondary market that had been reeling through a daily transaction between Rs 1 billion to Rs 2 billion on an average for the past few months, increased by a remarkable volume on Monday. On Monday trading, the market opened at 2,086.42 points and closed at 2,076.67 points.
In the intraday trading, the market reached a maximum of 2,148.15 points. Except four trading groups including life insurance, non-life insurance, trading and mutual fund, the rest of nine groups witnessed drop in their indicators.
Shivam Cements had the largest transaction of its shares worth Rs 175.88 million. The 8.5% BOK Debenture 2086/87 lost the highest percent of its share price whereas CYC Nepal Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd. Became the topmost gainer.