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Nepse surges by 50 points on Monetary Policy

Share market reacted positively on Monetary Policy – that directed banks and financial institutions to hike paid up capital to Rs 8 billion by next two year – as Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) today leaped by 50.57 points to close

Share market likely to open from May 24

Instead of tomorrow, the share market is going to start trading from May24. The market has been closed since April 26 after the devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake of April 25. And it had initially planned to start trading from tomorrow. But

Capital market regulator urges financial market regulator for better coordination

The capital market regulator urged the financial market regulator to coordinate before bringing any policy as it could hit the capital market. Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) today asked central bank to coordinate with it before taking any decision on

Nepse directs firms to demat stocks within 21 days

Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) today directed the listed companies – that are yet to be registered with CDS and Clearing (CDSC) – to dematerialise their shares within the next three weeks. Currently, out of 240 listed companies, only 68 have

Nepse asks short-listed firms to submit request for proposal

Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) called today for request for proposal from the three short-listed firms to become consultant and recommend business requirement specifications to implement its planned online trading system. Daiwa Institute of Research, The International Securities Consultancy and Korea

Government urges stock investors to calm down

The government today urged investors not to panic as the share market has been ‘unnaturally’ looking down. Speaking at a press meet joint secretary at the Finance Ministry Krishna Prasad Devkota said that the government was aware of the unnatural

More than half of listed companies yet to demat their shares

The listed companies are reluctant to demat their stocks at CDS and Clearing Ltd (CDSCL), despite Nepal Stock Exchange’s ultimatum to register by mid-August. “Only three companies have registered themselves at the CDS and Clearing within mid-August deadline,” the CDS

Sebon to allow merchant banks to expand service

The capital market regulator is planning to allow merchant banks expand their services with increased paid up capital. Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) is going to let the merchant banks do consultancy services, said an official at the board. A

Market adds more stocks but trading, transaction less

The secondary market has added some 23,58,156 units of bonus shares of Bank of Kathmandu and 10,12,500 units of rights shares of Life Insurance Corporation this week, though the market witnessed some 3.59 million units of stocks trading worth Rs

Majority of brokers out of insurance cover, fire guts a broker office

Though the Securities Act 2063 BS has made it mandatory for a broker to insure office, majority of the brokers have been out of insurance cover exposing their investors’ stocks and records to fire and natural calamities. Yesterday morning, the

Stock market betters performance on investors’ gain

Riding high on confidence, the investors gained this week too, despite fear of central bank clipping banks and financial institutions’ margin type lending to stabilise the market. The stock market this week witnessed over half a million worth stocks trading