May 14, 2020 | Investopaper
A meeting of the Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON) held on Thursday has decided to close the share trading. Stock trading, which had been closed since Chaitra 11 due to lockdown, was reopened on Tuesday and Wednesday after 51 days.
Despite the decision to open the stock trading for two hours during the lockdown, the trading was stopped for two days due to a circuit breaker. Before the lockdown, the trading opened for 5 hours from 11 AM to 4 AM.
On Wednesday, Market dropped by 2 percent or 24.58 points to close on 1,201.57.
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