Microfinance sector is booming this week too; NBL and ADBL traded the most; Weekly Wrap up of the NEPSE index

Fri, Aug 2, 2019 3:18 PM on Latest, Stock Market, Weekly Analysis,

NEPSE Index movement:

The Index opened at 1266.63 points and closed at 1263.84 points with the loss of 2.79 points (0.22%). This week index made a high oadbf 1270.88 and low of 1250.18 with the volatility of 20.7 points (1.65%).

The candlestick chart of the weekly-time period is shown below:

The NEPSE index has form hammer candlestick pattern. No special pattern was observed this week. There is a slight increment in the turnover compared to last week.

NEPSE Chart Analysis:

This week, the index has formed three bullish candles and two bearish candles respectively.

NEPSE index lost 13.83 points on the first trading day and gained steadily this week along with the gain in a turnover on a daily basis.

Formation of hammer candlestick in weekly chart along with index trading above support level of 1240 and above its 20 Days EMA in weekly, indicates market to be trading above 1240 in upcoming week.

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Weekly Market Summary of NEPSE

More than 74.81 lakhs unit shares of worth Rs 2.08 arba has been traded through 32.26 thousand transactions this week compared to 71.92 lakhs unit of shares of worth Rs 1.97 arba, last week. The current market capitalization of NEPSE stands at Rs. 1,574,284.82 Million.

 

This week

Last week

Percentage Change

Total Turnover (Rs.)

2,086,215,671.00

1,977,794,934.00

5.48%

Total Traded Shares

7,481,445.00

7,192,764.00

4.01%

Total No. of Transactions

32,269.00

27,816.00

16.01%

Market Cap at (In million Rs)

1,574,284.82

1,581,188.31

-0.44%

Floated Market Cap at (In million Rs)

561,899.39

564,833.20

-0.52%

No of trading days

5

5

 

The turnover has increased by 5.48% this week compared to last week. And also the total traded shares increased by 4.01%.

Sector-wise breakdown of the turnover of this week:

The commercial bank sectors made 40% of the total turnover this week. The turnover in the commercial bank sector decreased by 12% compared to last week.

Microfinance sector makes around 24% of the total turnover this week which was just 11% last week. 

Sector

Turnover (Rs in Millions)

Weightage

Commercial Banks

822.82

39.44%

Microfinance

508.33

24.37%

Promotor Shares

166.58

7.98%

Non Life Insurance

147.85

7.09%

Hydro Power

104.89

5.03%

Development Banks

101.4

4.86%

Life Insurance

86.62

4.15%

Manufacturing And Processing

75.06

3.60%

Others

25.33

1.21%

Finance

19.49

0.93%

Mutual Fund

16

0.77%

Hotels

11.28

0.54%

Tradings

0.57

0.03%

 NEPSE index and Sub-indices performance: (Increment here is based on the previous week closed value)

The NEPSE index declined by 0.48%. Majority of the indices end the week with the loss. Top looser sector of this week is banking sector with the decrement of 1.06%.

The top gainer of the week is the Microfinance sector with massive 5.26% rise.

Index

This Week

Last Week

% Change Index

NEPSE

1,263.84

1,269.92

-0.48%

Sensitive

272.53

273.47

-0.34%

Float

92.97

93.5

-0.57%

Sensitive Float

86.54

86.94

-0.46%

Banking Sub

1,136.29

1,148.42

-1.06%

Development Bank

1,616.90

1,623.20

-0.39%

Finance

630.96

624.73

1.00%

Hotels

2,066.66

2,076.83

-0.49%

HydroPower

1,182.77

1,190.60

-0.66%

Life Insu

5,894.31

5,956.83

-1.05%

Manufacturing And Processing

2,652.89

2,672.31

-0.73%

Microfinance

1,569.65

1,491.15

5.26%

Mutual Fund

10.08

9.89

1.92%

Non Life Insu

5,073.53

5,091.52

-0.35%

Others

718.39

723.01

-0.64%

Trading

254.61

257.22

-1.01%

Stock with the highest monthly Beta value from the Banking &Finance Sector

The table below shows the list:

SN

Stock Symbol

LTP

Monthly Beta

Sector

1

SDESI

652

4.59

Microfinance

2

LLBS

815

3.39

Microfinance

3

NMFBS

1,570

3.16

Microfinance

4

JSLBB

1,029

3.11

Microfinance

5

SLBBL

520

3

Microfinance

6

MLBBL

528

2.87

Microfinance

7

GMFBS

633

2.81

Microfinance

8

NLBBL

554

2.69

Microfinance

9

NADEP

504

2.64

Microfinance

10

SLBSL

737

2.56

Microfinance

Swadeshi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (SDESI) has the highest monthly Beta value of 4.59 followed by the Laxmi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (LLBS) with 3.39 beta value.

All the companies of the top ten beta value belong to the microfinance sector.

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Top Ten Gainers of the week:  

Nepal Agro Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (NAGRO) is the top gainer of the week. NAGRO closed at Rs 789 with Rs 254 (47.48%) increment.

S.N.

Symbol

Open Price (Rs.)

Closing Price (Rs.)

Change (Rs.)

Change (%)

1

NAGRO

535

789

254

47.48

2

SPARS

458

660

202

44.1

3

SMFBS

516

721

205

39.73

4

GLBSL

403

541

138

34.24

5

ILBS

399

533

134

33.58

6

ALBSL

402

515

113

28.11

7

SLBSL

581

737

156

26.85

8

SMB

414

523

109

26.33

9

NSEWA

407

510

103

25.31

10

MLBBL

423

528

105

24.82

Top Ten Losers of the week:

S.N.

Symbol

Open Price (Rs.)

Closing Price (Rs.)

Change (Rs.)

Change (%)

1

NILPO

910

316.92

-593.08

-65.17

2

UIC*

850

344

-506

-59.53

3

SICLPO

600

440

-160

-26.67

4

UNHPL

85

72

-13

-15.29

5

MPFL

127

117

-10

-7.87

6

GHL

90

83

-7

-7.78

7

JOSHI

79

74

-5

-6.33

8

SPDL

91

87

-4

-4.4

9

SIL

481

460

-21

-4.37

10

BBC

1,519.00

1,460.00

-59

-3.88

 *UIC price adjusted for 240% right share

Top Stocks by Turnover:

Nepal Bank Limited (NBL) was the top traded company of the week. More than Rs 11.20 crore worth of NBL shares were traded this week.

S.N.

Symbol

Open Price (Rs.)

Closing Price (Rs.) 

Change (Rs.)

Change (%)

Turnover (Rs.)

1

NBL

344.00

339.00

-5

-1.45

112,039,357

2

ADBL

430

430

0

0

104,076,810

3

PRVU

280

274

-6

-2.14

89,086,061

4

NILPO

910

316.92

-593.08

-65.17

74,557,016

5

SHIVM

614

598

-16

-2.61

68,895,777

6

UIC

850

344

-506

-59.53

56,455,966

7

NABIL

805

801

-4

-0.5

47,897,030

8

NICA

467

467

0

0

47,462,535

9

MEGA

212

208

-4

-1.89

47,331,155

10

CBBL

990

997

7

0.71

45,645,335

Agricultural Development Bank Limited (ADBL) was the second top traded company of the week with Rs 10.40 crore transaction amount.

Top Buyers Brokers of the Week:

ABC Securities Pvt. Limited  (Broker No- 17) was the top Buyer broker of this week and it has bought stocks of worth Rs 12.51 crores.

S.N.

Broker No.

Broker Name

Buy Amount (Rs.)

1

17

ABC Securities Pvt. Limited

125,148,836.00

2

49

Online Securities Pvt.Ltd

119,782,077.00

3

34

Vision Securities Pvt.Limited

115,198,203.30

4

44

Dynamic Money Managers Securities Pvt.Ltd

98,486,869.00

5

4

Opal Securities Investment Pvt. Limited

92,416,766.00

6

39

Sumeru Securities Pvt.Limited

71,640,111.00

7

45

Imperial Securities Co .Pvt.Limited

69,006,060.80

8

42

Sani Securities Company Limited

64,731,907.00

9

33

Dakshinkali Investment Securities Pvt.Limited

62,261,459.80

10

38

Dipshika Dhitopatra Karobar Co. Pvt.Limited

59,825,315.36

Top Seller Broker of the Week:

Vision Securities Pvt. Limited. (Broker No- 34) was the top seller broker for this week. The brokerage firm has sold stocks of worth Rs 13.79 crores.

S.N.

Broker No.

Broker Name

Sell Amount (Rs.)

1

34

Vision Securities Pvt.Limited

137,954,185.10

2

49

Online Securities Pvt.Ltd

130,998,107.30

3

17

ABC Securities Pvt. Limited

104,685,663.80

4

44

Dynamic Money Managers Securities Pvt.Ltd

83,127,647.20

5

50

Crystal Kanchenjunga Securities Pvt.Ltd

74,998,015.00

6

33

Dakshinkali Investment Securities Pvt.Limited

72,963,464.00

7

4

Opal Securities Investment Pvt. Limited

69,073,602.50

8

45

Imperial Securities Co .Pvt.Limited

68,377,004.00

9

58

Naasa Securities Co. Ltd.

59,801,570.30

10

32

Premier Securites Company Limited

57,556,846.40

Top 10 companies in terms of highest Market Capitalization:

S. No.

Symbol

Market Capitalization (Rs)

1

NTC

104,100,000,000

2

NABIL

72,157,344,075

3

NIB

65,467,516,400

4

EBL

53,829,816,000

5

SCB

53,436,242,102

6

NLIC

48,366,215,040

7

HBL

46,435,391,930

8

NICA

41,255,849,430

9

SBI

39,204,522,320

10

ADBL

38,766,774,700