Sebon introduces provision allowing stocks to be traded in decimal values

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Securities Board (NSB) has revised the price change limit of 5 percent maintained in the initial trading session of the stock market.

According to the board, the price change limit has been reduced from 5 percent to 2 percent in the pre-opening.
Similarly, the board has also amended the minimum price change limit. The current minimum price change limit has been reduced from Rs 1 to Rs 10.

This means that if a company’s share price is Rs 100 today, if you wanted to buy or sell, there should be a difference of at least one rupee. That is, if the share price of Rs 100 was at least Rs 99 or Rs 101, now you can buy or sell shares of Rs 100 for the same amount or Rs 99 for 90 paise or Rs 100 for 10 paise.

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Thursday June 24, 2021, 02:56:59 PM |


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