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12th August, Sunday. Vol-2.

Issue-181 MORNING QUOTE: We are all self made but only the successful admit it. - Via Corey Leja
Top Headlines: Govt, World Bank mulls funding projects through Hydroelectric Investment and Development Company (HIDC). (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Public transport to resume today. Govt, transporters reach 14-point deal. Taskforce to define traffic cops authority. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) No NC-led govt sans deal on ethnic federalism: Dahal. Poly to prolong govts tenure, says Congress. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) West Seti project: Chinese firm agrees to revise MoU. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Asian Development Bank (ADB), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), European Investment Bank (EIB) pledges $391 million for 140 MW Tanahun hydel project. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Farmers minting money from red hot chilli. Last year alone, local farmers earned more than Rs 10 million selling chillies. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Nepal gets inadequate August rainfall. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Chinese delegation in capital. China hails Nepals one-China policy. (Source: Republica) Manipal hospital reopens as docs settle for 15% pay hike. (Source: Republica) Germany to import Nepali organic tea. (Source: Republica) Raids on jewellery shops draw flak. Some senior cops unhappy with metro polices action. (Source: The Himalayan Times) Insurance agents protest IB cap. (Source: The Himalayan Times) National labour welfare fund lies idle for over one decade. (Source: The Himalayan Times) Chilime helps hydropower sector enjoy bullish run. (Source: The Himalayan Times) Government finally agrees not to buy 3,00,000 units share of Butwal Power Company Limited from United Mission to Nepal (UAMN). (Source: Nagarik Daily) Real estate loan is not in danger excerpts Jyoti Prakash Pandey, CEO, Nepal Investment Bank Limited. (Source: Nagarik Daily) Financial Institutions and Stock brokers are on verge of signing MoU to implement share purchase loan at the earliest. (Source: Arthik Abhiyan)

As of 24th Shrawan, 2069 Index NEPSE Sensitive Float Sen. Float NEPSE Sub-Indices Banking Hotels Dev. Bank Hydropower Finance Insurance Others Current Points Change %Change

402.46 103.93 31.05 28.05

-1.67 -0.61 -0.237 -0.307

Current Points Change

-0.41 % -0.58 % -0.76 % -1.08 %


367.6 495.85

-4.48 0.37

-1.2 % 0.08 % -0.17 % 3.66 % -0.56 % -0.63 % 0.38 %

249.91 -0.42 768.34 27.12 256.84 -1.46 519.4 622.7 -3.27 2.35

Market Summary
Total Turnover Rs: Total Traded Shares Total Transactions Total Scrips Traded

83,556,473 292,615 1474 87

Total Market Capitalization Rs: 380,296.96 Millions

Floated Market Capitalization Rs:

72,401.18 Millions

International Business: StanChart helped build damning case against itself. Bank regulators in settlement talks. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Kingfisher reports IRs 6.51 billion loss. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Tata aims to sell 200k Nanos this fiscal. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) US banks told to make plans for preventing collapse. (Source: The Kathmandu Post) Asian oil buyers help Iran stave off the worst, for now. (Source: The Kathmandu Post)

Current IPOs:
Khandhari Development Bank Limited

Source: As of 26th Shrawan, 2069

Open Date
24th Shrawa n, 2069

Close Date
29th Shrawa n 2069

Close Date (Max)

6th Bhadra, 2069

Issue Manager
Growmore Merchant Banker Ltd

General News: Century Commercial Bank Limited has launched the Century Swarnalaxmi Karja Yojana to buy gold at an interest rate of 15% for up to Rs 0.5 million for a period of one year. (Source: The Himalayan Times)

Unaudited financial highlights as of 4th quarter of last fiscal year 2068/69:

Company Paid Up (Rs. In millions) Reserve (Rs. In millions) Net Profit/Loss (Rs. In millions) Operating Profit/Loss (Rs. In millions) NPL to total Loan (%) EPS (Rs.) PE Ratio (times) Net Worth Per Share Per Share total Asset Value (Rs.) Liquidity Ratio (%) Source Metro Development Bank Ltd. 100 23.19 11.65 18.31 _ _ _ _ _ _ Karobar Daily Malika Bikas Bank Ltd. 204.82 95.09 49.78 61.85 4.46 24.31 4.85 146.25 1108.93 48.89 Nagarik

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