Category/business-economy (Total Articles : 9 )


Trade loss exceeded 7 billion: Imports decreased by 20 percent and exports decreased by 32 percent

Trade loss exceeded 7 billion: Imports decreased by 20 percent and exports decreased by 32 percent

Kathmandu. In the 6 months of the current fiscal year 2079/80, the trade deficit is more than 7 billion. This is shown by the statistics published by the Customs Department up to the end of January of the current year.During...

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Rs. 43 billion deposits added in  banking system of Nepal

Rs. 43 billion deposits added in banking system of Nepal

Kathmandu.Deposits of 43 billion rupees have been added to the banking system within a week. According to Nepal Rastra Bank, as of January 3, the total deposits of banks and financial institutions are 53 trillion 54 billion rupees. The total deposit was 53 trillion 11...

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25 microfinances declare dividend and 7 microfinances AGM completed

25 microfinances declare dividend and 7 microfinances AGM completed

Kathmandu. Banks and financial institutions are announcing dividends in a hurry. Financial companies have announced the distribution of dividends to their shareholders from the profits of the last financial year 2078/79.So far, most of the banks have declared dividends and distributed...

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NEPSE Up 2200 points soon : Only Selling Pressure market not increase even the bank's interest rate confirm to decrease

NEPSE Up 2200 points soon : Only Selling Pressure market not increase even the bank's interest rate confirm to decrease

Kathmandu . Since the arrival of the new government, the stock market's enthusiasm has increased, and since then, the turnover has been continuously decreasing. Although the interest rate is certain to decrease from January, the stock market continued to decline on Thursday.

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Foreign exchange reserves increased by 6 percent to 12 trillion 92 billion, sufficient for 9 months of imports

Foreign exchange reserves increased by 6 percent to 12 trillion 92 billion, sufficient for 9 months of imports

Kathmandu. Foreign exchange reserves have reached about 13 trillion. In the five months of the current fiscal year 2079/80, the foreign reserves have reached 12 trillion 92 billion 56 million rupees.Foreign reserves increased by 6.3 percent compared to the end...

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Nepalese economic indicators are becoming positive : Remittance increased by 23 percent

Nepalese economic indicators are becoming positive : Remittance increased by 23 percent

Kathmandu. There are signs of improvement in the Nepalese economy. Recently, the economic indicators are becoming positive. Some indicators of the country's economy have become positive due to restrictions and restrictions on imports.The statistics of the current economic situation of...

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Nepal's economic growth rate is 5.1 percent 2022/2023 - The World Bank

Nepal's economic growth rate is 5.1 percent 2022/2023 - The World Bank

Kathmandu. It has been announced that the economic growth rate of Nepal will be 5.1 percent in the fiscal year 2022/023 and 4.9 percent in 2023/024.The World Bank released its Global Economic Prospects report on Tuesday. According to the World...

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The first iPhone was sold on 45 lakhs

The first iPhone was sold on 45 lakhs

Kathmandu. The iPhone One has been auctioned in America. An unopened, unused iPhone One was auctioned for 35,414 US dollars, which is about 45 lakh rupees. Similarly, the first iPod, which was launched in 2001, has been sold for 25,000 dollars, i.e. about 32 lakhs....

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Sign of Economic Crisis  in Australia

Sign of Economic Crisis in Australia

Kathmandu. There are signs of an economic recession in Australia. The real estate business has decreased, while the loan to income ratio has increased by 187.2 percent, increasing the risk.For the first time since the economic recession of 1991, Australia...

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