The UPCoM-Index, the measure of 130 unlisted public companies bucked trend of the official bourses to close up on Wednesday. Liquidity improved.
The index added 0.01 point, or 0.03 percent to close at 35.1. The gauge started with given mark of 100 on June 24, 2009 but it has never been back to that level.
The market volume increased to 640,890 shares changed hands for VND4.02 billion, compared with 279,856 shares changed hands for VND1.32 billion on Tuesday trading.
The market breadth was positive with 18 gainers, 13 losers, 6 unmoved and the rest untraded.
BMJ was the biggest gainer, climbing VND1,300 to hit the ceiling at VND14,300 on a trade of 100 shares.
SCO was the biggest loser, giving up VND900 to hit the floor at VND8,800 with 100 units changed hands.
TGP was the most active stock with 300,430 shares traded, adding VND200 to hit the ceiling at VND2,300/unit.
Foreigners bought 5000 VTA shares today.