December 10 marked the consecutive point-losing session for the two indexes. The selling pressure continued increasing while the demanding order slumped, causing a massive of declining share codes. The market liquidity suddenly dropped.
VN Index kept reducing by 11.91 points or 2.53 percent to 458.72 points with a total matching order trade of 36.54 million shares worth 1.386 trillion dong, plunging by 17.92 percent in volume and 20.33 percent in value against the previous session.
Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (STC) officially welcomed two new codes, raising the total amount of share codes and fund certificates to 193 units.
In details, Agriseco Securities Joint Stock Co officially listed 120 million shares under the code of AGR, the third codes in securities sector on southern bourse after SSI and HCM. Another new company made its debut session was LIX Detergent Joint Stock Co with total share volume of 9 million shares under the code of LIX.
After the debut session, AGR dropped by 6,400 dong to 25,600 dong per share with over 500,000 shares being traded, while LIX down 10,500 dong to 61,500 dong per share with 44,150 shares changing hands.
Among the 193 share codes and fund certificates listed on the market, there were 168 codes decreasing while 9 codes increasing and 16 codes staying unchanged at the comparative price.
Many large cap share codes slumped including STB -200 to 22,700; VCB -300 to 42,700; EIB -100 to 22,800; SSI -1,500 to 72,000; PVF -1,300 to 28,200; HPG -1,500 to 55,500; DPM -800 to 33,500; FPT -500 to 73,000 and PVD -500 to 80,000 dong per share. Noticeably, other key blue chips of VNM, HAG, SAM, REE, PPC, ITA and GMD witnessed the flooring fall with no selling orders left.
In terms of trading volume, STB continued leading the market with over 2.9 million shares being transferred, followed by EIB with 2.1 million, SSI with 1.3 million, SAM with 1.2 million, TCM with 1.1 million and HPG with about 1.1 million shares changing hands.
Sharing the same scenario, HNX Index climbed down by 3.38 points or 2.29 percent to end at 144.53 points with a total market trade of 16.401 million shares for 470.161 billion dong in value.