During the transaction session on March 7, many blue chip share codes continued to rise sharply while low price shares touched ceiling prices. However, the VN Index saw another reduction of 1.08 points to close at 1132.23 points with a total market trade of 7.720,670 shares worth over 904 billion dong.
The prices of 73 share codes rose, 24 down and 12 saw no movement.
The top five share codes seeing a rise in prices on Wednesday were BMC (+15,000 dong per share) reaching at 326,000 dong per share, STB (+6,000 dong) to 133,000 dong each, NAV (+5,000 dong) to 210,000 dong per share, FPT (+6,000 dong) to 610,000 dong per share and FMC (+5,000 dong) to 105,000 dong per share.
Meanwhile, the top five shares seeing a fall in prices were HRC (-16,000 dong) to 350,000 dong per share, SFI and BMP (-12,000 dong), SAM (-11,000 dong) to the floor level of 213,000 dong per share and DRC (-10,000 dong) to 210,000 dong per share.
The top five share codes with the highest trade included PRUBF1 with 776,620 traded fund certificates, VFMVF1 with 742,280 units, VNM with 526,470 shares at 189,000 dong each, REE with 504,610 shares being traded at 271,000 dong and BHS with 349,040 shares changing hands at 59,000 dong per share, lower by 2,500 dong against the previous session.
Foreign investors purchased 41 share codes including 432,420 VNM coded shares, 407,400 PPC coded shares, 73,300 VSH coded shares and 61,700 BMP coded shares, while selling 45 share codes such as 743,980 VNM coded shares, 562,660 PPC coded shares and 2,000 BBC coded shares.
This was the third consecutive session on the HASTC that the bourse saw a slight rise in the stock market with the HASTC Index reaching 445.80 points up 5.82 points compared with the previous session.
The Hanoi stock market yesterday had a total trade of over three million shares worth 338 billion dong.
The price of ACB coded shares rose by 6,400 dong to close at 285,500 dong per share whereas that of BMO fell 6,500 dong per share to 200,000 dong, SDA (-13,500 dong), NTP (-6,100 dong), SSI (-3,800 dong) to 212,000 dong each.
Foreigners bought 4,300 GHA coded shares, 2,100 MPC coded shares, 1,500 BMI coded shares and 1,100 S55 coded shares.