Stock market dips through 1,000pt barrier

14-Nov-2007 Intellasia | 13/Nov/2007 Kinh Te Vietnam & The Gioi page 15 | 9:17 PM Print This Post

After a long time remaining above 1,000 points, ending the session on November 13, the VN Index officially broke the threshold 1,000 pts when losing further 32.59 pts or 3.23% to 973.59 pts while the HaSTC also dropped over 24 pts.

Among 123 listed shares on the southern floor, the stoc
k market saw only six shares with increasing while 114 fell and four stood still. But the trading volume and value increased slightly with 13.5 million shares worth over 1.26 trillion dong. Out of two fund certificates, the BF1 down 200 dong to 10,500 dong per fund certificate and VF1 slipped 1,200 dong to 28,500 dong each.

The session on November 13 welcomed the 124th member named HT1 traded via the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange. 989,350 HT1-coded shares out of the total 87 million listed shares changed hands at the ceiling price of 60,500 dong per share.

So many key stocks fell like STB lost 2,500 dong to 61,000 dong per share, FPT -11,000 to 240,000, VNM -8,000 to 170,000 and SSI declined 12,000 to 239,000 dong.

DPM made the largest impact to the falling of the stock market due to losing 500 dong but reaching the largest trading volume with nearly three million shares and followed by STB and SSI with more than 1.6 million shares and nearly 800,000 shares and HT1 with 989,350 shares.

In addition, series prime stocks declined such as VSH dropped 2,600 dong, VIC -8,000, PPC, REE and SJS -3,000, GMD -1,000, PVD -6,000, NKD and KDC down 6,000 and 5,000 dong.

The session on November 13 was the ex-interest date of DHG to offer 10 million bonus shares at the ratio of one new share for one share held. DHG ended the session at 248,000 dong, a decrease of 51.75% or 266,000 dong per share in compared to the comparative price of 514,000 dong per share.

BMC showed the strongest decline by dropping 28,000 dong to 532,000 dong per share and followed by TCT lsot 20,000 dong to 387,000 dong per share, SFI plunged 13,000 dong to 260,000 dong and SSI tumbled 12,000 dong to 239,000 dong per share.

In the group of increasers, VIS and the recruit UIC added 4,000 dong to 90,500 dong and 84,000 dong, BTC +2,200 to 51,500, ALT +500 to 89,500 and VTB up 100 to 43,100 dong per share.

Foreign investors’ trading volume reached 13.377 million units worth 1.246 trillion dong.

Regarding to the northern floor, influenced from the southern floor, the stock market also witnessed 89 out of 92 listed share codes falling, one increased, one stood still and one with no trades. The HaSTC-Index continued losing another 24.14 pts or 7.06% to close at 317.65 with a total market trade of 3,494,500 shares worth nearly 355.037 billion dong.

RCL performed the strongest decline as slipping 31,500 dong to 317,300 dong per share and followed by S99 lost 26,700 dong to 299,000 dong, BVS -22,400 to 566,100, SDA -20,100, SD3 -19,100, VC2 -18,400 and CDC slipped 16,700 dong.

The sole share codes increased namely GHA by adding 1,000 dong to 99,800 dong per share.

Taking the first position in trading volume was ACB with 426,000 shares and followed by HPC with 253,100 shares, MPC with 195,700 shares, PVS with 191,900 shares and PAN with 165,800 shares.


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