The Vietnam’s stock market today October 20 opened a new week with another fall when the VN Index lost another 11.71 points or 3.06% to close at 370.8 pts, marking the third consecutive decrease on the stock market.
The trading volume today continued falling strongly with over 10.58 million shares being traded worth 308.38 billion dong, lower than 11.24 million shares valued at 351.57 billion dong of previous session.
Among 160 listed shares and four fund certificates, the stock market saw 25 shares increasing with 14 reaching the ceiling price, 122 decreasing with 61 falling to the floor price, 15 others stood still and two with no trade namely DTT and SGH.
Almost top ten market largest capitalisation shares decreased except VNM stood still. Particularly, FPT lost 3,500 dong to 74,500, PPC -1,300 to 24,700, PVD -4,000 to 78,500, SSI -1,800 to 34,800 and others such as STB of Sacombank, DPM of Phu My fertilizer, HPG of Hoa Phat Group, VIC of Vincom and VPL of Vinpearl.
Meanwhile, gainers were small codes like NHC, SDN, CYC, BBT and LGC.
There was no share reaching the trading volume of over one million shares. STB stood at the pole place with 850,000 shares, followed by ITA with 680,000, MHC and DPM 410,000 each and SAM with 400,000 shares being changed hands.
Similarly, the Hanoi Securities Trading Centre (HaSTC) today October 20 kept falling on the stock market as the HaSTC Index dipped 2.22 points or 1.77% to end at 123.1 pts with the total market trades of 6.025 million shares valued at nearly 165 billion dong.
Amongst 153 share codes being listed on the northern bourse, the stock market witnessed 35 gainers, six shares with no trade namely CTB, HSC, SDC, SNG, TPH and VE9, three remained unchanged including HTP, SDT and SRB and 109 decreasing.
Some big gainers were DTC, VTS, DAC, HLY, MMC, BHV and YSC.
Meanwhile, VSP was the biggest loser losing 7,400 dong, MIC slipped 5,000 dong, CCM dropped 4,700 and SPP tumbled 2,800 dong per share.
KLS reached the biggest trading volume with 912,500 shares, followed by BLF with 567,100, ACB with 381,500 and HNM with 274,600 shares changing hands.