The trading session November 3 witnessed another decline as both VN Index and HNX Index continued falling.
Particularly, the VN Index slipped 22.06 points or 3.93% to 539.65 pts with the total matching order trade of nearly 61 million shares valued over three trillion dong, up 3% in volume but down 19% in value from previous session.
Out of 180 listed shares and four fund certificates on the southern bourse, the market saw 173 shares decreased (137 falling to the floor price), 11 others increased with four reaching the ceiling price.
A series of losers included CTG, DPM. HAG, ITA, PPC, PVD, PVF, REE, SSI…
Four shares reached the ceiling price including COM, DIC, KMR and L10 along with KDC, SZI, SGT, IMP and VID.
SSI still led the market in trading volume with 5.37 million shares and followed by STB 4.5 million, REE 3.48 million, EIB 3.29 million and HPG, CII, SAM and VCB.
The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) today continued its decreasing impetus when the HNX Index fell another 4.97 points or 2.64% to 183.05 pts with the total market trade of nearly 33.7 million shares worth over 1.32 trillion dong.
Some gainers were SVI, PVX, TKU, TST, S91 and HPC. Meanwhile key stocks saw strong falls.
Some share codes reached big trading volume such as KLS nearly 3.2 million, ACB nearly three million shares, VCG nearly 1.9 million, PVX with over 1.8 million, SHB over 1.7 million, KBC with nearly 1.6 million, SHS over 1.3 million, HPC over 1.2 million, VSP over one million shares being traded.