After one slight recovery on previous session, the stock market tumbled on both floors in the session on January 9 with the VN Index lost over 15 points and the HaSTC Index dropped 4.25 pts. Particularly, on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (STC), the VN index tumbled 15.33 points or 1.71% to close at 878.41 pts with the total marching order trade of 6,327,560 shares worth 540.055 billion dong.
The stock market finished with 13 shares increasing while 112 shares decreasing and 15 shares stood still. Out of three fund certificates, MAFPF1 lost 100 dong to 9,400 dong per fund certificate, PRUBF1 slipped 200 to 10,200 and VFMVF1 dropped 1,300 dong to 25,600 dong per unit.
Making a strong effect on the stock market was STB-coded shares of Saigon Thuong Tin Bank when losing 1,500 dong to 61,500 dong per share with the largest trading volume of 848,460 shares changed hands and followed by DPM lost 1,000 dong to 70,000 dong per share with 678,580 shares traded. Other shares reached the large trading volume like HPG with 595,940 shares, SSI with 445,570 and FPT with 159,580 shares.
Many blue chip shares decreased included FPT lost 6,000 dong to 202,000 dong per share, SJS and VNM dropped 3,000 to 238,000 and 163,000 dong, SSI plunged 3,000 to 158,000 dong per share.
TCT showed the strongest decline when slipping 15,000 dong to 300,000 dong per share and followed by BMC dropped 11,000 to 298,000, DHG lost 6,000, NTL slipped 5,000 and HRC slashed 4,000 dong per share. The recruit L10 of Lilama 10 tumbled 2,000 to 50,500 dong after reaching the ceiling price in the last session.
Out of 13 gainers, HPG of Hoa Phat group added 5,000 dong to 108,000 dong per share.
The session on January 9 welcomed two newcomers namely LSS of Lam Son Sugar and Sugarcane and VSC of Container Vietnam Joint Stock Co in the first trading session, LSS was traded at 39,000 dong per share with 193,140 shares changed hands and VSC traded at 124,000 dong per share with 96,510 shares transferred.
Like the southern floor, the Hanoi Securities Transaction Centre also witnessed almost shares decreasing and the HaSTC Index dropped 4.25 points or 1.42% to end at 294.68 pts with the total market trade of 1,764,200 shares worth over 146 billion dong.
The northern floor in the session on January saw two new members coded S96 of Song Da Joint Stock Co No 9.06 and CAP of Yen Bai Agri-Forestry Joint Stock Co, bringing the total share codes listed on HaSTC to 117 shares. In the first session, CAP-coded shares were traded at the average price of 39,500 dong per share and S96 at 70,700 dong per share.
The stock market closed with 92 shares decreasing while only six shares stood at the reference price and 18 other shares increasing.
After increasing in previous session, most key stocks on northern floor went down on January 9. The giant ACB lost 2,700, BVS -3,500, NTP -900, PVC -5,900, PVI -2,300, PVS -2,200, TBC -400, VC2 -3,800.
MIC showed the strongest decrease when losing 15,800 dong to 162,600 dong per share and followed by RCL lost 15,600 to 282,300 dong, S99 slipped 13,900 to 312,300, PVE 9,200, SDC 6,600, VDL 6,400 and ILC dropped 6,200 dong per share. Three shares hitting the floor price included PVE lost 9,200, LUT slipped 4,900 and HLY slipped 5,500 dong per share.
In trading volume, only ACB reached the volume of over 100,000 shares with more than 170,000 shares changed hands and followed by PVS, HPC, KMF and PAN with below 100,000 shares traded.
YSC performed the biggest increase when adding 6,000 dong to 79,000 dong per share and followed by HCC up 2,400 to 48,400, TPH lifted 2,200, PLC raised 1,200 and BTH bounded 1,100 dong per share.
Foreign investors’ trading volume and value decreased sharply with 100,100 shares changed hands worth over eight billion dong.