Accompanying strong increases in world stock markets, most prime scrip at the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange together posted gains with the VN Index climbing over 960 points total trades of 900 billion dong. Like the previous session, a number of share prices spiked on opening trade.
In particular, ending the session, the Vn-Index rose by 17.39 points or 1.83% significantly from the previous session to close at 963.61 with a total matching order trade of 10.8 million shares or 40% increase from the previous session worth 898.223 billion dong marking the 19th consecutive session over the 900 pts.
Among 115 shares traded via the southern floor, the market marked 78 with increasing while 14 fell and 23 stood still. Out of two fund certificates, BF1 added 200 dong to 11,200 dong per fund certificate and VF1 up 500 dong to 31,200 dong each.
Many blue-chip shares in this session reached the ceiling price like VSH, STB, VIC, PET, IMP, REE and GMD. Of which, the new comer VIC added 6,000 dong or 4.8% to 131,000 dong per share. In addition, VIC attracted the attention of many investors with the total transferring volume in the session of 794,790 shares taking the second position after STB of Sacombank.
STB in the session approached the ceiling price to 64,500 dong par with the total trading volume of 1,638,360 shares. Other share codes reached the large trading volume like VFVMF1 with over 700,000, PET with over 520,000 and REE with over 501,000 shares.
IMP performed the strongest increase in price when adding 7,000 dong to 164,000 dong par.
Other key stocks including RIC raised 3,000 dong or 2.7%, ITA +3,000 or 2.2%, TDH +3,000 or 1.7%, KDC +4,000 or 1.63%, SAM +2,000 or 1.4%, VNM +2,000 or 1.2%, DHG +4,000 or 1% and SJS up 2,000 or 0.8%.
The GPT after a long time remaining unchanged, in the session it jumped 2,000 dong or 0.9% to 225,000 dong per share. In the group of fall, there were only two prime securities, namely IFS and HRC.
TCT showed the strongest fall by losing 12,000 dong to 380,000 dong per share and followed by BMC –6,000 to 504,000 dong par.
On the northern floor, although almost shares increased, the HaSTC-Index still reduced 3.03 points or 1.1% to close at 273.6 with a total market trade of 2,803,100 shares, increasing 17% over the last session worth nearly 260.514 billion dong. This was the first fell session in the lately 11 sessions.
Closing the session, the stock market saw 66 increased while 17 fell, three remained unchanged and other three with no trade.
After welcoming a newcomer in the last session, in this session the northern floor one again welcomed another new face, namely PVS of the PetroVietnam Technical Services Co (PTSC), a giant in petroleum industry bringing the total listed shares on this floor to 91. PVS in its first session reached 127,900 dong per share with the total matching order trade of 314,000 shares.
ACB continued gaining the largest trading volume with 335,300 shares, followed by HNM 218,600, SSI 309,100 and TBC with 212,700 shares.
S99 after falling price in the previous session, in this session it suddenly regained 14,100 dong to 243,200 dong per share and followed by SCJ +8,200 or 9.95%, PTS +3,500, VC2 +3,400 and BMI up 2,900 dong.
Meanwhile ILC showed the strongest fall by losing 3,300 dong to 61,800 dong par, followed by EBS –2,000, SSS and DAC slipped 2,000 dong and 1,500 dong.
Foreign investors’ trading showed a strong increase with 356,600 shares or 34% increase against the previous session worth 37.6 billion dong. Of which, that bought 206,900 shares and sold 149,700 shares.