Ending the trading session today April 25, the 1774th trading session of the Vietnamese stock market, the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (STC) closed a week be seeing another decline as the VN Index lost 2.54 points or 0.48% to 515.88 pts with the total matching order trade of nearly seven million shares and fund certificates worth over 290 billion dong, marking the sixth consecutive decreasing session on the stock market.
Among 154 shares and fund certificates being listed on the southern bourse, the stock market recorded 52 shares increasing, 15 others remained unchanged and 86 shares decreasing.
Out of top ten shares with the largest market capitalisation, three shares increased namely VNM up 2,000 dong to 130,000 dong, VIC leaped 1,500 dong to 90,500 dong and ITA bounced 1,000 dong to 70,000 dong per share. DPM stood still at the comparative price.
STB and PPC lost 700 dong to 34,700 dong and 37,100 dong per share, SSI, HPG and PVD dropped 1,000 dong to 51,000 dong, 61,000 dong and 113,000 dong per share, VPL slipped 2,000 to 113,000, FPT slashed 1,500 dong to 84,000 dong per share.
There were 40 shares reaching the ceiling price like DHG, IMP, KDC, TDH and ANV.
STB took the first place in trading volume with over 2.1 million shares, followed by DPM with 613,620 shares, SSI with 350,400, VTO with 284,400 shares and others including VHG, PPC and HPG.
Foreign investors bought in 71 share codes with the total volume of 1,586,250 shares. VTO reached the biggest trading volume with 318,800 shares, DPM with 255,580, SSI with 207,440 and VHG with 110,000 shares.
Conversely, the Hanoi Securities Transaction Centre (HaSTC) today April 25 rallied on the stock market as the HaSTC Index resumed 0.88 points or 0.52% to end at 168.95 pts with the total market trade of 3,523,620 shares worth nearly 152 billion dong.
Amongst 135 listed shares on the northern bourse, the stock market saw 39 shares increasing while 83 others decreasing, five shares stood still and eight shares with no trades.
Five shares stood still including DCS, SDY, VE9, VTL and VTV.
Eight shares with no trade were B82, C92, CAP, CID, HPS, HSC, HUT and NPS.
MIC was the biggest gainer when adding 2,600 dong and followed by NTP up 1,100 dong, others increased below 1,000 dong per share.
BVS showed the strongest decline when losing 2,300 dong and VSP lost 2,000 dong. Others fell below 2,000 dong per share.
KLS reached the biggest trading volume with 284,400 shares and followed by ACB with 210,900 shares, PVS with 194,400 shares and NVC with 127,700 shares.