The trading session on November 17 ended with contrary movements on both bourses Hochiminh Stock Exchange (STC) and Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX). The VN Index continued falling whereas the HNX Index regained points.
Due to concerns about the macroeconomic situation, investors remained cautious.
After the first stage, the VN Index slipped 2.57 points or 0.6 percent to 42.32 pts with the total trading volume of over 800,000 shares for 15 billion dong.
After the matching order period, the southern bourse was still covered by the red colour.
Finally, the VN Index dropped 1.39 points or 0.33 percent to 425.5 pts with the total matching order trade of over 37 million shares valued at 989 billion dong.
Of which, the total negotiation trading volume was 12 million shares for 450 billion dong.
Some big losers were PVF and PVD along with other key stocks such as HPG, HAG. FPT, VPL, REE, KBC, STB, and VCB.
According to the statistics, 133 shares increased, 88 others decreased and 53 shares stood still at the comparative price.
Some gained the ceiling price such as DDM, TYA, TMP, and K
Conversely, on the northern bourse, the HNX Index regained 0.29 points or 0.3 percent to 97.73 pts with the total market trade of over 30 million shares worth 500 billion dong.