After over one-month of consecutive declines, the index of Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchanged (STC) today June4officially dropped to below 400-point threshold to end at 395.66 pts after falling 5.54 pts or 1.38% with the total matching order trades of over 1.3 million shares worth 45.7 billion dong.
According to STC, among 151 shares and three fund certificates being listed on the southern bourse, there were six shares increasing, one stood at the comparative price, two with no trades and 145 decreasing.
Five gainers included SGH up 1,500 dong to 78,000 dong per share and SGT leaped 700 dong to 40,300, VIC added 1,000 to 72,000, DMC bounced 2,000 to 104,000 and CII bounded 300 dong per sahre.
The sole share stood at the reference price namely VPL.
STC today recorded another share code falling to below the face value namely DXV as falling 200 dong to 9,900 dong per share, bringing the total share codes falling to below the face value to six.
VIC was still the first in trading volume with 217,760 shares, followed by SGT 135,530, CII 80,940, VIP 68,900, TPC 54,300, AGF 53,220, PET 45,490 and others like ITA, GTA, HAS, PVT and HDC.
Foreign investors bought 61 share codes and one fund certificate with the total volume of 538,090 shares, of which PPC was traded with the biggest volume of 83,660 shares, SGT with 41,470, PVT with 40,260, ITA 38,000, VSH 28,900 and VIC with 25,230 shares.
Like the southern bourse, the index of Hanoi Securities Trading Centre (HaSTC) today June4continued falling another 2.11 points or 1.82% to end at 113.6 pts with the total market trade of 849,610 shares worth over 20 billion dong.
Amongst 138 listed shares on the northern bourse, the stock market witnessed five shares increasing while 96 others decreasing, two remained unchanged and 35 with no trades.
Five shares increasing were KBC, L62, NVC, VTL and XMC.
Two remained unchanged namely CSG and SRB.
ACB showed the strongest decrease when losing 1,300 dong, followed by VSP slipped 1,200 dong and BVS, RCL and SCJ dropped 1,100 dong per share.
ACB also reached the biggest trading volume with 140,500 shares, followed by HNM, BLF, CSG and PVI.