Along with rejoicing signals in the domestic market and the strong recovery of the world’s stock market during last sessions, small and big stocks on the southern floor together reached a strong rally whereby the VN Index closed to 950 points.
Ending the session on September 19, the Vn Index raised by 11.05 points or 1.18% to close at 946.22 pts with the total matching order trade of 7,468,850 shares worth 641.251 billion dong.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange on September 19 welcomed a new share code, namely VIC coded shares of Vincom Joint Stock Co.
Almost securities together upraised even including blue-chip shares, especially in the trading volume with nearly 7.5 million shares traded thanks to a part of Vincom’s shares.
The most happiness belonged to the new realty giant Vincom when standing at 125,000 dong per share in its first session, a higher than the expected price of 119,000 dong per share with a large amount of trading volume with over 300,000 units.
Among 115 share codes traded on the stock market, the VN Index witnessed 71 with increasing while 17 fell and 27 stood still. Out of two fund certificates, BF1 up 100 dong to 11,000 dong per fund certificate and VF1 raised 600 dong to 30,700 dong each.
The prime STB of Sacombank remained the increase of 2,500 dong to 61,500 dong, another primary stock REE up 4,000, HRC +3,000, SAM, SJS and VSH +2,000, IFS +1,100, FPT, PVD and TDH up 1,000 dong.
Other key stocks stood still including BMP, DHG, GMD, ITA, KDC, NKD, PPC and VNM.
Amongst principal stocks, only IMP lost 3,000 dong to 157,000 dong per share because the session was the ex-interest date of two million IMP-coded additional shares, followed by SHC –2,600 and ALT –2,000 dong.
Small and medium stocks also reached a strong increase contributing apart in the speed up of VN Index in this session like TCT up 14,000 to 392,000 with the total matching order trade of nearly 50,000 shares, SFI +9,000, SGH +5,000, TTP +5,000, UNI +4,500 to 97,500 dong per share, DMC +4,000 and HAP raised 3,000 dong.
In the trading volume, STB still accounted for the largest volume with 747,910 shares and followed by VFVMF1 with 728,660 shares, the newcomer VIC with 307,840 and PRUBF1 with 275,440 shares.
In the session September 19, the HaSTC also welcomed a newcomer namely SCJ of Sai Son Cement Joint Stock Co bringing the total listed shares via the northern floor to 90. SCJ stood at 82,400 dong per share with the total matching order trade of 149,200 shares.
The northern floor in this session also witnessed many rejoicing news with 71 shares increased while 12 fell and seven remained unchanged. Ending the session, the HaSTC-Index raised 7.96 points or 2.96% to close at 276.63 with a total market trade of 2,715,100 shares worth over 222.636 billion dong and marking the tenth consecutive increased session.
The strongest increased trading volume was seen by ACB with 423,600 shares, TBC with 292,900 shares and SSI with 224,300 shares.
ACB performed the strongest increase in price by adding 10,700 dong to 141,800 dong per share whereas S99 showed the strongest fall by losing 24,200 dong to 229,100 dong per share
SD5 took the second position in increasing price when adding 6,600 and followed by SSS and VMC with increasing 5,700 and 5,100 dong.
Other stocks increased including BMI +1,000, NTP +1,500, PVI +700, SSI +2,700 and VNR up 1,000 dong.
In the group of decline, taking the second place was EBS down 2,600 and followed by SVC and DHI lost 1,700 and 600 dong.
Foreign investors in the session also increased buying and selling volume. In particular, they bought 18 shares with the total volume of 98,900 shares worth 7.49 billion dong and sold nine share codes with the total volume of 167,000 shares worth 10.9987 billion dong.