VN30-Index loses ground

17-Oct-2016 Intellasia | Vn Economic Times | 1:30 PM Print This Post

Other indexes up as VN30 closes down on October 14.

The VN30-Index was the only main index to fall on October 14 as others finished in positive territory.

On HSX the VN Index increased 1.77 points (0.26 per cent) and the VN30-Index lost 0.7 points (0.11 per cent). On HNX the HNX-Index closed up 0.11 points (0.13 per cent) and the HNX30-Index 0.53 points (0.35 per cent).

The UPCoM Index increased 0.5 points (0.87 per cent).

HSX saw 117 shares increasing and 128 decreasing while HNX saw 142 increasing and 102 decreasing.

Liquidity on HNX was VND418 billion ($18.73 million), up 2.2 per cent against yesterday, and on HSX was VND2.15 trillion ($96.38 million), 15 per cent higher.

The VN Index opened at 685.23 points and quickly reached 688.21 points then fell to 686.87 points before increasing to its peak of the day of 690.42 points then easing to 689.58 points at the close of the morning session. In the afternoon session it fluctuated for some time before tumbling to 687 points by the close.

VNM increased 1.4 per cent after a few days of losses and saw the highest trade of the day on HSX, of some VND301 billion ($13.49 million). HPG followed, with VND179 billion ($8.02 million) changing hands but lost 2.2 per cent. FLC continued to see impressive trade, of VND126.5 billion ($5.67 million), but shed 3.5 per cent.

VIC closed at its opening price, on trade of VND93 billion ($4.16 million).

In banking, CTG was down 0.6 per cent and VCB closed lower for the third day in a row, by 0.3 per cent today. BID, MBB and STB increased 1.2 per cent, 0.3 per cent and 0.1 per cent, respectively, while EIB closed at its opening price.

Among energy shares, PGD lost 1.6 per cent and GAS 0.3 per cent while CNG closed at its opening price.

HAG and HNG had an impressive day, with both hitting their ceilings in rising 6.8 per cent and 6.9 per cent, respectively.

Among large caps on HNX, PHP, VCG and ACB lost 3.6 per cent, 1.8 per cent and 0.5 per cent, respectively. SHB rose by 4.1 per cent, PVI 2 per cent, VCS 0.8 per cent, and NTP 0.5 per cent, as PVS closed at its opening price.

Foreign investors net bought strongly on HSX, by VND342 billion ($15.33 million), and net sold HNX by VND13 billion ($582,790).

The market opened with increases in most large caps, including VNM, DBC, SSI, KDC and SCR. There was high demand for energy shares after global oil and diesel inventories were reported at lower than expected levels. At the end of the morning session VIC, VNM, VCB, NTP, and PVI were continuing to rise. In the afternoon session, high supply of VCB, BVH, CTG, PVD and VCG shares put pressure on both markets, but both major indexes remained in green territory. Some mid caps hit their ceiling, including ROS, HAG and HNG.

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