VN Index bounces back after nosedive in previous trading session

Created 14 April 2018
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VN Index recovered and exceeded 1,170 points on April 12 after a nosedive of over 31 points on the previous day.


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An investor follows transactions at Sai Gon Securities Inc in Hanoi 


On the HCM Stock Exchange (HOSE), the benchmark VN Index continuously declined in the first half of the trading session, even down to 1,154 points. After that, it re-gained the upward trend to grow by 5.91 points and close at 1,173.02 points.

Among the large-cap stocks, CTG and SAB saw their share prices unchanged. VCB and BVH respectively fell 300 VND and 200 VND per share.

While both GAS and MSN enjoyed a 4,000 VND rise per share, VIC and VNM recorded price hikes of 300 VND and 1,000 VND per share.

Nearly 180 million units approximating 5.96 trillion VND (261.34 million USD) were traded on HOSE during the trading session.

In the VN30 basket, measuring 30 stocks with the highest market capitalisation and liquidity on HOSE, 10 codes experienced price declines, two codes unchanged and 18 others with price hikes.

VN30 Index increased by 6.3 points to end at 1,143.5 points with almost 64 million units worth about 3.33 trillion VND (146 million USD) traded.

Meanwhile, HNX Index on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) closed at 135.63 points after inching up 1.89 points on April 12. About 54 million shares equivalent to 913 billion VND (40 million USD) were traded.

HNX30 Index, which tracks the HNX’s 30 leading shares in terms of market capitalisation and liquidity, edged up 4.18 points to 254.82 points. Some 38 million units were traded at nearly 773 billion VND (33.89 million USD).

However, UpCoM Index on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UpCoM) dropped by 0.19 point to 59.67 points. Over 24 million units worth around 464 billion VND (20.34 million USD) were traded.-VNA


Source: VOV

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