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Two bourses sharply lose points, trading remains quiet

At closing time, the VN index lost 4.06 points or 0.84 percent to end at 481.91 points. On the northern bourse, the HNX Index witnessed sharp decline when losing 2.24 points or 1.98 percent to 111.16 points.

CPI figures affect stocks

The General Statistic Office announced today that the annual CPI rate had increased 9.19 per cent month-on-month while the year-on-year increase was 11.75 per cent. In HCM City, the VN-Index continued falling 0.56 per cent to close at 472.76 points, with 127 stocks declining, 89 advancing and 64 closing unchanged. In Ha Noi, the HNX-Index rose 0.06 per cent to 111.29 points, with 129 stocks advancing, 132 declining and 64 unchanged.

Markets react with indifference to news of double-digit inflation

On the HCM City Stock Exchange yesterday, the VN-Index declined, but by a modest 0.56 per cent to 472.76 points. The value of trades reached VND1.4 trillion (US$66.7 million) on a volume of 55.8 million shares. On the Ha Noi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index closed essentially unchanged at 111.19 points. Volume remained modest with 30.9 million shares changing hands, worth a total of VND592.9 billion ($28.2 million).

Profit-taking affects stocks

On the HCM City market, the VN-Index closed down 1.27 per cent to 475.41 points. Volume was low with 57.2 million shares totalling a value of VND1.4 trillion ($66.7 million) changing hands. In Ha Noi, the HNX-Index dropped 2.68 per cent to close the day's trading at 110.68 points. Volume remained moderate with 37.2 million shares worth VND777.7 billion ($37 million) traded. The number of decliners increased to 256 stocks from 196 on Wednesday.

 

Shares rebound after 2-day decline

In HCM City, the VN-Index climbed 1.06 per cent to finish at 485.29. Market volume fell slightly, however, to just over 74.1 million shares worth VND1.8 trillion (US$85.7 million). Advances outnumbered declines 215-32. In Ha Noi, the HNX-Index jumped 3.7 per cent to finish at 119.7.Market volume reached 57.4 million shares worth VND1.11 trillion ($55 million). Gains outnumbered losses 259-55.

Shares recede after two-day rally

On the HCM City Stock Exchange yesterday, the VN-Index closed off 2.69 per cent to 480.21 points. Trading volume declined 15.5 per cent from the previous session to around 80.8 million shares, worth a total of VND1.9 trillion (US$95 million). On the Ha Noi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index retreated by 4.29 per cent to end the session at 115.43 points. The volume of trades decined by 27 per cent to about 57.7 million shares, for a total value of VND1.1 trillion ($55 million).

 

Habeco’s thirst to re-enter the market

Last week, the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) announced Habeco’s auction of 6.954 million shares at an initial price of VND32,000 per share. The total share volume offering for the auction accounted for 3 per cent of its chartered capital of VND2,318 billion ($122 million).

Stocks rebound with bank and securities shares

In HCM City, three of four banks to post gains hit their ceiling prices as did four of five in Ha Noi, and , the VN-Index rose 0.78 per cent to finish at 493.47. In Ha Noi, the HNX-Index closed at 120.6, or 0.83 per cent higher than yesterday.

Securities shares lead today's rally

In HCM City, the VN-Index climbed 3.63 per cent to end at 490.22 points. Trading volume declined 13 per cent over last Friday to almost 82 million shares but value of today's trades decreased 43.6 per cent to VND1.9 trillion (US$90.5 million). In Ha Noi, the HNX-Index soared 4.61 per cent to close at 121.76. But market volume declined 12 per cent to 53.1 million shares and were worth VND1.07 trillion ($51 million).

Shares advance on soaring volume

In HCM City, the VN-Index rose 0.26 per cent to close at 465.56. Almost 96.8 million shares worth VND2.39 trillion ($113.8 million) changed hands. In Ha Noi, the HNX-Index advanced 0.35 per cent to close at 117.07. More than 87.7 million shares worth VND1.76 trillion ($83.8 million) were exchanged.


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