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September 7: VN-Index up 1.12%

Released at: 17:55, 07/09/2018 Stock Market Watch

September 7: VN-Index up 1.12%

Source: TVSI

Gains on both bourses as liquidity rises.

by My Van

The market become more active towards the end of the day on September 7. Banking, insurance, and securities attracted the highest money flows, with breakout stocks including BVH, ACB, BID, CTG, MBB, VCB, HCM, SSI and VND.

Real estate and construction stocks such as NVL, NLG, PC1, DXG, LDG, HBC, HAR and FCN also performed strongly.

Blue chips such as GAS, DHG, FPT, DPM, HPG, PNJ, MSN, PLX, VJC and VRE also supported the market.

The VN-Index closed up 10.71 points (1.12 per cent) to 968.9 points, the HNX-Index 1.26 points (1.14 per cent) to 111.74 points, and the UPCoM-Index 0.13 points (0.26 per cent) to 51.04 points. Market liquidity improved significantly, with matching order value reaching nearly VND4 trillion ($43 million). Foreign investors net bought by nearly VND160 billion ($6.8 million).

In the derivatives market, the HNX-Index rose strongly from 8.8 to nearly 11 points but was slightly lower than the VN30-Index.

Foreigners were net buyers again on HSX, by 3.38 million shares worth VND152.86 billion ($6.5 million).

HPG was net bought the most, by VND53.57 billion ($2.2 million), followed by VCB, VNM, KDC and HCM.

NVL was the most net sold stock, by VND19.42 billion ($831,945), followed by GAS, VIC, GEX and VND.

On HNX they net sold by 1.46 million shares worth VND20.49 billion ($878,850).

DBC was bought the most by foreigners, with VND2.14 billion ($91,945). No foreigners were net buyers on HNX by more than VND1 billion ($43,000). VGC topped the list of net sold stocks, with VND9.85 billion ($422,025), followed by PVS, CEO and TNG.

Foreigners net bought on UPCoM for the sixth session in a row, by 1.33 million shares worth VND25.92 billion ($1.1 million).

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