Vietnamese stock market today regained with rose 2.16 points to 386.48 points and HNX-Index regaining 0.05 point to 65.83 points.
The total trading volume on Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) and Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) reached over 33.6 million shares with trading value worth over VND456 378.13 billion, up 9.1 percent in volume and 20.6 percent in value against the previous trading session.
On HoSE, total trading volume reached 17.9 million shares worth over VND299 billion, up 15.6 percent in volume and 29.7 percent in value against the previous trading session.
STB reached the biggest trading volume with 974,000 shares. It ended with a gain of 2.34 percent to VND13,100 per share.
Many other blue-chips also maintained the upward trend till the end of the trading session with a gain of 1-3 percent including HAG, HPG, LCG, SSI and SJS.
ITA closed with a gain of 2.4 percent to VND8,400 per share.
GTT still kept the ceiling price at VND6,300 per share with the third biggest trading volume of over 666,000 shares.
On HNX, there were about 15.7 million shares worth VND157 billion being traded, up 2.6 percent in volume and 6.4 percent in value over the previous trading session.
Many key stocks gained over 1 percent like KLS, VND, BVS, SHB, and VCG.
Of which, KLS reached the biggest trading volume with nearly 2.5 million shares. KLS ended with a gain of 1.02 percent to VND9,900 per share.
APG reached the ceiling price to VND4,600 per share by early the trading session, but hit the floor at the time of closing the trading session.
By the end of the trading session, there were 134 gainers and 78 losers on the southern bourse and the respective figures on the northern bourse were 136 and 84.
Foreign investors on HoSE today continued their 2nd net-buying session with about VND11.7 billion, while they continued their 3rd net-selling session on HNX with VND54 million.
FPT-coded shares today continued to be the brightest star with net-purchased value of over VND13 billion.
With the fresh move, remaining room for foreign investors to buy FPT shares is 4 shares only, or virtually no more room left for them.
It was followed STB, KDC, PAC and HAG with VND5.6 billion, VND2.89 billion, VND1.46 billion and VND1.45 billion respectively.
VIC coded share continued to take the lead in terms of net-selling value with VND9.11 billion, the 18th net-selling session of VIC.
It was followed by DCL, PVF, HPG and KBC with VND1.46 billion, VND1.19 billion, VND1.06 billion and VND1 billion respectively.
On the northern bourse, leading net-purchased stock today continued to be KLS with over VND1.8 billion.
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