At the end of the session on May 4, the VN-Index increased by 2.81 points (0.23%) to 1,242.2 points. The HNX-Index lost 4.04 points (-1.43%) to 277.71 points. UPCoM-Index decreased 0.82 points (-1.02%) to 79.82 points.
Foreign investors saw a negative trade when they bought 47.3 million shares, worth 2.016 billion VND, while selling 63.7 million shares, worth 2.720 billion VND. The total net selling volume was at 16.3 million shares, equivalent to a net selling value of 704 billion dong.
On the HoSE, foreign investors boosted their net selling of 693 billion dong (up 79% compared to last week’s session), corresponding to the net selling volume at 15.6 million shares.
HPG was sold the most by foreign investors on HoSE with the value of 358 billion dong. VPB and KBC were net sold at 189 billion and 117 billion dong, respectively. On the other side, STB was bought the most with a value of 93 billion dong. NVL was behind and saw a net buying of 75 billion dong.
On the HNX, foreign investors net sold again to 18.7 billion dong after 5 consecutive net buying sessions, equivalent to a volume of 824,998 shares.
BAX topped the net buying list of foreign investors on the HNX but the value was only 770 million dong. Meanwhile, foreign investors were net sellers on this exchange, mainly in VND with 16.7 billion.
On UPCoM, foreign investors continued to net buy slightly 7.4 billion dong (down 58% compared to the previous session), corresponding to a net buying volume of 108,877 shares.
HPP topped the list of net buying of foreign investors on UPCoM with 6.4 billion dong. ACV and MCM were net bought 6 billion and 3 billion dong, respectively. On the other side, VEA was sold the most with 2 billion dong.
Source: ndh.vn – Translated by fintel.vn