11h07 The uptrend of VN-Index continued to widen, in which, VIC increased by 4.1% to 48,950 dong / share and was the key factor helping the trading on the market to be more prosperous. Besides, VPB increased by 3.5% to 48,850 dong / share, VIB increased by 2.2% to 51,800 dong / share. The VN-Index is currently up 9.95 points (0.81%) to 1,241.61 points. The HNX-Index increased by 0.93 points (0.32%) to 294.72 points.
11h06 PAN increased 1.3% to 30,500 dong / share. Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) announced on April 16 as the listing session of The PAN Group shares (Ticker: PAN). This is the next stock to move to the listing floor according to the call for support of the leaders of the securities industry to “prevent a stroke” for the overloaded HoSE system. 10h35 Some large-cap stocks gained strongly and helped widen the green color of the VN-Index. In which, NVL increased by 3.7% to 93,300 VND / share, VPB increased by 3.3% to 48,750 VND / share, VIB increased by 2.4% to 51,900 VND / share, PNJ increased by 2.1% to 92,200 VND / share. The VN-Index increased by 6.77 points (0.55%) to 1,238.43 points. The HNX-Index decreased by 0.66 points (-0.22%) to 293.13 points. UPCoM-Index increased 0.85 points (1.02%) to 83.86 points.
9:45 am The stock market opened the first session of the week with quite positive movements as the green color dominated and pushed the indices above the reference level. However, the upturn momentum of the indices quickly met with resistance when the supply side increased gradually, pushing a series of large stocks down. In which, codes like HVN, BCM, PVD, GAS, PVS, VIC, FPT … were all in the red. The VN-Index is only up 0.69 points (0.06%) to 1,232.35 points. Total trading volume reached 190 million shares, worth 3,800 billion VND. The HNX-Index decreased by 0.46 points (-0.16%) to 293.33 points. Total trading volume reached 34.5 million shares, worth VND 570 billion. UPCoM-Index increased 0.59 points (0.71%) to 83.6 points. Stock market fluctuated narrowly during the week from April 5 to 9 with strong differentiation in large stocks. The liquidity on both exchanges increased slightly compared to the previous week and continued to be higher than the 20-week average with about 19,700 billion dong per session. Foreign investors saw a sudden net buying of 2,389 billion dong (soaring compared to 69 billion dong of last week) on HoSE, corresponding to a net buying volume of nearly 30 million shares. The remarkable point is that if only in terms of matching transactions, this foreign-exchange capital flow net sold nearly 235 billion dong. Proprietary investors net sold 345 billion VND, decreased nearly 50% compared to the previous week, this was also the 4th net selling week in a row with a total value of 1,300 billion VND.
According to BIDV Securities (BSC), VN-Index may continue to fluctuate in the next trading sessions.
MB Securities (MBS) believes that the first quarter business results as well as the information from the shareholder meeting season will be the driving force for the market to continue in the 5th uptrend in terms of technique.
Some notable international information.
Closing April 9, the Dow Jones, Nasdaq and the S&P 500 all increased. Dow Jones increased 297.03 points, or 0.89%, to 33,800.6 points, surpassing historic peak of 33,527.19 points set on April 5. The S&P 500 rose 31.63 points, or 0.77%, to 4,128.8 points, surpassing the historic peak of 4,097.17 points set on April 8. Nasdaq increased 70.88 points, or 0.51%, to 13,900.19 points. At the end of the week, the Dow Jones rose 1.96%, the S&P 500 rose 2.71% and the Nasdaq rose 3.12%.
Ending session 9/4, Brent oil futures price kept at 62.95 USD / barrel. WTI oil futures fell 0.26 cents, or 0.44 percent, to $ 59.34 per barrel. Closing the week, Brent and WTI oil prices fell 3% and 3.5%, respectively.
Source: stockbiz.vn – Translated by fintel.vn