Market wrap: VN-Index inches up amid big put-through deals. The VN-Index traded in a narrow range before closing with a small gain at 902.3 (+0.05%). Large-caps witnessed broad differentiation with gains of VNM (+1.4%), VHM (+0.9%), MSN (+1%), HPG (+1%), VPB (+1.3%) and losses of VRE (-2.8%), VCB (-0.7%), CTG (-1.4%) and PLX (-0.6%). Trading value of the HOSE soared to USD169mn, bolstered by put-through transactions of MSN (USD51mn) and VRE (USD26mn).
Market wrap: VN-Index dipped lower at the close. The VN-Index traded in negative territory through most of the day amid weak liquidity. The index closed at the lowest level of the day at 901.89 (-0.75%) as large-caps like VRE (-4.3%), GAS (-1.8%), SAB (-1.9%), VPB (-4.3%) and MSN (-1.5%) declined in the afternoon trading session. Trading value of the HOSE declined by 35% from yesterday to a low level of USD107mn.
Market wrap: VN-Index dropped slightly as stocks were mixed. The VN-Index fluctuated in a narrow range today before closing with a 0.11% drop at 908.7. The HOSE witnessed a broad differentiation with a ratio of 131 gainers, including VIC (+0.5%), VPB (+3.1%), VRE (+1.5%) and BVH (+1.5%) to 143 losers, including VNM (-1.4%), VCB (-0.9%), BID (-0.9%) and VJC (-1%) and CTD (-3.4%). Liquidity rose by 37% from yes]sterday to USD164mn.
Market wrap: VN-Index gained amid lower liquidity. The VN-Index rose by 0.87% today to close at 909.68 as VHM (+3.4%), MSN (+1.7%) and banks, including TCB (+2.5%), VCB (+1.1%), BID (+1.9%) rallied. Liquidity however dropped more than 1% from yesterday to USD120mn. Garment tickers, such as TCM (6.8%), GMC (+6.9%) and TNG (+8.4%) soared the day after the effective day of CPTPP in Vietnam (Jan 14th).
Market wrap: VN-Index remains above 900. The VN-Index trimmed an intra-day loss to close at 901.8 (-0.1%). Declines in GAS (-1.7%), BVH (-2.1%), NVL (-2%) and MBB (-1.3%) weighed on the index, however, gains by VHM (+0.9%), VNM (+0.8%), VRE (+1.5%) and notably TPB (+5.5%) helped to counterbalance those losses. Liquidity of the HSX remained at a low level, down 2% from last Friday’s session to USD122mn.
Market wrap: The VN-Index closed above 900. The VN-Index inched up today by 0.49% to close above 900. VHM (+2.7%), VNM (+1.8%), VJC (+1.7%) and VRE (+1.5%) contributed significantly to the gain of the index. Liquidity increased by 7% from yesterday to reach USD124mn. For the whole week, the VN-Index rose by 2.48% to post the first weekly gain in the last five weeks.
Stocks on the HOSE showed broad differentiation today with a ratio of 128 gainers to 164 losers. Liquidity fell 11% from yesterday to USD115.5mn. However, the VN-Index still posted a 0.15% gain, closing at 898.3 due to rallies in GAS (+1.6%), CTG (+2.7%), MSN (+1.5%), VRE (+1.4%) and HPG (+1%). Oil and Gas tickers also traded mixed as GAS (+1.6%), PLX (+1.7%) gained but PVD (-1%) and PVT (-0.3%) dropped, despite a surge in the Brent oil price last night to over USD60$/bbl.
The VN-Index rose by 1.08% today to 896.99 as most banks rallied, including BID (+3.1%), VCB (+1.5%), TCB (+2.8%), CTG (+2.5%) and MBB (+2.7%). Trading value at the HSX increased by 11.5% from yesterday to USD130mn. Real estate tickers VRE (+5.3%) and DXG (+4.9%) soared. NVL reversed from its floor price at VND53,700 to close with a 1.9% gain. Oil & Gas tickers, including GAS (+1.8%), PVD (+2%) and PVT (+0.9%) kept moving forward, in line with the trend of the price of Brent crude oil.
The VN-Index dropped by 0.25% to close at 887.44, led by NVL (-6.9%), VNM (-0.8%), PLX (-2%), HPG (-1.7%) and BID (-0.9%). Liquidity remains at a low level with a trading value of USD117mn. NVL floored due to net selling pressure of foreign investors (USD1.1mn) following its land conversion issue (please see our comments in yesterday’s ‘Vietnam Today’ for details). Some Oil & Gas tickers, including GAS (+2.3%) and PVD (+3.4%) outperformed the market amid the recent recovery in the Bren
Market wrap: Stocks advance as VNM jumps. The VN-Index rose for a second consecutive trading day on Monday, closing up one percent. Trading value on HOSE was a meager USD114mn. VNM (+4.8%) was the top contributor to the day’s gain after it enjoyed its biggest one-day gain in 11 months. Fellow large caps GAS (+2.1%), BID (+2.4%) and MSN (+2.6%) also boosted the index.