At the end of the session, the demand increased again and helped pull many key stocks to increase, so the indices also extended the green color. In which, VPB increased 3.4%, VRE increased 2.9%, PLX increased 2.9%, MBB increased 2.2%.
At the end of the session, the VN-Index increased 9.8 points (0.8%) to 1,229.55 points. There were 280 gainers, 128 losers and 46 unchanged stocks. The HNX-Index increased by 1.51 points (0.54%) to 282.07 points. There were 133 gainers, 78 losers and 56 unchanged stocks. UPCoM-Index increased by 0.71 points (-0.89%) to 80.12 points.
The total trading volume reached 738.6 million shares, worth 17,820 billion dong, of which the matched value accounted for 16,200 billion dong, the HoSE alone was 14,200 billion dong. Foreign investors net bought about 390 billion dong on HoSE.
Foreign trading on HoSE. Source: FireAnt.
Right from the beginning of the afternoon session, selling pressure increased and caused a series of large-cap stocks to decline, thereby significantly narrowing the rise of the VN-Index. VNM dropped 1.8% to 94,000 dong / share and matched 3.5 million shares. VIC decreased 1.4% to VND 130,200 / share and matched 1 million shares.
Currently, the VN-Index increased only 1.84 points (0.15%) to 1,221.59 points. The HNX-Index increased by 0.59 points (0.21%) to 281.15 points. UPCoM-Index increased 0.54 points (0.68%) to 79.95 points.
Pausing the morning session, the VN-Index increased by 9.02 points (0.74%) to 1,228.77 points. There were 252 gainers, 126 losers and 61 unchanged stocks. The HNX-Index increased by 0.56 points (0.2%) to 281.12 points. There were 107 gainers, 61 losers and 77 unchanged stocks. UPCoM-Index increased 0.53 points (0.67%) to 79.94 points.
Total trading volume reached 464 million shares, worth 10,700 billion VND, of which, matched volume accounted for 9,740 billion VND, only on HoSE was 8,600 billion VND.
Foreign investors net bought more than 270 billion dong on HoSE, in which, codes like VHM, STB, and MSN were bought strongly.
Foreign trading on HoSE. Source: FireAnt.
Many pillar stocks have expanded the upward momentum and contributed to strengthening the green color of in indexes, in which GVR was dragged to the ceiling price of VND 25,000 / share, STB increased 5.2% to VND 24,300 / share, PVS increased 3.6% to VND 20,100 / share.
VRE increased 3.4% to VND 31,650 / share. On April 27, Vincom Retai announced the first quarter consolidated financial statements in accordance with Vietnamese Accounting Standards (VAS). Consolidated net revenue in the first quarter reached VND 2,226 billion, up 32% over the same period in 2020. Consolidated profit after tax reached VND 781 billion, up 58.7% over the same period last year.
The VN-Index increased 8.77 points (0.72%) to 1,228.52 points. The HNX-Index increased by 0.34 points (0.12%) to 280.9 points. UPCoM-Index increased by 0.68 points (0.86%) to 80.09 points.
The upward momentum of the indexes is significantly affected as many large stocks remain submerged in the red, in particular, NVL decreased back 2.3% to VND 118,700 per share, BCM decreased 1.8% to VND 55,000/share, SAB decreased 1.5% to VND 167,200/share, KDC decreased 1.4% to VND 50,500/share.
The VN-Index increased by 4.4 points (0.36%) to 1,224.15 points. The HNX-Index fell 0.13 points (-0.05%) to 280.43 points. UPCoM-Index increased 0.47 points (0.59%) to 79.88 points.
The market opened on April 28 with quite positive developments when many banking codes broke out. After a few minutes of struggling, the market transactions became more prosperous. Currently, STB increased 3.9% to VND 24,050 / share, MBB increased by 3.9% to VND 30,750 / share, VBB increased by 3.8% to VND 13,800 / share, TCB increased by 1.8% to VND 40,200 / share.
Besides, large stocks such as GVR, PLX, VRE … also increased in price and contributed to widening the green color of VN-Index.
Currently, the VN-Index increased 5.1 points (0.42%) to 1,224.85 points. The total trading volume reached 150 million shares, worth VND 2,994 billion. The HNX-Index increased by 0.65 points (0.23%) to 281.21 points. Total trading volume reached 20.2 million shares, worth 366 billion. UPCoM-Index increased 0.52 points (0.65%) to 79.93 points.
Stock market fluctuated in a narrow band on April 28, large-cap stocks fluctuated. However, thanks to the push from some key stocks at the end of the session, VN-Index closed in green.
Foreign investors saw a positive trade when they net bought on all 3 exchanges in the session 28/4. For the whole market, foreign investors net bought 430 billion dong.
According to BIDV Securities (BSC), VN-Index may move in a narrow range next session but the risk of decline is still there.
MB Securities (MBS) believes that with the current domestic and foreign context, the possibility of creating a new upside wave is not clear while the market is likely to continue its narrow sideways cumulative span from 1,200. -1,250 points.
Some notable international information
Closing the session on April 27, Dow Jonws increased, S&P 500 and Nasdaq decreased but not significantly. Dow Jones increased by 3.36 points, or 0.01%, to 33,984.93 points. The S&P 500 dropped 0.9 points, or 0.02%, to 4,186.72 points. Nasdaq fell 48.56 points, or 0.34%, to 14,090.22 points.
Stock markets in Asia – Pacific decreased in session 27/4. The MSCI Asia-Pacific Index excluding Japan rose 0.01%. In Japan, Nikkei 225 decreased by 0.46%, Topix decreased by 0.76%. China market went up with Shanghai Composite up 0.04% and Shenzhen Component up 0.279%. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng decreased by 0.04%. The South Korea’s Kospi decreased by 0.07%. Australia’s ASX 200 decreased by 0.17%.
Closing April 27, Brent and WTI both increased. Brent oil futures rose 77 cents, or 1.2 percent, to $ 66.42 per barrel. WTI oil futures price increased 1.03 USD, or 1.7%, to 62.94 USD / barrel.
Steel prices are rising sharply across markets, from Asia to North America. Iron ore prices have also increased non-stop and are approaching record level. All because demand exceeds supply in the context of market confidence in the global economic recovery.
Source: stockbiz.vn – Translated by fintel.vn