On the week of June 22-26, large-cap stocks declined, in which, banking, oil and real estate lost 2.21%, 2.92% and 3.63% respectively. The VN-Index closed the week at 851.98 points, down 16.58 points (-1.91%) compared to the previous week. HNX-Index decreased by 1.91 points (-1.66%) to 113.45 points.
Foreign investors turned to a net selling of nearly 233 billion dong after buying for 2 weeks in a row. Foreign investors bought VND 2,450 billion, down 87% from the previous week. In contrast, this group sold 2,682.6 billion, down 32.4%.
Particularly for HoSE, foreign investors net sold back nearly VND 169 billion after buying VND 14,950 billion last week. VNM topped the list of net sellers with 114.4 billion dong, far ahead of the 2nd ranked stock of DBC with nearly 58 billion dong. On a broader scale, foreign capital has withdrawn VNM shares for 3 consecutive weeks with a total value of over VND 335 billion. BID continued to be net sold over VND 43.6 billion. VRE was sold again with more than VND 41 billion.
On the other side, PLX was net bought about 304 billion dong after 3 weeks. Followed by VFMVN Diamond fund with VND 86.5 billion and most of which came from put-through transactions. VHM was net bought for the 7th consecutive week with a total value of over VND 16,085 billion, of which, agreement value accounted for nearly VND 15,100 billion. KDC was also bought this week for nearly VND 84 billion.
On the HNX, foreign capital inflows continued to net sell 24.6 billion dong, higher than last week’s 7.1 billion dong. Foreign investors have continuously withdrawn capital on the HNX since the end of January to date with a total value of about VND 2,000 billion.
Leading the list of net sellers is CPC with VND8.69 billion. Followed by SHS with 4.92 billion and WCS is 3.25 billion. In general, SHS was sold in the 8th week with a total value of nearly 23.2 billion dong. TIG was sold back 3.24 billion. In contrast, VCS was bought net for the 12th week with a total value of nearly VND 38.6 billion. ACM, NTP were also bought but the value was only VND 850 million and VND 670 million.
At UPCoM, they sold a net of 39.5 billion dong, much lower than 219 billion dong last week. ACV has withdrawn nearly VND 35.8 billion in the last 2 weeks. Following was QNS with 14.37 billion dong and VEA was sold back 9.45 billion dong. Meanwhile, MCH was bought for 13 consecutive weeks with a total value of VND 32.17 billion. BCM and VTP were also net bought quite strongly this week with the value of VND 7 billion and VND 4.6 billion respectively.