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VN-Index maintains upwards momentum as blue-chips rally

In Uncategorized on June 29, 2010 at 8:48 am

Movement of VN-Index on June 29. (Photo: Vietstock.vn)The VN-Index, a measure of 242 companies and four mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, continued to advance on June 29 as buying demand improved.

The country’s benchmark finished at 510.71 points, gaining 3.43 points, or 0.68 percent. Around 46.6 million shares, worth VND1.26 trillion, changed hands on the city bourse.


112 stocks rose, 93 dropped, and 41 remained unchanged.


Saigon Securities Inc. (SSI) had the most active shares in volume with 1.64 million shares changing hands, followed by PetroVietNam Transportation Corporation (PVT) with 1.35 million shares.


Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) remained in third place with 1.18 million shares.


On June 23, Toan Thinh Phat Architecture Investment Construction Joint Stock Company bought 4 million shares of Sacombank (STB), increasing its holdings to 5,644,340 shares, accounting for 0.84 percent of the bank’s chartered capital.


Viet Nam Golf Tourism Joint Stock Company (VNG) was the biggest gainer on southern market, advancing the daily maximum allowed limit of 5 percent to VND16,800.


Saigon Telecommunication & Technologies Corporation (SGT) closed up 4.93 percent to VND23,400.


Foreign Trade Development and Investment Corporation of Ho Chi Minh City (FDC) climbed 4.9 percent to VND38,500.


1,429,609 additional shares of Foreign Trade Development and Investment Corporation of Ho Chi Minh City (FDC) officially traded on the city bourse on June 29. These shares were issued to pay dividends to current shareholders, according to the company’s announcement on April 16.


Meanwhile, telecommunication cable producer Viet – Han Corporation (VHG) declined 4.9 percent to VND33,000.


Other decliners included Ca Mau Trading Joint Stock Company (CMV), DIC Investment and Trading Joint Stock Company (DIC), and Son Ha International Corporation (SHI).


Hanoi’s HNX-Index slightly rose 0.18 points, or 0.11 percent, to close at 161.33. Trading volume increased by 20 percent to 44.39 million shares, worth VND1.25 trillion.


In contrast, the UPCoM-Index dropped 0.35 points to 47.4, as of 11:15 am local time. A total of 257,193 shares traded at VND4.1 billion.

Source: SGGP

Stocks see small rise as blue-chips tumble

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2010 at 9:42 am

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index added little on April 7 despite decline of most blue-chips as investors showed their optimism about economic outlook.

The index of 216 companies and four mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange finished at 515.82, gaining 0.1 percent, or 0.49 points.


Of the index, 99 stocks advanced, 72 declined, and 49 were flat. Liquidity was rather high with trading volume reaching 51.48 million shares, worth VND$2.11 trillion.


Gainers on the southern bourse were led by the Hanoi-based Vietnam Mechanization Electrification & Construction Joint Stock Company (MCG), and the HCMC-based NBB Investment Corporation (NBB). Both closed up the maximum daily 5 percent allowed limit to VND46,200 and VND84,000 respectively.


Saigon General Service Corporation (SVC), which rose by 4.97 percent to VND40,100, came third, followed by Cuongthuan Investment Corporation (CTI), which climbed up 4.9 percent to VND25,700.


Saigon Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) won the position of the most active stock in volume with 1.77 million shares traded at VND22,300, up 0.45 percent. Phuoc Hoa Rubber Joint Stock Company (PHR) came next with 1.64 million shares, followed by Tan Dai Hung Plastic Joint Stock Company (TPC), which saw 1.33 million shares changing hands.


Phuong Nam Cultural Joint Stock Corporation (PNC) topped the list of losers which included Transforwarding Warehousing Joint Stock Corporation (TMS), Godaco Seafood Joint Stock Company (AGD), and Ngo Han Joint Stock Company (NHW), as its stocks trading down 4.44 percent to VND12,900.


Rising was maintained during the trading sessions on the smaller bourse in the north. Hanoi’s HNX-Index rose by 1.48 points, to close at 168.2. Around 41.2 million shares changed hands at VND1.4 trillion.


The index of the over-the-counter market, UPCoM-Index, also advanced by 0.01 points to finish at 45.94. Around VND5.4 billion was spent on 405,665 shares.

Source: SGGP

Stocks see small rise as blue-chips tumble

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2010 at 9:42 am

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index added little on April 7 despite decline of most blue-chips as investors showed their optimism about economic outlook.

The index of 216 companies and four mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange finished at 515.82, gaining 0.1 percent, or 0.49 points.


Of the index, 99 stocks advanced, 72 declined, and 49 were flat. Liquidity was rather high with trading volume reaching 51.48 million shares, worth VND$2.11 trillion.


Gainers on the southern bourse were led by the Hanoi-based Vietnam Mechanization Electrification & Construction Joint Stock Company (MCG), and the HCMC-based NBB Investment Corporation (NBB). Both closed up the maximum daily 5 percent allowed limit to VND46,200 and VND84,000 respectively.


Saigon General Service Corporation (SVC), which rose by 4.97 percent to VND40,100, came third, followed by Cuongthuan Investment Corporation (CTI), which climbed up 4.9 percent to VND25,700.


Saigon Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) won the position of the most active stock in volume with 1.77 million shares traded at VND22,300, up 0.45 percent. Phuoc Hoa Rubber Joint Stock Company (PHR) came next with 1.64 million shares, followed by Tan Dai Hung Plastic Joint Stock Company (TPC), which saw 1.33 million shares changing hands.


Phuong Nam Cultural Joint Stock Corporation (PNC) topped the list of losers which included Transforwarding Warehousing Joint Stock Corporation (TMS), Godaco Seafood Joint Stock Company (AGD), and Ngo Han Joint Stock Company (NHW), as its stocks trading down 4.44 percent to VND12,900.


Rising was maintained during the trading sessions on the smaller bourse in the north. Hanoi’s HNX-Index rose by 1.48 points, to close at 168.2. Around 41.2 million shares changed hands at VND1.4 trillion.


The index of the over-the-counter market, UPCoM-Index, also advanced by 0.01 points to finish at 45.94. Around VND5.4 billion was spent on 405,665 shares.

Source: SGGP

VN-Index sees small rise as most blue-chips slump

In Uncategorized on March 24, 2010 at 6:22 am

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index on March 15 rose slightly while most blue-chips declined due to investors’ caution.

The shares of 211 companies and four close-ended funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, gained 0.35 points, or 0.06 percent, to finish at 531.86. Around 56.56 million shares, worth VND2.35 trillion changed hands.


Among the index members, 114 shares advanced, 64 fell, and 37 were unchanged.


Saigon Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB), which lost 0.42 percent to VND23,800, was the most active stock in volume as 2.83 million shares were traded on the city bourse.


The HCM City-based Tan Tao Industrial and Investment Corp. (ITA) came next with more than 2.75 million shares changing hands, followed by Vietnam Export Import Commercial Joint Stock Bank (EIB), the only banking share that advanced today, with more than 1.64 million shares traded.


Gainers on the southern market were led by the city-based Transforwarding Warehousing Joint Stock Corporation (TMS); seafood producer Vinh Hoan Corp. (VHC), located in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap; the Ba Ria – Vung Tau-based Viet Nam Golf Tourism Joint Stock Company (VNG); and the Dat Xanh Real Estate Service & Construction Corporation (DXG).


They all added up the maximum daily allowed limit of 5 percent to VND33,600, VND46,200, VND10,500, and VND73,500 respectively.


The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange also gave the go-ahead to Vinh Hoan Corp. to list an additional 5,328,000 shares, worth VND53.28 billion.


An Phu Irradiation Joint Stock Company (APC) and wire producer Ngo Han Joint Stock Company (NHW) topped the list of losers. Both gave up 4.85 percent to VND31,400 and VND21,600.


Next were Godaco Seafood Joint Stock Company (AGD) and Ha Tien Transport Joint Stock Company (HTV).


Meanwhile, the smaller bourse in the north failed to maintain the rising trend as the HNX-Index fell 0.13 points, or 0.07 percent, to close at 173.32.


Trading volume reached more than 35.85 million shares, worth VND1.2 trillion.


The UPCoM-Index rose 0.01 points, or 0.02 percent, to finish at 43.12. A total of 121,759 shares were traded at VND1.4 billion.





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